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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

South Sudan Medical Journal - November 2019

South Sudan Medical Journal

The November 2019 issue is now online here and includes items on Diabetes management, FGM and perineal injuries, Nutrition surveys, Gestational choriocarcinoma, Laryngeal trauma, Tympanic membrane perforation, Acute malnutrition and Overuse of antibiotics.  See details below.

Please send us your feedback on this issue, submit your manuscripts (which we can help you prepare), encourage colleagues to join the mailing list here, follow us on twitter @SSMedJournal and our Facebook Group, and find previous SSMJ articles at African Journals Online (AJOL) and the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).

  • Bringing diabetes mellitus into focus on World Diabetes Day Edward Eremugo Kenyi
  • The effect of Female Genital Mutilation on perineal injuries among women in labour in Dodoma Region, Tanzania Janeth Dickson Sichone, Athanase Lilungulu, Secilia K. Ngwashemi and Agatha Ngowi
  • Analysis of trends in SMART Nutrition Survey data from South Sudan between 2004 and 2016 Ciara Hogan, Kate Golden, Regine Kopplow and Elaine Ferguson
  • Pattern and causes of tympanic membrane perforation at a private hospital in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Zephania Saitabau Abraham, Aveline Aloyce Kahinga, Kassim Babu Mapondella, Enica Richard Massawe, Emmanuel Ole Lengine and Daudi Ntunaguzi
  • Nurses’ knowledge of the management of diabetic patients at Juba Teaching Hospital Abuk Mayen Deng, Lucia Buyanza and Fekadu M. Alemu
  • Abstracts from the Juba College of Nursing and Midwifery: Management of 3rd stage of labour Deborah Akon Akech; Danger signs of obstetric complications Kiden Harriet Oliver
  • Gestational choriocarcinoma at Juba Medical Complex and Juba Teaching Hospital: five case reports Kizza Paul, Kuma Chuol Biel, Anthony Lupai, Changkel Banak, Mirghany Abdallah and Paula Nuer
  • Laryngeal trauma at Juba Teaching Hospital, South Sudan Justin Rubena Lumaya, Jino David and Natali Tong
  • South Sudanese recipients of grants from the Gordon Memorial College Trust Fund (GMCTF) in 2019
  • Continuum of care for acute malnutrition in South Sudan
  • Public health resources

Kind regards
The SSMJ team

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