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An appraisal of the neglected tropical diseases control program in Cameroon: the case of the national program against onchocerciasis (BMC Public Health, 2017)BACKGROUND: Onchocerciasis is a severe parasitic infestation which causes disabling skin and subcutaneous tissue changes. Current global estimates suggest that it accounts for 1135.7 disability adjusted life years (DALYs) ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Prevalence and patterns of congenital heart diseases in Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis protocol (BMJ Open, 2017)INTRODUCTION: Congenital heart diseases (CHD) are common causes of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality among young children and adolescents living in Africa. Accurate epidemiological data are needed in order to evaluate ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Prevalence, incidence and aetiologies of pulmonary hypertension in Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis protocol (BMJ Open, 2017)INTRODUCTION: There are no data summarising the epidemiology of pulmonary hypertension (PH) among adults residing in Africa. Establishment of accurate epidemiological data on PH in this region may guide decision-making ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Influence of invasive macrophytes on channel morphology and hydrology in an open tropical lowland stream, and potential control by riparian shading (Freshwater Biology, 1998)1. The catchments of many tropical lowland streams in far north Queensland have been extensively cleared for the cultivation of sugar cane to the extent where very little of the native riparian vegetation remains. Stream ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Australian Journal of Ecology, 1995)Biological methods are widely accepted in water quality monitoring programmes worldwide; however, some concern remains over their effectiveness in predicting the effects of contaminants on aquatic ecosystems. While the ...JOURNAL ARTICLE