• Healthcare


      3:59 pm By omokoshaban
      This condition should ideally be managed by a specialist.   DESCRIPTION Established diabetes: Diabetes (type 1 or 2) predating pregnancy. Gestational diabetes: any degree of carbohydrate Read More »

      3:52 pm By omokoshaban
      DESCRIPTION Haemoglobin (Hb) <11 g/dL. Anaemia in pregnancy is mostly due to either iron deficiency, folic acid deficiency or a combination of both. Women with iron Read More »

      3:48 pm By omokoshaban
      GENERAL MEASURES Counselling. Stop smoking. Maintain a balanced diet. Regular exercise   MEDICINE TREATMENT Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) This is not indicated in all postmenopausal women. Read More »

      3:43 pm By omokoshaban
      GENITAL PROLAPSE AND URINARY INCONTINENCE Prophase: the slipping or falling out of place of an organ (as the uterus) Incontinence: involuntary urination or defecation All patients Read More »

      6:57 pm By omokoshaban
      SEXUAL ASSAULT A statutory offense that provides that it is a crime to knowingly cause another person to engage in an unwanted sexual act by force Read More »

      2:38 pm By omokoshaban
      TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY (TOP) Gestational age is based on the estimated size of the uterus rather than dates. Ultrasound examination is more accurate and of value Read More »

      2:33 pm By omokoshaban
      SEPTIC MISCARRIAGE Is a miscarriage that take place as result of infection do to the present of microorganism in the body of the patients, Often septic Read More »

      1:58 pm By omokoshaban
      PREGNANCY TEST On this post am going to teach you how to do pregnancy test with PT. strip. Pregnancy test can be done with PT strip Read More »
    • Prostate Health Awareness

      7:24 am By omokoshaban
      FULL TEXT OF PROSTATE HEALTH AWARENESS LECTURE MEN MUST READ Gentlemen, I am here to speak with you on Prostate. The topic is misleading. Is prostate Read More »

      2:27 pm By omokoshaban
      A natural loss of the products of pregnancy. Miscarriage, also known as spontaneous abortion and pregnancy loss, is the natural death of an embryo or fetus Read More »
  • Good Study Guide

    • Study time Management

      9:13 am By omokoshaban
      Having got the work into perspective, you need to think about how to manage your time. How much time should you spend on your studies? The Read More »
    • Managing the work

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      Taking responsibility involves managing your own progress through the coursework. You are studying for your own reasons and under your own particular circumstances, with your own Read More »

      9:53 pm By omokoshaban
      Studying at higher level is always a tough challenge, yet you can make it one of the most satisfying experiences of your life by rising to Read More »
    • Thinking about how you learn

      12:41 pm By omokoshaban
      In order to set about your studies intelligently, you need some kind of notion of how your mind learns. It does not have to be a Read More »
    • Introduction to Good Study Guide GST107

      10:43 am By omokoshaban
      INVESTING IN YOURSELF Welcome to The Good Study Guide !This is an article of advice, tips and practical exercises to help you develop your study skills Read More »
  • Bacteriology

    • How To Collect High Vagina swab sample from patient for M/C/S

      7:46 am By Omoko
      Collecting HVS for Microscopic culture and sensitivity On these post we going to teach you simple way of collecting HVS for M/C/S. To collect HVS for Read More »
    • Morphology of bacteria

      7:18 pm By Ayebhenre Lucky
      Bacterial cells are between 0.3 and 5lm in size. They have three basic forms: cocci, straight rods, and curved or spiral rods. The nucleoid consists of Read More »
    • Pathogen Terminologies

      6:00 pm By Ayebhenre Lucky
      Infectiological Terminology I (Pathogen) Term and Explanation Saprophytes These microorganisms are nonpathogenic; their natural habitat is dead organic matter. Parasites Unicellular or metazoan organism living in Read More »

      8:13 pm By Ayebhenre Lucky
      Clostridium difficile (PSEUDOMEMBRANOUS COLITIS) Clostridium difficile causes antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD) and more serious intestinal conditions such as colitis and pseudomembranous colitis in humans. These conditions generally Read More »

      8:06 pm By Ayebhenre Lucky
      Clostridium botulinum (BOTULISM) It is a serious paralytic illness caused by Clostridium botulinum. The toxin (only types A, B, E and F cause illness in humans) Read More »
  • Introduction to medical Laboratory


      12:38 pm By omokoshaban
      Microscope is made up off three basic component which include; Stand The stand is the frame of the microscope, stand is skeleton of the microscope of Read More »
    • Epidemiology

      8:11 pm By Ayebhenre Lucky
      Epidemiological Terminologies Epidemiology investigates the distribution of diseases, their physiological variables and social consequences in human populations, and the factors that influence disease distribution (World Health Read More »
    • Use and care of centrifuge

      1:13 pm By omokoshaban
      Use and care of centrifuge Just like other instrument need care so also did centrifuge, below are some of the used and care for centrifuge; Make Read More »
    • Model type of centrifuge

      8:23 pm By omokoshaban
      Model type of centrifuge These is the subcalassification of swing out rot centrifuge, they are basically classified into five type which include; Hand centrifuge: these are Read More »
    • Type of centrifuge

      7:31 pm By omokoshaban
      Type of centrifuge Centrifuge is basically made up of two type, there production is based on the way the rotate known as rotors. The two type Read More »
  • Hematology

    • Visual Red Cell Count

      10:38 pm By Omoko
      Counting red cell with hemocytometer On these post, we are going to study visual red cell count. In brief explanations; visual red cell count is a Read More »

      11:26 am By omokoshaban
      Red blood cells Haemolysis Red blood cells is not often used for any biochemical test in the laboratory, because of the rupture of the red blood Read More »
    • Blood Group Serology

      12:01 pm By Ayebhenre Lucky
      ABO BLOOD GROUP SYSTEM The ABO system is the most important blood group system in blood transfusion and organ transplanta- tion because of two unique features. Read More »
    • Haemopoiesis

      5:36 pm By omokoshaban
      Production of blood cells During the foetal life the production of blood cell or take place in different body tissues but mainly in the liver and Read More »
    • Solubility Test For sickle Cell Disease

      10:33 am By omokoshaban
       sickle Cell Disease With High concentration of phosphate buffer, it give hemoglobin S (Hb S) insoluble in the reduce state. When in the buffer, it form Read More »
  • Inorganic Chemistry

    • Mole

      8:11 pm By Omoko
      Mole gram atoms Avogadro’s Mole is the number of a substance which contains Avogadro’s number (NA) of particle’s. The numbers can also be refer to as Read More »
    • Electromagnetic radiation

      11:41 am By omokoshaban
      Electromagnetic radiation Electromagnetic radiation is radiation which have both magnetic and electric properties.  Electromagnetic radiation occupied wide area of radiation that can be explained or group Read More »
    • Balance of chemical Equation

      6:48 am By omokoshaban
      Balance of chemical Equation Basically, the knowledge implanted in the laws of combination and Dalton atomic theory where use to balance any chemical equations. Dalton atomic Read More »
    • conservation law of matter

      5:20 am By omokoshaban
      Law of conservation of matter The law state that matter cannot be created nor destroy in the process of chemical reaction. Source: File:Combustion reaction of methane.jpg Read More »
    • Describe the discovery of noble gas?

      6:57 pm By omokoshaban
      Noble gas was discovered by a french astronomer Pierre’s Janssen in the year 1868. But before then noble gas was mistakenly isolated by henry cavendish in Read More »
  • Organic Chemistry

    • Nitrogen Cycle

      2:54 pm By omokoshaban
      The nitrogen cycle is the biogeochemical cycle that describes the gradual transformation of nitrogen and nitrogen-containing compounds in nature. It is the means by which the Read More »
    • Carbon Cycle

      12:41 pm By omokoshaban
      The carbon cycle is the series of interconnected changes by which carbon is being continuously circulated among the natural compartments of atmosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere and Read More »
    • Environmental Chemistry

      12:40 pm By omokoshaban
      Environmental Chemistry is the study of chemical substance present in the environment which are induced by human’s activities. These activities may be felt on a local Read More »
    • Reduction of Aldehydes and ketones

      5:18 pm By omokoshaban
      Addition of organometallic reagents to Aldelydes and ketones Organometallic reagents (RLI or RMgX) react with aldehydes and ketones to give alcohols. Use of RLi     Read More »
    • Hydration of alkene

      5:07 pm By omokoshaban
        This reaction is simply the addition of water molecule to the alkene to form the corresponding alcohol. It involves the addition of concentrated tetraoxosulphate (VI) Read More »
  • Physical Chemistry

    • environment

      5:14 pm By omokoshaban
      enviroment mean different thing to different people, and in a different area of study, they also define the eneiroment base on there area of concentration. generaly Read More »

      7:44 pm By omokoshaban
       CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM Before beginning with the topic of our discussion, the derivation of equilibrium expression, we have to re-examing the following thermodynamic convention. 1. Any system Read More »

      4:46 pm By omokoshaban
      Enthalpy is a  thermodynamic quantity equal to the internal energy of a system plus the product of its volume and pressure. Enthalpy of a system is Read More »

      11:37 am By omokoshaban
      The reactions are carried out under constant volume or under constant pressure conditions. Let us now arrive at an expression useful in calculating the heat change Read More »
    • State Variables

      2:40 pm By omokoshaban
      State Variables A thermodynamic system has to be macroscopic (having a sufficient larger size); this eases measurement of its properties such as; Pressure Volume Temperature Composition Read More »