Medicine Latest Research Output: 2015

School of Medicine

Accredited Journals

  1. Govender I, Nel K and Mogotsi MM. Experiences and opinions of first-year students at a previously disadvantaged medical university in South Africa about alcohol consumption. South African Family Practice 2015. 1(1): 1-5
  2. de Villiers FPR. The poor children of the poor: Coping with diabetes control in resource-poor setting. South African Medical Journal 2015. 105(5): 397-399
  3. Mash R, Ogunbanjo GA, Naidoo SS and Hellenberg D. The contribution of family physicians to district health services: a national position paper for South Africa. South African Family Practice 2015. 57(3): 54-61
  4. Rangoako ST, Raubenheimer EJ and Mafeelane K. Synovial chondromatosis: a review of the literature and report of two cases. SA Orthopaedic Journal 2015. 14(1): 48-51
  5. Marais A, Steenkamp V and du Plooy WJ. Conditions frequently self-treated with herbal remedies by patients visiting a tertiary hospital in Gauteng, South Africa. South African Family Practice 2015. 1(1): 1-4
  6. Nzaumvila DK and Mabuza LH. Why do women not return for CD4 count results at Embhuleni Hospital, Mpumalanga, South Africa? Curationis 2015. 38(1): 1-8
  7. Diab P, Flack PS, Mabuza LH and Moolman H. Curriculum challenges faced by rural-origin health science students at South African medical Schools. African Journal of Health Professions Education 2015. 7(1): 51-54
  8. Govender I and Clark C. Tetanus: a patient in a primary healthcare setting. South African Family Practice 2015. 1(1): 1-4
  9. Tshitenge S and Mabuza LH. A survey of risk factors associated with hypertension in the adult population of Kang, Kgalagadi North, Botswana. South African Family Practice 2015. 57(3): 1-6
  10. Madina PH, Dolan M, et al. Morbidity and mortality according to latest CD4+cell count among HIV positive individuals in South Africa enrolled in project Phidisa. PLoS One 2015. 10(4): 1-20
  11. Govender I, Mabuza LH and Ogunbanjo GA.   The characteristics of HIV and AIDS patients with deep vein thrombosis at Dr George Mukhari Academic Hospital. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 2015. 7(1): 1-3
  12. Visser CA, Marincowitz GJO, Govender I and Ogunbanjo GAO. Reasons for and perceptions of patients with minor ailments bypassing local primary health care facilities. South African Family Practice 2015. 1(1): 1-4
  13. Ndwambi A and Govender I. Characteristics of women requesting legal termination of pregnancy in a district hospital in Hammanskraal, South Africa. Southern African Journal of Infectious Diseases 2015. 30(4): 129-133
  14. Nel K, Rankoana SA, Govender I, et al. The challenges experienced by students with a physical disability (SWPD) at a higher education institution in South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance (AJPHERD) 2015. Supplement 1:3: 834-844
  15. Nzaumvila D, Govender I and Kramer EB. Glass injuries seen in the emergency department of a South African district hospital. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 2015. 7(1): 1-8
  16. Mills B, Govender I and Hugo J. Experiences of general practitioners in the Ga-Rankuwa and Mabopane areas in dealing with patients who have sexual problems. African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine 2015. 7(1): 1-8
  17. Motswaledi MH. Skin disorders affecting the feet. South African Family Practice 2015; 57(4): 34-38
  18. Mabelane T, Marincowitz GJO, Ogunbanjo GA and Govender I. Factors affecting the implementation of nurse-initiated antiretroviral treatment in primary health care of Limpopo Province, South Africa. South African Family Practice 2015; 1(1): 1-4
  19. Mabuza LH, Omole OB, Govender I, Ndimande JV and Schoeman HS. Inpatients’ awareness of admission reasons and management plans of their clinical conditions at a tertiary hospital in South Africa. BMC Health Services Research 2015; 15 (89): 1-9
  20. Matsevych OY, Motilall SR and Matsevych OY. The role of laparoscopy in penetrating abdominal trauma: Our initial experience. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques 2015; 25(9): 1-7
  21. Basson WJ, Nel KA and Bhat SB. Stress amongst dental students at an emerging Medical University. Journal of Psychology 2015; 6(1): 87-90
  22. M’soka CM, Mabuza LH and Pretorius D. Cultural and health beliefs of pregnant women in Zambia regarding pregnancy and child birth 2015; 38(1): 1-7
  23. Ntuli TS, Ogunbanjo GA, Nesengani S, Maboya E and Gibango M. Obstetric intensive care admissions at a tertiary hospital in Limpopo Province, South Africa 2015; 31(1): 8-10
  24. Flinkenflögel M, Ogunbanjo G, Cubaka VK, and De Maeseneer J. Rwandan family medicine residents expanding their training into South Africa: the use of South -South medical electives in enhancing learning experiences 2015; 15(124): 1-7
  25. Omole OB and Ogunganjo GA. Postdural puncture headache: evidence-based review for primary care 2015; 1(1): 1-6
  26. Sein N and Tumbo J. Abdominal compartment syndrome complicating peptic ulcer disease 2015; 1(1): 1-4
  27. Adedeji AR, Tumbo J and Govender I, Adherence of doctors to a clinical guideline for hypertension in Bojanala district, North-West Province, South Africa 2015; 7(1): 1-6

Non-accredited Journals and Nonsubsidised Articles

  1. Lekala LM, Mavenyengwa RT, Moyo SR, Lebelo SL, Bolukaoto JY, Chukwu MO, Monyama CM, Nchabeleng M, Tshepuwane TC and Monokoane S, Risk factors associated with groupB streptococcus colonization and their effect on pregnancy outcome 2015; 3(6): 121-128
  2. Bassn W. Evaluation and exploration of the perceived value of the “Helping divorced parents to benefit adolescent children” programme 2015; 27(1): 44-65
  3. Guideline : Sofianos C, Oodit R, Folsher D, Potgieter A, Koto Z, Grobler S and Bougard H. Inguinal hernia guidelines 2015; 53(2): 73-80
  4. Case Report: Beker JHR, Koto MZ, Matsevych OY and Bida NM. Haemangiopericytoma/solitary fibrous tumour of the greater omentum 2015; 52(4): 111-113