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The Prevalence and Causes of Maternal Mortality in Federal Teaching Hospital

The Prevalence of Urinary Tract Infection among Pregnant Women Who Attended Antenatal Clinic at Federal Teaching Hospital

Family Case Study Cholera Disease Patient

Domestic Approach towards Convulsion among Mothers with One or More Children in Ngbo of Ohuakwu Local Government Area of Ebonyi State Read More »

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Maternal Mortality – Prevalence and Causes

The Prevalence and Causes of Maternal Mortality in Federal Teaching Hospital

 

ABSTRACT

This research surveyed the prevalence and causes of maternal mortality among patient managed at the maternity unit of Federal Teaching Hospital. Maternal mortality in sub-saharan African has remained high and this is a relation of the poor quality of maternal services. A retrospective research designed was the review of the all maternal death related to pregnancy over a 4 year period that is January 2005 to December 2009. Relevant information on number of deaths, booking status, age, parity, educational level of women, mode of delivery and causes of death were extracted and analyzed using tables, frequencies and percentages. The result show that of six thousand, four hundred and forty six samples studied and 146 deaths was recorded. Majority of women were within the age of 36-40 and 26-30 in age distribution table. The progress decline in maternal mortality corresponded with the time that free maternal services where introduced. Hemorrhage was the most important causes of maternal death, accounting for 23% indirect cause and 26% direct cause where as obstructed labour, ruptured uterine, unsafe abortion, hypertensive disorder, malaria, anemia, sepsis and other pregnancy or delivery related causes were the least important causes of maternal deaths. Majority of the maternal death occurred in unbooked patients (82.4%) where as 17.6% of the maternal deaths occurred in booked cases. There was a decline in mmR during the period study of the free was maternal health services and adequate staff recruitment, which may have contributed to the observed decline in maternal mortality. The researcher therefore recommends increased public health awareness on the affect of this maternal mortality as well as the need for early detectation and prevention of this problem. Read More »

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Urinary Tract Infection Prevalence among Pregnant Women

The Prevalence of Urinary Tract Infection among Pregnant Women Who Attended Antenatal Clinic at Federal Teaching Hospital

ABSTRACT

The objective of this research was  to determine the prevalence of urinary tract infection among pregnant women who attended antenatal clinic at Federal Teaching Hospital. To achieve this, a descriptive research design was used and the study was a retrospective study of pregnant women that attended antenatal clinic at federal teaching hospital . The study was carried out to ascertain the causes of urinary tract infection, the prevalence of urinary tract infection and to determine the treatment method used in management of urinary tract infection at federal teaching hospital. 38 cases of federal teaching hospital out of 270 pregnant women were elicited from patients folders and studied. A checklist was constructed in two sections to acquire the relevant information needed for the study. The causes of federal teaching hospital were poor personal hygiene, socio-economic status (income and finance) and frequent sexual intercourse. A prevalence of 14.1% and a ratio of 1:7 in 38 cases of federal teaching hospital for 5years were observed. Treatment modalities were urinary antiseptics and personal hygiene education. Nurses should intensify the mother craft given to pregnant women with much emphasis on personal hygiene to prevent federal teaching hospital in pregnancy. Read More »

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Motherless Babies’ Web Based Management System

Web Based Motherless Babies’ Management System

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1 Background of the Study

All over the world, the tears of millions of children who cry out for people they can call their parents, and the tears of childless families are wiped away by the hands of child adoption. Every child is a gift from nature, but not every family has the gift of child bearing, and not all those that can give birth are able or willing to nurture their children to adulthood. The need for an effective evaluation system care service has become inevitable for any social service related sector and will be able to take challenges coming from the dynamic nature of information technology. To decrease these challenges in the social service sector where paper work and waiting lines are increasing, it demand steam work of all social service personnel to help the min immeasurable ways. Record keeping is the principal repository for information concerning motherless babies home. It affects, in some way, virtually everyone associated with providing, receiving, or reimbursing social care services. Despite many technological advances in social service centers over the past few decades, the typical orphan record of today is remarkably similar to the orphan record of 50 years ago Kendall, (2008). Read More »

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In Vitro Screening Of Herbicides Against Tomato Rhizosphere Fungi

In Vitro Screening Of Three Herbicides Against Rhizosphere Fungi From Tomato (Lycopersicon  Esculentum) Seedlings in Ebonyi State University

ABSTRACT

In Vitro screening of three herbicides against rhizosphere fungi isolated from Tomato (Lycopersion esculentum) seedlings was carried out. The three herbicides screened were Paraquat, Glyphosate and Artrazine. The isolated rhizosphere fungi were Rhizopus, stolonifer, Trichoderma lignorum, Aspergillus niger, Sclerotium rotfsii, Penicillium oxalicum, Alternaria alternata, Fusarium solani and Rhizoctoria solani. Five different concentrations of each herbicide were employed for the treatment of each fungal isolates. Results showed that all the three herbicides were effective in inhibiting all the fungal mycelial growth. There was no significant different in the fungal mycelial growth inhibition among the three herbicides screened. However, percentage inhibition of each fungal mycelial growth increased with increase in the concentration of each herbicide. The implication of herbicide application on our agricultural crops is discussed. Read More »

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Inhibitory Effect of Nauclea Latifolia On Multi-Drug Resistant Bacteria

Inhibitory Effect of Nauclea Latifolia On Multi-Drug Resistant Bacteria

 

ABSTRACT

The antimicrobial activity of N. latifolia was tested using agar well diffusion technique. The active ingredient was extracted using cold water. The N. latifolia leaf extract inhibited the growth of the bacteria isolate showing inhibition zone diameter ranging from 1-3mm. The leaf extract was more effective against E. coli than S. aureus. The inhibition zone diameter produced by the leaf extract of N. latifolia against the multiple antibiotic resistant bacteria isolates shows that it can be a better and safer option than conventional antibiotics. Read More »

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Geological, Geotectnical /Geochemical Analysis of Baked Shale

Geological, Geotectnical /Geochemical Analysis of Baked Shale of Uburu-Amachi and Environs Used as Aggregates for Construction Purposes

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The present study centres on the assessment of geological and geochemical characteristics of baked shale of Uburu-Amachi and its environs for use as aggregates for construction purposes. The unit encountered are indurated gray shale, indurated brown shale and shally siltstone. They belongs to the sediment of Asu River Group which is Albian in age. The  area is characterized by rapid facies changes. The strike direction of the outcrop is northeast to southeast, dip direction of southeast and average dip amount of 420 .Lamination, fissility, mudcracks  and nodules are the common sedimentary structures found in the study area. Shale of the study area have interbeds of clay and mudstone. As a result of weathering, the clay interbeds were washed, transported and deposited separately. From the series of analysis conducted in the shale samples collected from the study area, such as petrographic analysis, geochemical analysis, slake durability index test and natural moisture content, the baked shale proves to be fairly useful as construction materials both as sub grade, that is in-situ and as aggregates. The dominant nature of quartz minerals in the study area as observed in most of the locations where samples are collected and proved that the shale rock is fairly good for construction purposes. The predominant minerals in the shale rock samples collected at the study areas ranges from quartz, biotite, opaque minerals, hornblende, accessory minerals, plagioclase and traces of other minerals. From the result of geochemical analysis conducted on the shale, the following oxides were observed, Al2O3,SiO2, k2O CaO, TiO2, Fe2O3, Ag2O, with SiOhaving the highest concentration in all the locations with value of about 50%  which also indicate the fairly good nature of the shale rock if used as construction material. The physical and chemical properties of shale rock if crushed to aggregates like natural moisture content (0.591%), slake durability index (95.4%). Petrographic analysis which indicates quartz mineral content of about 50% in average and geochemical analysis with silica (SiO2) content of about 51% in average indicates that the shale rock of the study area will produce a potential aggregate for engineering projects. There is generally, poor surface and sub-surface water supply in the studied area due to the low permeability and porosity of the shale rock underlying the area. Read More »

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Family Case Study Cholera Disease Patient

Family Case Study Cholera Disease Patient

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

This is a family case study of Miss A.G, a 10 year old pupil of Divine Grace primary School Izzi, living with her parents at No 3 Ukpo street Izzi, Izzi local government area of Ebonyi State. My first contact with the family was on 28th February 2015 when Miss A.G reported at the outpatient clinic of Nwaezenyi comprehensive health centre, Izzi Ebonyi State accompanied by mother and father with the complaint of frequent watery diarrhea and vomiting, malaise, dryness of skin and mucus membrane and fever that has lasted for 4 days.

After obtaining the history from the client’s relative, initial physical assessment and vital signs were also carried out. She was taken to the medical officer on duty who after examination referred her to the laboratory for further investigations, after  which the diagnosis of cholera was made. Read More »

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Oxidative Stress Indices of Clarias Gariepinus from Ikwo-Ihie River

Evaluation of Oxidative Stress Indices of Clarias Gariepinus from Ikwo-Ihie River in Ishiagu Ivo Local Government Area, Ebonyi State

ABSTRACT

This study was designed to evaluate the Oxidative Stress Indices of Clarias gariepinus from Ikwo-Ihie River in Ishiagu, Ivo L.G. A of Ebonyi State. The fish sample (7) were collected from different location of Ikwo-Ihie River and was kept alive for 24hours to minimize stress. The analysis were carried out using standard method. The results of this study revealed that there were significant (P˂0.05) increase in the level of Catalase (CAT), Glutathione peroxidase (GSH-px) and Malondialdehyde (MDA) in fresh fish (clarias gariepinus) from Ikwo-Ihie River when compare with the previous research work on these parameters. The results also shows significant (P˂0.05) decrease in Superoxide dismutase (SOD) and Glutathione (GSH) levels when compare to other studies. The changes observed in these biochemical parameters showed that the fish were relatively under stress in their natural habitat (Ikwo-Ihie River), which may be associated with contamination in the water environment.while further studies are desired to determine the causes of altered biochemical parameters, proper water management is recommended.  

CHAPTER ONE

  INTRODUCTION

Over the past few decades, heavy metal contamination of aquatic system has attracted the attention of several investigators both in the developed and developing countries of the world. Many industrial and agricultural processes have contributed to the contamination of fresh water systems thereby causing adverse effects on aquatic biota and human health (Booth et al., 2010). The fact that heavy metals cannot be destroyed through biological degradation and have the ability to accumulate in the environment make these toxicants deleterious to the aquatic environment and consequently to humans who depend on aquatic products as sources of food. Heavy metals can accumulate in the tissues of aquatic animals and as such tissue concentrations of heavy metals can be of public health concern to both animals and humans (Kono and Fridovich, 1982).

Many Rivers in Nigeria have been reported to be polluted principally due to the discharge of untreated wastes into rivers by many industries. For instance heavy metals like copper, chromium; iron, zinc, cadmium, lead and mercury were found to contaminate the Kaduna River in Nigeria because local textiles, breweries and refineries discharge their untreated waste products into the river (Oyedemi et al., 2010). Furthermore Alinnor (Oyedemi et al., 2010) recently reported that Aba River is polluted due to discharge of wastes from five different industries located close to it. However, Ikwo-Ihie River in Ivo L. G. A Ebonyi State has received little attention in this respect and no published data exist so far.    

Environmental pollutants present in the aquatic environment have the potential to cause toxic effects in aquatic organisms through free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS). ROS are derived from oxygen and capable of attacking biological macromolecules such as membrane lipids, proteins and DNA. There exists a balance between production and destruction of ROS in cells provided by their antioxidant defense systems, and toxicity of ROS is eliminated by the non enzymatic components of this system as a result of exposure to environmental stressors, ROS can overcome antioxidant defense and excessive production of ROS, damaging cell components and tissues, which is called oxidative stress and lead to adverse health effects and diseases (Velkova-Jordanoska et al., 2008). Therefore, assays of antioxidant defense and oxidative damage parameters are used as biomarkers of oxidative stress for evaluation of environmental stressor indices in clarias gariepinus. In addition to the antioxidant defense system parameters, one of the most frequently used hallmarks of oxidative stress in damaging of membrane phospholipids which lead to formation of secondary lipid peroxidation product malondialdehyde (MDA) (Ahmad et al., 2000).

Fish are largely being used for the assessment of the quality of aquatic environment and as such can serve as bioindicators of environmental pollution . Heavy metals accumulated in the tissues of fish may catalyze reactions that generate reactive oxygen species (ROS) which may lead to environmental oxidative stress. Defensive mechanisms to counteract the impact of ROS are found in many mammalian species including aquatic animals such as fish. These systems include various antioxidant defense enzymes such as superoxide dismutases which catalyze the dismutation of superoxide radical to hydrogen peroxide, catalase acting on hydrogen peroxide, glutathione S-transferase family possessing detoxifying activities towards lipid hydroperoxides generated by organic pollutants such as heavy metals (Yildirim and Asma, 2010)

African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) is of great commercial importance because it is the most common fresh water fish widely consumed in Nigeria (Osioma et al., 2013). It can therefore be a good model to study responses to various environmental contaminants.

 1.1  AIM:

To evaluate the biological effects of aquatic environment on fish from fresh water.

 

1.2  OBJECTIVES:

 To determine the oxidative stress indices of fresh fish (clarias gariepinus) from Ikwo-Ihie River in Ishiagu, Ivo L. G. A of Ebonyi State.

 

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NIGERIAN POLICE ACADEMY PAST QUESTIONS

NIGERIAN POLICE ACADEMY

WUDIL, KANO

ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR THE

FIRST INTAKE OF

THE DEGREE PROGRAMME

NIGERIA POLICE ACADEMY, WUDIL

WRITTEN ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR FIRST COURSE OF

THE DEGREE PROGRAMME

Time: 3 hours

General instructions

  1. Read the following instructions carefully before answering the questions.
  2. Write your Name, Exam Number, State of Origin, Exam Centre.

Faculty, Course and Subjects of your choice on the Answer Sheet. given to you.

  1. Use the Answer Sheet to answer all questions.
  2. The total time allocated for this examination is 3 hours

PART ONE – CHOICE OF SUBJECTS

  1. All candidates MUST answer the questions in Part One
  2. Candidates for Humanities, Law and Social and Management Sciences: Candidates for Humanities, Law and Social and Management Sciences are to answer all questions in any THREE of the following subjects which must include the candiadte’s chosen course of study:
  • Mathematics –  Economics
  • Geography –  History
  • Government –  Commerce
  • Principles of Accounts –  French
  • History
  1. Candidates for Sciences: Candidates for Sciences are to answer all questions in any THREE of the following subjects which must include the candidate’s chosen course of study.
  • Mathematics –  Biology
  • Chemistry –  Physis

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