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The effects of rhoicissus tridentate dichloromethane extract and its bioactive compounds on uterotonic and glucose lowering activity in-vitro. (2019)Poor myometrial contractility during labour is associated with an extended partuition process that can affect the neonate’s health status. Chronic use of conventional treatments for diabetes mellitus is sometimes associated ...
(2020)Background: Liver – related mortality and morbidity are an increasing burden worldwide. Aim: To outline the pattern of liver abnormalities at a tertiary hospital in KwaZulu Natal (KZN), Durban, South Africa, during the ...
Teachers’ knowledge and pedagogical approaches to sexuality education in HIV and AIDS contexts of selected high schools and their indigenous communities in the Manzini region of Eswatini. (2019)With HIV and AIDS decimating some global populations, life skills and sexuality education has assumed an important function in the school curriculum. Eswatini is concerned about adolescents’ attitude towards making right ...
Coupled heat and mass transfer in solar-powered liquid desiccant adiabatic dehumidifier and regenerator for air conditioning applications. (2020)Abstract available in PDF.
(2019)A qualitative study was conducted at a selected South African primary school with the aim of exploring teachers’ perceptions of the principle of inclusive education, with particular focus on the possible exclusion of ...