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African Journal of Biomedical Research

The African Journal of biomedical Research was founded in 1998 as a joint project between a private communications outfit (Laytal Communications) and members of the Ivory tower. Later, the need to expand the horizon of the journal led to the formation of a group (Biomedical Communications Group, Ibadan, Nigeria) which is aimed at being registered in future as a non-governmental organization involved in the promotion of scientific proceedings and publications in developing countries.

The journal is conceived as an academic and professional journal covering all fields within the Biomedical Sciences including the allied health fields. Articles from the Physical Sciences and humanities related to the Medical Sciences will also be considered. The African Journal of Biomedical Research publishes full-length papers, review articles intended to throw light on recent advances in areas within its scope, short communications, rapid communications and mini-reviews. The journal will also carry news on conferences, workshops and products. The guiding principle shall be consistency.

One of the dual roles of the African Journal of Biomedical Research is to serve as a conduit for academic and professional media, covering all research findings within the biomedical sciences including the allied health fields. The other role is to put to test the alliance between the private non-governmental sector and members of  an African academic community in their quest to propagate knowledge. Furthermore, the journal will make significant and regular contribution to the South-North flow of information, which hitherto has been slow.

African Journal of Biomedical Research (ISSN 1119-5096) is published in January, May and September by the Biomedical Communications Group, Ibadan, Nigeria. The journal is published on a page sponsorship basis (Three issues per volume).

Other websites related to this journal include: ttp://www.bioline.org.br and www.ajbrui.net


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Vol 18, No 1 (2015)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Quality of Life of Nigerian Stroke Survivors and Its Determinants EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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UM Badaru, OO Ogwumike, AF Adeniyi 1-5
Knowledge and Use of Oral Rehydration Therapy among Mothers of under-five children in a Military Barrack in Ibadan, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MO Agbolade, IO Dipeolu, AJ Ajuwon 7-15
Changes in Plasmodium Falciparum Population Dynamics in Two Populations at Different Time Periods in Ibadan, South-west Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OK Amodu, SA Olaniyan, OO Omotade 17-22
Obesity and Hypertension amongst Traders in Ijebu Ode, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CA Oladoyinbo, NN Ekerette, TI Ogunubi 23-27
Nigerian Dental Students’ Assessment of their Clinical Learning EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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BO Popoola, OO Denloye 29-35
The Health Problems, Gastrointestinal and Blood Parasites Commonly Associated With Donkeys in the Upper East Region of Ghana EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Atawalna, BO Emikpe, EK Sallah, W Shaibu, RD Folitse 37-41
Therapeutic Efficacy Of Cotecxin(R) alone and Its Combination with Diminazene aceturate (Berenil(B)) in the Treatment of Experimental Trypanosoma brucei brucei Infection of Rats EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TN Egbe-Nwiyi, C Yakubu 43-47
Mathematical Modeling of Sickle Cell Anaemia in Nigeria with Cartesian Product of Sets and Relations EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SH Tsok, IB Meshelia, RD Datiri 49-54
Beneficial Effects of Leaf Extracts of Lycoperscon esculentum on Wound Healing in Rats EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EI Zamide, RS Ajani, OO Oladapo 55-60
Changes in Biochemical Markers of Kidney Function and Antioxidant Status of Diabetic Rats treated with Aqueous Leaf Extracts of Ficus exasperata (Vahl) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AB Enogieru, OI Momodu, SI Omoruyi, FAE Om'iniabohs 61-67


African Journal of Biomedical Research. ISSN: 1119-5096