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  1. Oral candida in HIV positive women: influence of oral hygiene, clinical and social factors on the carriage rates and the influence of virulence of the organism on the development of clinical infection
    Owotade, Foluso John, 2015-04-13T09:01:37Z
    Introduction Patients with HIV infection frequently encounter oral candidiasis, caused by Candida species. However, factors responsible for Candida colonisation and development of oral candidiasis in these patients are controversial. This study investigated the effect of social and clinical factors ...
  2. Antimicrobial properties of South African honeys against pathogens associated with wounds
    Khan, Fharzana, 2015-04-13T09:28:15Z
    ABSTRACT The use of honey for therapeutic applications against a wide range of ailments has been demonstrated since the primordial age. Although modern-day medicine has advanced to substantial heights, there are still major concerns with drugs such as antimicrobials due to the ever growing problem ...
  3. The in vitro effects of HAART on the expression of muci and NFkB1 in a cervical cancer cell line, HCS-2
    Thabethe, Kutlwano Rekgopetswe, 2015-04-13T09:37:13Z
    Cervical cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer globally and it has also been identified as one of three AIDS defining malignancies. Highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) is a combination of three or more antiretroviral drugs which are classified as nucleoside/nucleotide revers ...
  4. Thrombolytic therapy for acute myocardial infarction by emergency care practitioners
    Naidoo, Raveen, 2015-04-13T10:05:31Z
    The earliest possible initiation of reperfusion therapy is necessary to reduce morbidity and mortality from acute STEMI. Therefore improving the time to thrombolysis where percutaneous coronary interventional facilities are limited or do not exist is critical. The most effective system would integr ...
  5. Musculoskeletal injuries among adolescent cross-country runners in Gauteng
    Forsyth, Stuart Malcolm, 2015-04-13T10:14:01Z
    The earliest possible initiation of reperfusion therapy is necessary to reduce morbidity and mortality from acute STEMI. Therefore improving the time to thrombolysis where percutaneous coronary interventional facilities are limited or do not exist is critical. The most effective system would integr ...
  6. Sudden cardiac arrest in school athletes: understanding the role of pre-participation screening.
    Anderson, Peter William Henry, 2015-04-13T10:18:55Z
    ABSTRACT Background Sudden cardiac arrest in young athletes is a tragic event that can potentially be reduced through the implementation of a pre-participation screening program. While the absolute contents of this program are debated, consensus does exist, that should such a program be implemente ...
  7. From policy to implementation: a needs-based budget program for implementing the cervical cancer screening policy in South Africa
    Robertson, Jamela Ellen, 2015-04-16T13:55:49Z
    A Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of the Witwatersrand, to fulfil the requirement to acquire a degree of Master of Science in Medicine Johannesburg 30 September 2014 ...
  8. Determination of the effect of different blade speeds and mixing times on the homogeneity of mixtures containing different ratios of two powders
    Van Wyk, Elzaan, 2015-04-16T14:03:52Z
    A research report submitted to the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Medicine in Pharmaceutical Affairs Johannesburg, 2014 ...