Bacterial Contaminates Associated With Commercial Poultry Feed

BACTERIAL CONTAMINATES ASSOCIATED WITH COMMERCIAL POULTRY FEED FROM THREE DIFFERENT COMPANIES

Among raw food items of animal origin, poultry meat and poultry meat products are considered to be some of the most contaminated products offered to the consumer (Klinger, 1993).  This is due to the relatively high contamination with various food-borne infection agents present on and in the product.  More than 27 different species of bacteria have been isolated from normal, ready to cook, poultry meat (cox and Bailey, 1987).  A large number of publications incriminate poultry  as origin of food – borne infection out-breaks. [Read more…]

A Survey Of Parents Attitude Towards Family Planning

A SURVEY  OF PARENTS ATTITUDE TOWARDS FAMILY PLANNING ( A CASE STUDY OF AGUATA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, ANAMBRA STATE. )

This chapter focuses on the review of related literature aspect of this study. This study is reviewed in the following sub-headings

  1. The concept of family planning
  2. The different family planning methods are practices advantages and side effect.
  • The different parent attitude towards family planning.

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Investigate The Microbial Content Of Some Bolted Soft Drivels Sold

INVESTIGATE THE MICROBIAL CONTENT OF SOME BOLTED SOFT DRIVELS SOLD IN ENUGU INTERLOPES

The bingeing of the carbonated beverage industry as recorded by Desroser (1977) dates back to the closing years of  the 18th century. Joseph Priestly known for his discovery of oxygen became interested in the fixed air that lay over the liquid in fermentation vats in  the brewery near his home. Containing his studies he produced this fixed air (Co2) by pouring acid over chalk upon introducing the gas, usually produced by fermentation into water he obtained a pleasant tasting sparkling water which he described in a publication 1772. [Read more…]

Information Needs and Resource Utilization by People Living with HIV/AIDS

INFORMATION NEEDS AND RESOURCE UTILIZATION BY PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS: A CASE STUDY OF ESUT TEACHING HOSPITAL PARKLANE ENUGU

This chapter reviews the available related literature on information needs and resources utilization by people living with HIV/AIDS under the following headings. [Read more…]

PMTCT Services -Prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV

PMTCT Services – Prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV

This chapter deals with the review of related literature. The review is divided into the following: theoretical, empirical and conceptual review.

2.1     Theoretically

Prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV

According to UNAIDS (2012), PMTCT begins with the non-pregnant woman. Preventing mother-to-child transmission is achievable. Between 2009 and 2011, 409,000 new infections were averted among children UNAIDS (2012). [Read more…]

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