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April – June 2018| Vol 2| Issue 2

ISSN: 2635-3946, eISSN: 2636-6304

Medical Education

Is discrimination against older patients in the context of scarce health care resources ethically justifiable?

It has been argued that due to the finite nature of health care resources and a perceived intergenerational competition for the constrained health resources between the young and elderly 

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Is there a moral obligation to respect an advance directive refusing life-prolonging treatment?

Occasionally, individuals can predetermine their future life affairs. One of such ways is by giving an advance directive to refuse a life prolonging treatment in case an individual becomes incompetent to take decision

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There is no justification for health professionals to tell lies to their patients: Truth-telling in the healthcare profession

Even when lies are being notoriously used by people in ordinary daily transactions, there will be untoward consequences on the health system if healthcare professionals tell lies to their patients….

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Original Article

The Impact of Anaesthetic Techniques on Blood Loss during Caesarean Section in a Tertiary Hospital in Abuja, Nigeria: A Randomized Prospective Study

Introduction: Caesarean section (CS), as a mode of delivery, is currently on the increase worldwide even for non-medical reasons.

Prevalence of genital chlamydia trachomatis infection in females of reproductive age in a tertiary health centre in Nigeria

Introduction: Chlamydia trachomatis infection is one of the commonest sexually transmitted infections that cause pelvic inflammatory disease.

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Case Report

Olanzapine-induced peripheral oedema: A case report of an unusual antipsychotic adverse effect

Background: Atypical antipsychotics have been associated with pedal oedema. It is not yet certain the exact cause of this side effect which can

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  1. Chiedozie Achonwa 1 year ago

    Good job

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