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  1. Factors that influence functional ability in individuals with spinal cord injury.
    Hastings, Bronwyn Meloney, 2014-04-25T12:39:14Z
    There is a dearth of published literature that documents the levels of functional ability post spinal cord injury (SCI) resulting in paraplegia, at discharge from in-patient rehabilitation facilities within Gauteng. In addition, the factors that influence functional ability are poorly defined in ind ...
  2. An audit of analgesic use for hand injuries in a private emergency department in Johannesburg
    Maloney, Jan Rust, 2014-04-25T12:46:16Z
    Objectives: To describe the current analgesic practices for hand injuries used at a private hospital emergency department in Johannesburg, Gauteng and to explore any differences in analgesic practice between different doctor groups with different backgrounds, working in the ED. Design: Retrosp ...
  3. Challenges faced by public sector dietitians in Gauteng Province
    Matlhafuna, Thabang Pamela, 2014-04-29T08:00:17Z
    A research report submitted to the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Public health, Johannesburg September, 2013 ...
  4. The opening index in patients with closed lock and with myogenous disorders of the temporomandibular joint.
    Karic, Vesna V., 2014-04-29T12:11:12Z
    Disorders of the temporomandibular joint (TMD) are the most common chronic pain conditions in the dental population. Limitation of mandibular movement is one of the signs of TMD. In this study, a new opening index was examined in patients with myogenous and closed lock TMD disorders. This open ...
  5. Production of free surface water jets using focused underwater shock waves
    Karnovsky, Hilton, 2014-04-29T12:14:16Z
    It is possible to produce concentrated free surface water jets by rapidly accelerating a geometrically shaped curved deflector plate below the free water surface. This principle has been established using a self focusing electromagnetic acoustic source (FEMAS) and this report verifies it using a ...
  6. The pharmacological actitvity of Rhoicissus tridentata subsp cuneifolia in relation to parturition
    Katsoulis, Lynn Coleen, 2014-04-29T12:24:24Z
    Decoctions and infusions of Rhoicissus tridentata subsp. cuneifolia (Vitaceae) roots and Hgnotubers are widely used as traditional medicine by South African women during pregnancy and childbirth. Pharmacological studies using isolated rat uterus and ileum were done to determine whether there is a ...
  7. The relationship between demographic variables and justice perceptions of the Equity Act.
    Katz, Lesley Anne, 2014-04-29T12:49:51Z
    The current research report examines the relationship between demographic variables and perceptions o f distributive, procedural, and inteipersonal justice. The study was performed with 124 employees from a company that services the steel industry in South Africa. The results indicated that there ...
  8. Validation of instruments used to establish practical experience in high school chemistry
    Khoali, Thabo Johannes, 2014-04-29T12:54:17Z
    It is essential for learners to have practical experience as this will equip them with cognitive and manipulative skills, acquisition o f an academic attitude to working. It is the only way of experiencing at first hand many o f the phenomena and events that science addresses. This study aims to est ...
  9. Implementation and interpretation of a learner-centre approach: the case of some mathematics teachers in Maseru
    Khechane, Nkoja Claudia, 2014-04-29T12:59:04Z
    This is a qualitative research project that attempts to describe and explain how selected mathematics teachers in Lesotho interpret and implement a learner-centred approach to teaching and learning mathematics. The study was carried out with nine secondary mathematics teachers who were participa ...