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ERRATUM
Year : 2010  |  Volume : 51  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 186 Table of Contents     

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. Erratum. Niger Med J 2010;51:186

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. Erratum. Niger Med J [serial online] 2010 [cited 2019 Dec 11];51:186. Available from: http://www.nigeriamedj.com/text.asp?2010/51/4/186/73302

In our previous publication: GM Ashir, AI Rabasa, MM Gofama, SM Yahaya: Tension pneumothorax following an accidental kerosene poisoning: A case report. Niger Med J, Oct-Dec. 2009, Vol 50(4): 93-96, the fourth author's address was wrongly printed. The correct address of Dr. SM Yahaya should be: Department of Radiology, University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Maiduguri, and not Community Medicine, Univeristy of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital, Maiduguri.

The errors are regretted.

In our previous publication: Mohammed A, Shehu AU, Aliyu AA, Zoaka AI: Infact feeding options, practices and determinats of feeding practices among HIV positive mothers in Abuja, Nigeria . Niger Med J, Jan-March 2010, Vo l 51(1): 14-17. References numbers 15 to 23 were omitted:

The references are hereby included:

15. USAID/Linkages Project: Infant feeding options in context of HIV 2005. Washington DC: USAID, 2005.

16. National Population Commission. Nigerian Census Report 2006. National Population Commission Abuja, Nigeria 2007.

17. Inem A. V., Adedokun A. O., Ayankogbe O. O. A voluntary counseling and confidential testing program for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in a practice-based Research Network (PBRN) Hospital in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian Medical Practitioner 2003; vol. 43. No. 6: 135-138.

18. Aiki A. A. Omari, Chewe Luo, Chipepo Knakasa, Ganapati J. Bhat and James Bunn. Infant feeding practices of mothers of known HIV status in Lusaka, Zambia. Health Policy and Planning 2003; 18(2): 156-162.

19. Anne Njom Nlend, Ida Penda, Chantal Same Ekobo, Gilbert Tene, Landry Tsague. Is Exclusive artifical feeding feasible at 6 months postpartum in Cameroon Urban Areas for HIV exposed infants? Journal of Tropical Paediatrics 2007; vol. 53. No. 6: 438-439.

20. Tanya Doherty, Mickey Chopra, Lungiswa Nkonki, Debra Jackson and Ted Greiner. Effect of the HIV epidemic on infant feeding in South Africa. "When they see me coming with the tins they laugh at me" Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2006; 84(2): 90-96.

21. Karl Peltzer, Thabang Mosala, Olive Shisana, Ayanda Nqueko, Noluandle Mugqundaniso, Barriers to prevention of HIV transmission from mother-to-child (PMTCT) in a Resource poor setting in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. African Journal of Reproductive Health 2007; vol. 11: No. 1 : 57-66.

22. Myer L, Rabkin M., Abrams E. J., Rosenfield A. and El-Sadr W. M. Focus on Women: Linking HIV care and Treatment with Reproductive Health Service in the MTCT-Plus Initiative. Reproductive Health Matters 2005: 13(25): 136-146.

23. Midley A., Garcia-Moreno C., McGill S. and Maman S. Rates, barries and outcomes of HIV serostatus discloure among women in developing countries: Implications for prevention of mother-to-child transmission programmes. Bulletin of the World Health Organization 2004; 82(4): 299-307.

24. Revised guidelines for HIV counselling, testing and referral. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 2002; 50: 1-57.

25. Mathews C., Kuhn D., Hussey G. , Dikweni L. Disclosure of HIV status and its consequences. South African Medical Journal 1999; 89: 1238.

26. Mwanyumba F. M. et al. Partner involvement and infant feeding choices in HIV infected women. Abstract WePeB 5942. vol. 11, 65, XIV International AIDS Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 7-12 July 2002.

27. Mbori-Ngacha D., Nduati R., Kalibala S. et al. Utilization of services for the prevention of mother-to-child (MTCT) transmission of HIV-1 in 2 sites in Kenya. Paper presented at Global Strategies for the prevention of HIV transmission from mothers to infants, Kampala, Uganda, September 2001.

The errors are regretted.




 

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