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The Nigerian Journal of Paediatrics a quarterly journal publishes original articles, brief reports on clinical and laboratory observations; case reports of substantive value; invited editorial annotations; invited papers on recent electronic clinical briefs, advances, clinical diagnosis, announcements (meetings, courses, job advertisements); summary reports of conferences and book reviews.

Other websites associated with this journal: http://njpaediatrics.com/


Vol 44, No 3 (2017)

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Articles

Relationship between dietary habits and nutritional status among adolescents in Abuja municipal area council of Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AT Otuneye, PA Ahmed, AA Abdulkarim, OO Aluko, DR Shatima 128-135
Seroprevalence of hepatitis B Surface antigen among apparently healthy primary school pupils in Batagarawa Local Government area of Katsina State, Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B Habibu, R Belonwu, M Ibrahim 136-139
Hepatitis c virus antibodies in mother-infant blood pair in Zaria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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HM Mukhtar, F Abdullahi, AM Yakubu 140-145
Evaluation of parental perception of childhood urinary tract infection in Ondo, Southwestern Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MT Abiodun, RO Oluwafemi 146-151
Serum vitamin A levels among malnourished children aged 6 - 59 months in Zaria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SM Abdullahi, AM Yakubu, MA Bugaje, SM Akuyam 152-156
Backpack use and associated problems among primary school children in Nigeria: a call to action by stakeholders EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OS Olatunya, AO Isinkaye, OT Agaja, E Omoniyi, KS Oluwadiya 157-162
Risk factors, pre-presentation management and clinical state of children with diarrhoea presenting in a community cottage hospital EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EE Ekanem, AO Fajola, CN Umejiego, GO Ikeagwu, TE Anidima 163-167
Assessment of Paediatric resident doctors’ knowledge of metered dose inhaler (MDI) device technique and use EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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CI Ndukwu, JC Elo-Ilo, C Mbachu, A Ayuk, N Ugwu, S Ngonadi 168-172


ISSN: 0302-4660
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