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At Macedonia Specialist Hospital we guarantee best services at competitive price. Our aim is to serve without distressing your pocket, discounted antenatal packages available for laboratory investigations of pregnant patients.

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Macedonia Specialist hospital is looking forward to the near future when laparoscopic surgery would be routinely performed after acquiring its laparoscopic tower/equipment. Presently, hospital staff performs laparoscopic surgery in partnership with a friendly center already having the equipment.

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Why Nigerian health workers are vulnerable during disease outbreaks – Health Minister

Why Nigerian health workers are vulnerable during disease outbreaks  – Health Minister

Isaac Folorunso Adewole is the Minister of Health in the cabinet of President Muhammadu Buhari. He is a former vice chancellor of the University of Ibadan and President of the African Organisation for Research and Training in Cancer. In this interview Mr. Adewole speaks on outbreak of Lassa fever among other diseases, routine immunisation and other challenges facing the Nigerian health sector. INTERVIEW SESSION:…

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UNICEF revs up efforts to save over 17m Nigerian children from stunting

UNICEF revs up efforts to save over 17m Nigerian children from stunting

To further secure the future of the nation in all ramifications, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), has iterated the need for all stakeholders to synergize on the rising toll of stunting on Nigerian children below five years. The UNICEF Nutrition Specialist, Akure Office, Mrs Ada Ezeogu, said this yesterday at the opening of a 2-day “Media dialogue on child…

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302,096 tuberculosis cases undetected in Nigeria – NTBLCP

302,096 tuberculosis cases undetected in Nigeria – NTBLCP

ABUJA – About 302, 096 out of 407, 000 cases of tuberculosis, TB, went undetected in 2017, the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Control Programme (NTBLCP) has revealed. Addressing newsmen in Abuja on Thursday ahead of the 2017 World TB Day, National Coordinator of NTBLCP, Adebola Lawanson, said, “the 2017 WHO Global TB report revealed that Nigeria is among the ten countries that…

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Nigeria gets WHO-prequalification for lab test kits

Nigeria gets WHO-prequalification for lab test kits

*NIMR joins list of ten centres that can conduct independent performance evaluations of IVDs used in diagnosis, monitoring of HIV, hepatitis infections The Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) has been listed as a World Health Organisation (WHO) prequalified evaluating laboratory to perform assessment of In Vitro Diagnostics (IVDs) commissioned by manufacturers. This means that Nigeria is now part of…

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How can Nigeria best handle its auxiliary nurses?

How can Nigeria best handle its auxiliary nurses?

Nigerian government formally avoids auxiliary nurses which are already trusted by citizens. What’s the way forward? The government of Oyo state once expressed its displeasure with the training of auxiliary nurses in private health facilities in the state. According to the government, such practice will not be tolerated. According to the state government, the training of auxiliary nurses is against the…

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Nigerian nurses oppose potential paths to legality for auxiliary nurses

Nigerian nurses oppose potential paths to legality for auxiliary nurses

Health News N.G once reported that the stimulated widespread perspectives particularly among Nigerian nurses many of which were opposed to the idea of involving auxiliary nurses in advancing universal health coverage in Nigeria. However, there were also those that recommended helping the brilliant auxiliary nurses with access to formal nursing training. Many of the nurses blamed the Nigerian Nursing and Midwifery Council…

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Life And Death: Why Maintaining Oxytocin Quality Standards Can Save Women’s Lives During Childbirth

Life And Death: Why Maintaining Oxytocin Quality Standards Can Save Women’s Lives During Childbirth

Every millennium has had unique challenges, and some challenges have carried on from one millennia to another. One of such challenges is maternal mortality. For centuries, death has been feared as one of the possible dangers to a woman while giving birth. Although the annual maternal mortality rate has reduced by about 43% from 1990 to 2015 worldwide, this has hardly reflected…

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