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Experiences of caregivers of children with spastic cerebral palsy regarding splinting in Uganda
Splinting is one of the many strategies used globally for managing neuromuscular impairments related to cerebral palsy. In Uganda, some children with cerebral palsy who have been provided with splints return to the ...
Exploring the experiences of rehabilitated stroke survivors and the perceptions of stakeholders with regard to stroke survivors returning to work in South-West Nigeria
(University of the Western Cape, 2013)
Stroke has been identified as a global cause of neurological disability with a resultant burden shared not only by the survivor but also by the society. The resumption of one’s role as a worker after having a stroke is an ...
Physical activity participation among adults with hypertension in Mbabane, Swaziland
Scientific studies have shown that chronic diseases of lifestyle (CDL) such as hypertension and diabetes mellitus are major causes of mortality and morbidity, accounting for about 60% of the disease burden globally. Available ...