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  • Cancers of Reproductive Health Organs

    Cancers of Reproductive Health Organs

    Breast Cancer Breast cancer occurs when cells in the breast grow and divide uncontrollably, forming a mass of tissue known as a tumour. Breast cancer can invade nearby tissues and travel to other body parts, forming new tumours, a process called metastasis.   Clinical Manifestations Early Signs of Breast Cancer Asymptomatic: Sometimes, breast cancer shows…

  • OBSTETRIC/VAGINAL FISTULA

    OBSTETRIC/VAGINAL FISTULA

    OBSTETRIC/VAGINAL FISTULA Vaginal Fistula is an abnormal communication (opening) of the vagina and the neighbouring -pelvic organs as a result of obstetrical causes e.g. delivery.  Urogenital Fistula: Abnormal communication between the urinary (ureters, bladder, urethra) and genital (uterus, cervix, vagina) systems. A fistula is an abnormal communication between two or more epithelial surfaces. Types of…

  • SUPPORT SUPERVISION

    SUPPORT SUPERVISION

    SUPPORT SUPERVISION Support supervision is the process of helping, guiding, teaching and learning from staff at their places of work and helping them to improve performance in a joint problem solving manner. Support supervision is a way of helping people learn and grow in their work. It combines two important elements: support and supervision. Support…

  • POST ABORTION CARE

    POST ABORTION CARE

    POST ABORTION CARE Post abortion care (PAC) is an approach aimed at reducing injuries and death resulting from incomplete and unsafe abortions and their related complications. It is a critical component of comprehensive abortion care and includes five essential elements. Components of PAC: 1. Emergency Treatment of Incomplete Abortion and Life-Threatening Complications: Immediate medical attention…

  • CUSTOMER CARE

    CUSTOMER CARE

    CUSTOMER CARE Customer care refers to the practice that enables an organization to deliver services or products in a way that allows the customer to access them in the most efficient, cost-effective, and humanly satisfying and pleasurable manner possible. Customer care is when companies treat their customers with respect and kindness and build an emotional…

  • MARKETING

    MARKETING

    MARKETING Marketing management involves the performance of activities necessary to get goods or services from the producer to customers, resulting in customer satisfaction and profits for the entrepreneur.  It includes identifying, anticipating, and satisfying customer needs effectively and profitably. Marketing is the action or business of promoting and selling of products or services. Marketing refers…

  • FRANCHISING

    FRANCHISING

    WAYS OF EXPANDING A BUSINESS: Franchising: Franchising involves granting another party the right to operate a business under your brand and using your established business model. Joint Ventures: A joint venture involves partnering with another company to create a new business entity. Distributorship: Distributorship involves partnering with another company to distribute your products or services…

  • BUSINESS START-UPS

    BUSINESS START-UPS

    BUSINESS START-UPS Startup refers to a company in the first stages of operations. Startups are founded by one or more entrepreneurs who want to develop a product or service for which they believe there is demand. These companies usually start with high costs and limited revenue, which is why they look for capital from a…

  • OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN HIV/AIDS

    OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN HIV/AIDS

    OPPORTUNISTIC INFECTIONS IN HIV/AIDS Opportunistic infections (OIs) are infections affecting HIV patients with weakened immunity, indicated by a white blood cell count below 200 cells/cm³ (14%). Advanced HIV infection makes individuals vulnerable to opportunistic infections or malignancies. These infections exploit the weakened immune system. Childhood acquisition of OIs and HIV often occurs from infected mothers.…

  • Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)

    Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP)

    Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) Post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) involves the short-term use of antiretroviral medications to reduce the risk of acquiring HIV infection after potential exposure, either occupational or non-occupational. Types of Exposure: Occupational Exposures: Occur in healthcare or laboratory settings, including needle stick injuries or body fluid splashes. Non-occupational Exposures: Include unprotected sex, assault (e.g., rape),…

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