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  1. Induction of periodontitis in the chacma baboon.
    Ksiezycki-Ostoya, Beata Katarzyna, 2014-04-30T10:25:54Z
  2. Invasive disease caused by Streptococcus pneumoniane resistant to penicillin and third-generation cephalosporins
    Kularatne, Ranmini Sumudita, 2014-04-30T10:33:07Z
    Resistance to penicillin G and third-generation cephalosporins among Streptococcus pneum oniae is an emerging and increasing microbial threat. Over a AVi year study period, w e identified 4 0 patients with either intermediate (26/40, 65%) or high-level (14/40, 35%) resistance to third-generation cep ...
  3. Planning: a source of education
    Kuzwayo, Tidimalo Angela, 2014-04-30T11:53:02Z
    PROBLEM STATEMENT Planners encounter problems as they work among disadvantaged communities. Most community leaders engage in planning operations, excluding the community from participating in the solution of their problems. Lack of openness on the part of leadership and top down planning wit ...
  4. The discriminative value of C-reactive protein levels in distinguishing between bacterial and viral pneumonia in children
    Lala, Sanjay Govind, 2014-04-30T11:58:27Z
    Background: CRP testing is routinely performed on children admitted to the Chris Hani-Baragwanath Hospital (Soweto, Johannesburg) with pneumonia. The CRP is used to distinguish between bacterial and viral pneumonia, assisting the clinician to judiciously prescribe antibiotics. Objectives: 1. T ...
  5. From word to world: a multiliteracies approach to language, literacy and communication for curriculum 2005
    Lamberti, Pia, 2014-04-30T12:07:52Z
    This research report explores the relationship between two literacy curriculum reform projects, one global and the other local, which emerged at the same time. The former is the Multiliteracies approach, which is based on the concept of multiple literacies, the latter is the new language and lite ...
  6. Meta skills and technical skills in team leadership
    Law, Penny, 2014-04-30T12:16:45Z
    Extensive research has been conducted on the leadership skills that are required to improve a team’s performance. However, theories have not managed to explain conclusively how certain leadership skills are able to improve a team"s performance over others. Recent studies, have shifted the focus f ...
  7. The effect of norethisterone enantate on postnatal depression
    Lawrie, Theresa Anne, 2014-04-30T12:23:39Z
    Background Postnatal depression affects approximately 10% of women and is responsible for considerable postnatal morbidity. Progestogens have psychoactive and endocrine properties and progesterone deficiency has been considered as an aetiological factor in postnatal depression. Although progester ...
  8. Drug utilisation in the maternity ward of a district hospital in South Africa
    Pitso, Kebinakwena Beauty, 2014-05-06T12:28:27Z
    Thesis (M.P.H.(Hospital Management))--University of the Witwatersrand, Faculty of Health Sciences, 2012. ...