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(The Nigerian postgraduate medical journal)
1,212 results
  • The Nigeria national health insurance authority act and its implications towards achieving universal health coverage. [Review]
    Niger Postgrad Med J. 2022 Oct-Dec; 29(4):281-287.Ipinnimo TM, Durowade KA, … Akande TM
  • The National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) faced several inherent and systemic drawbacks towards achieving universal health coverage for all Nigerians, and this has led to the signing of the new National Health Insurance Authority Act (NHIA), 2022. This article highlights the benefits of NHIA, discusses the possible challenges and the way forward in its implementation. A narrative review of past…
  • Cochlear implantations in Jordan: Retrospective analysis of post-operative complications. [Journal Article]
    Niger Postgrad Med J. 2022 Jul-Sep; 29(3):244-248.AlKhtoum N, AlTamimi S, … AlKrymeen M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cochlear implantation is considered to be a reliable and safe surgical procedure for the rehabilitation of deaf patients. Complications can be avoided by proper patient preparation, appropriate incision and flap design, rigorous surgical techniques and periodic post-operative follow-up to detect and manage any complications early.
  • Nigeria in the COVID era: Health system strengthening for national security and prosperity. [Journal Article]
    Niger Postgrad Med J. 2022 Jul-Sep; 29(3):192-197.Odusanya OO
  • The coronavirus disease-19 pandemic has spread to all parts of the world. As of 20 May 2022, over 500 million confirmed cases have occurred with over 6 million deaths. In Nigeria, over 255,000 cases have occurred with more than 3000 deaths. The pandemic has adversely affected virtually all aspects of human endeavour, with a severe impact on the health system. The Nigerian health system was ill pr…
  • Strengthening the oral health system in Nigeria: A health systems building block approach. [Review]
    Niger Postgrad Med J. 2022 Jul-Sep; 29(3):173-182.Amedari MI, Ogunbodede EO, … Amedari IK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Strengthening the oral health system in Nigeria requires urgent attention on each building block and cross-cutting interventions across the system's building blocks. The role of the community will need to be recognised because it is vital in sustaining any organisational change.
  • Pattern and prevalence of dental anomalies among a paediatric population in Lagos, Nigeria. [Journal Article]
    Niger Postgrad Med J. 2022 Apr-Jun; 29(2):167-172.Olatosi OO, Oyapero A, … Obe OI
  • CONCLUSIONS: Dental anomalies' prevalence in this study was 17.52%, with a higher occurrence of anomalies in the maxilla. Hypoplasia was the most prevalent anomaly, after which was retained primary tooth, then hypodontia. Prompt diagnosis and preventive interventions are crucial for the appropriate management of these dental anomalies.
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