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Compliance to expanded program of immunization among children of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program of immunization among children of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program beneficiaries in selected urban communities in Iloilo City.

HERDIN record number :
6097-19082410212378
Author(s) :
Lynette Alcala, Jerusha Comuelo, Celina Gellada, Joselito Villaruz
Source Document :
WVSU (West Visayas State University) Journal of Medical Studies. January 2019; Vol. IV ( 1 ) : p. 9-19 (Journal)
Abstract :
Background: The Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps), the Philippine's version of Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT), was implemented to address the pressing issues of poverty in the country though provision of cash benefits to foster investment in human capital (nutrition, health, and educatio . . .
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West Visayas State University
West Visayas State University
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Neglected fourth degree perineal laceration with achievement of good continence after sphincteroplasty-A case report.

HERDIN record number :
6097-19082815353279
Author(s) :
Bryan  Evangelista, Jose Nemesio Granada
Source Document :
WVSU (West Visayas State University) Journal of Medical Studies. January 2019; Vol. IV ( 1 ) : p. 46-50 (Journal)
Abstract :
A case of a 52 year-old female who was admitted due to neglected 4th degree perineal laceration of 7 years duration due to an obstetrical trauma is reported. Patient presented with severe incontinence preoperatively as graded from the Cleveland Clinic Incontinence Score. Sphincteroplasty was done . . .
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West Visayas State University
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Unang yakap program: knowledge, attitudes, and practices among rural health workers in the Province of Guimaras.

HERDIN record number :
6097-19082711495017
Author(s) :
Ralph Ryan Basmayor, Arnel Batayola, Maria Dolores Co, Twyla Joy Dela Cruz, Theodor Luntao, Cyril Franz Magbanua, Reulyssa Peralta, Sahara Pestijo Salvador, Aenizylle Lara Salvilla
Source Document :
WVSU (West Visayas State University) Journal of Medical Studies. January 2019; Vol. IV ( 1 ) : p. 32-45 (Journal)
Abstract :
Background: A major cause of infant and maternal mortality in the country has been observed to be due to inadequacies in childbirth and newborn care services. In response, the Department of Health (DOH) launched the Unang Yakap Program (Essential Newborn Care Protocol) in 2009. An evaluation of k . . .
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West Visayas State University
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Profiles of heavy metals (cadmium and lead) in five herbal supplements used in Iloilo City.

HERDIN record number :
6097-19082711173320
Author(s) :
Peterson Chang, Sheena Grace  Clarito, Jhon Philip Fuego, Charles Jebb Juanitas, Lourdes Galacan, Eldridge Lyndon Lustica, Tracy Roz Mallorca
Source Document :
WVSU (West Visayas State University) Journal of Medical Studies. January 2019; Vol. IV ( 1 ) : p. 20-31 (Journal)
Abstract :
Background: Studies have shown an increased consumption of herbal supplements in the country due to the inability to afford conventional medications and the avoidance of their perceived side-effects. However, due to current lack of information in the processing, monitoring, and distribution, issu . . .
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West Visayas State University
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Diagnostic utility of urine gram stain versus urinalysis in asymptomatic bacteriuria among pregnant patients.

HERDIN record number :
6097-19082316421333
Author(s) :
Ramela Contrevida, Gertrude Emilie Gelito, Eileen Granada, Geraldine Gubatina, Suzanne Lucero, Marie Faith Villaruz
Source Document :
WVSU (West Visayas State University) Journal of Medical Studies. January 2019; Vol. IV ( 1 ) : p. 1-8 (Journal)
Abstract :
Background: Urine culture remains to be the gold standard in the diagnosis of asymptomatic bacteriuria (ASB) during pregnancy but its use is limited because it is not cost beneficial. In low resource settings, urine Gram stain and urinalysis maybe utilized as alternative to urine culture. . . .
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