University of Khartoum

Browsing Staff Publication by Author "Paediatrics"

Browsing Staff Publication by Author "Paediatrics"

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  • Kheir, Abdelmoneim E M.; Hamza, Madiha E M. (University of Khartoum, )
    Background and Objectives: Vital signs include: heart rate, respiratory rate, temperature, blood pressure, pain assessment, level of consciousness and recently oxygen saturation and can be an indicator of wellbeing of ...
  • Kheir, Abdelmoneim E M.; Mohammed, Nada M. (University of Khartoum, )
    Background: The incidence of multiple pregnancies, including high-order multiple pregnancies, has been increasing recently. Objectives: The objectives of this research were to determine the risk factors and early neonatal ...
  • Kheir, Abdelmoneim E M.; Abubaker, Nagwa S. (University of Khartoum, )
    Background: The magnitude of the problem of homeless children or “street children” is escalating and this is related to increasing levels of poverty especially in developing countries. Objectives: The aims of this study ...
  • Kheir, Abdelmoneim E M.; Ahmed, Taqwa A. (University of Khartoum, )
    Background: Transient tachypnea of the newborn is the most important respiratory problems in the neonatal period. Materials and methods: This was a descriptive, hospital based study that was conducted in the NICU of Omdurman ...
  • Abdelrahman, Ihab B.; Kheir, Abdelmoneim E M.; Said, Rihan M E.; Abdullah, Asma Nizar Mohammed Osman; Hamid, Safa Ahmed Hassan; Abdalla, Abdelmohaymin A.; Abdelrahim, Seidahmed Mohamed Ahmed Sidahmed (University of Khartoum, )
    This study was conducted to assess the competency of fresh medical graduates in dealing with common emergency conditions. Graduates who received structured training in Emergency Medicine (EM) as part of their medical school ...
  • Dafaalla, Mohamed; Farah, Abdulraheem; Bashir, Sheima; Khalil, Ammar; Abdulhamid, Rabab; Mokhtar, Mousab; Mahadi, Mohamed; Omer, Zulfa; Suliman, Asgad; Elkhalifa, Mohammed; Abdelgadir, Hanin; Kheir, Abdelmoneim E M.; Abdalrahman, Ihab (University of Khartoum, )
    We aimed to generate a valid reliable Arabic version of MOS social support survey (MOS-SSS). We did a cross sectional study in medical students of Faculty of Medicine in Khartoum, Sudan. We did a clustered random sampling in ...


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