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PhD THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

PhD THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

 

 

 

 

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PhD THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY

 

 

  1. Prevalence of primary Caesarean Section deliveries among primiparous and multiparous women at Iringa Regional Referral Hospital, Tanzania
  2. Prevalence Of Premalignant Cervical Lesions And Associated Risk Factors Among Women Aged 21 – 69 Years At Dodoma Regional Referral Hospital, Tanzania
  3. Rate Of Cervical Dilatation, Duration Of Active Labor And Rate Of Intervention Among Low-Risk Pregnant Women Delivering At Dodoma Regional Referral Hospital
  4. Incidence and Predictors of Maternal and Perinatal Mortality among Women with Severe Maternal Outcomes: A Tanzanian Facility-Based Survey for Improving Maternal and Newborn Care
  5. Knowledge of the Human Papilloma Virus vaccines, and opinions of Gynaecologists on its implementation in Nigeria
  6. Knowledge Dissemination and Evaluation in A Cervical Cancer Screening Implementation Program in Nigeria
  7. Anaesthetic Considerations for the Hiv Positive Parturient
  8. A Comparative Study of Two Surgical Management Methods for Cervical Incompetence at University College Hospital, Ibadan
  9. An Audit of the Uptake of Key Pmtct Interventions in the Pre and Post who Rapid Advice Periods at the University College Hospital, Ibadan
  10. Bacterial Antibiotic Sensitivity Pattern From Urine Of Asymptomatic Hiv Positive Pregnant Women
  11. Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus and Hepatitis B Virus Coinfection in Pregnancy at the University College Hospital, Ibadan
  12. Teenage Pregnancy: Prevalence And Immediate Obstetric Outcomes In Teenage Primigravida Arriving In Active First Stage Of Labour At Iringa Regional Referral Hospital Labour Ward
  13. The Effect Of Female Genital Mutilation On Perineal Injuries Among Women In Labour In Dodoma Region, Tanzania
  14. Prevalence, Etiology And Factors Associated With Severe Anemia Among Children Aged 6-59 Months With Clinical Features Of Anemia Admitted At Dodoma Regional Refferal Hospital
  15. Clinical Profile And Presentation Of Cervical Cancer Patients And Its Relationship With Common Histological Type At Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital
  16. Bacterial Etiology, Antibiotics Susceptibility Pattern And Treatment Modality Of Surgical Site Infection Among Post Caesarean Delivery Women In Iringa Region
  17. Utility Of Cord Blood Glucose Of A New Born To Determine The Predictor Of Foetal Outcome And Maternal Gestational Diabetes Among Parturient At Dodoma Regional Referral Hospital In Tanzania
  18. Primary Caesarean Deliveries: Prevalence, Indications And Management Outcomes Among Pregnant Women Who Deliver At Iringa Region Referral Hospital
  19. Anatomical Pattern Of Placenta And Umbilical Cord In Relation To Fetal Adverse Outcome In Dodoma Regional Referral Hospital
  20. Prevalance, Predictors And Antimicrobial Susceptibility Pattern Of Group B Streptococcus Colonization Among Pregnant Women And Newborns At Iringa Regional Referral Hospital
  21. Partograph Completeness And Associated Obstetric Outcome Among Primigravida In Active Stage Of Labor At Iringa Referral Regional Hospital (IRRH)
  22. Vaginal Bacterial Colonization, Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns And Associated Obstetric Outcomes In Women With Premature Rupture Of Membranes In Public Hospitals In Dodoma City
  23. Predictors And Outcomes Of Women Attempting Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Delivery At Iringa Regional Referral Hospital
  24. Prevalence Of Helicobacter-Pylori Infection And Clinical Characteristics Of Women With Low-Risk Early Pregnancy Attending Hospitals In Dodoma City
  25. Accuracy Of Clinical Methods For The Estimation Of Fetal Weight In Single Tone Pregnancy At Term At Iringa Regional Referral Hospital
  26. Referral Diagnosis And Determinants Of Obstetric Outcomes Among Referred Women With Obstetric Emergency At Iringa Regional Referral Hospital
  27. Severe Pre-Eclampsia And Eclampsia: Prevalence And Management Outcomes At Dodoma Regional Referral Hospital
  28. A Survey Of Preference Of Parturients In Labour
  29. Cornrnuruty Gate Keepers’ Awareness and Perception of Prevention of. Motherto- Child Transmission of HIV Services in Ibadan,Nigeria
  30. Sixty-one day twin to twin birth interval in a low technology setting
  31. Knowledge and utilization of malaria control measures by pregnant and newly delivered mothers in Ibadan, Nigeria
  32. Asymptomatic bacteriuria among HIV positive pregnant women
  33. Prevalence and pattern of violence in pregnancy in Ibadan, South-west Nigeria
  34. Routine Antenatal Syphilis Screening In South West Nigeria- A Questionable Practice
  35. Acceptability of counselling and testing for HIV infection in women in labour at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria
  36. Improving Maternal Health Mdg 5: The Road Map
  37. Genital fistula among Ugandan women: Risk Factors, Treatment Outcomes and Experiences of Patients & Spouses
  38. Severe Pre-Eclampsia, Eclampsia: Clinical Presentation And Fetal Maternal Outcome Of Patient Admitted At Mnazi Mmoja Hospital Zanzibar
  39. Telemedicine: Definition, Benefits And Limitations
  40. Medical Informatics In Clinical Practice: An Overview
  41. Instrumental Deliveries And Outcome In A British General Hospital
  42. Acceptability of Child Adoption as Management Option for Infertility in Nigeria: Evidence from Focus Group Discussions
  43. Repeat Ipsilateral Ectopic Gestation: A Series Of 3 Cases
  44. Transvaginal ultrasonography: a survey of the acceptability and its predictors among a native African women population
  45. Care Providers’ Knowledge And Practice Of Malaria Control Measures In Pregnancy In Ibadan, South-West Nigeria
  46. The Impact of Traditional Birth Attendants on Maternal and Child Health In Ikole LGA of Ekiti State, Nigeria
  47. MOTHER-TO-CHILD TRANSMISSION OF DIFFERENT HIV-1 SUBTYPES AMONG ARV NAÏVE INFECTED PREGNANT WOMEN IN NIGERIA
  48. HERPES TYPE-2 VIRUS AND CARCINOMA. OP THE CERVIX UTERI IN NIGERIANS: IMMJNOVIRDLOGICAL STUDIES
  49. Emergency obstetric patients in developing countries and prevalence of HIV infection
  50. OBSTETRIC AND NEWBORN OUTCOMES AND RISK FACTORS FOR LOW BIRTH WEIGHT AND PRETERM DELIVERY AMONG HIV-INFECTED PREGNANT WOMEN AT THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE HOSPITALIBAD AN
  51. SOURCES OF CONTRACEPTIVE COMMODITIES USER IN NIGERIA
  52. BLOOD TRANSFUSION REQUIREMENT DURING CAESAREAN DELIVERY: RISK FACTORS
  53. Cervical cytology service in Nigeria: providers’ perspective
  54. Haematological profile of healthy pregnant women in Ibadan, South-western Nigeria
  55. Fetal macrosomia at the University College Hospital, Ibadan: a 3-year review
  56. Dyslipidemia in ART-Naive HIV-Infected Persons in Nigeria—Implications for Care
  57. Anemia in pregnancy at two levels of health care in Ibadan, south west Nigeria
  58. Complete hydatidiform mole co-existing with a twin live fetus
  59. Knowledge of, Perception of, and Attitude towards Uterine Fibroids among Women with Fibroids in Lagos, Nigeria
  60. Acute anaphylaxis in the postpartum period caused due to herbal oils used for body massage: A Case Report
  61. PREGNANCY OVER AGE 50 IN NIGERIA: A CASE REPORT
  62. VAGINAL DELIVERY AFTER ONE PREVIOUS CAESAREAN SECTION: IS RADIOLOGICAL PELVIMETRY NECESSARY?
  63. Perinatal Mortality In Nigeria The State Of The Nation