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Research data: NIGERIA
2018 Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex genotypes circulating in Nigeria based on spoligotyping obtained from Ziehl-Neelsen stained slides extracted DNA
Tuberculosis (TB) remains one of the most threatening diseases and Nigeria has one of the world???s largest burdens. This study performed hi...Download this report
2018 Knowledge, attitude and perception of tuberculosis management among tuberculosis-infected patients in resource constraint setting: field experience from Oyo state, South-West, Nigeria
Inadequate knowledge and misconceptions about tuberculosis (TB) contribute to the burden of the disease by influencing patients' behavior an...Download this report
2018 Patients and health system-related factors impacting on tuberculosis program implementation in resource-constrained settings: experience from multi-TB facilities in Oyo state, South-West of Nigeria
Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the most prevalent human infections and is the second leading cause of deaths from infectious diseases worldwide...
2018 Client's perception of quality of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis treatment and car in resource-limited setting: experience from Nigeria
Quality care is essential to the well-being and survival of people with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB). The aim of this study is ...