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PNG Medical Journal 1999

Listed below are the issues of the PNG Medical journal published in 1999. Each hyperlink will download a PDF file containing the relevant article.

Papua New Guinea Medical Journal
ISSN 0031-1480
March/June 1999, Volume 42, Number 1-2

EDITOR: MICHAEL ALPERS

Editorial Committee

I. Kevau
G. Mola
S. Naraqi
A. Saweri
T. Taufa

Editorial Assistants: C. Leahy, N. Pomat

  • Registered at GPO, Port Moresby for transmission by Post as a Qualified Publication.
  • Printed by Bolton Inprint for the Medical Society of Papua New Guinea.
  • Authors preparing manuscripts for publication in the Journal should consult 'Information for Authors' inside back cover.

March/June 1999, Volume 42, Number 1-2

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL
Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine in Papua New Guinea: what can we expect, and how should we determine priority for child health interventions? T. Duke 1
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
Salinity tolerance of Anopheles farauti Laveran sensu stricto D. Bell, J. Bryan, A. Cameron, D. Foley and K.Pholsyna 5
Superior orbital fissure syndrome in a latent type 2 diabetic patient A.C. Cheng, A.K. Sinha and I.H. Kevau 10
Mortality rates and the utilization of health services during terminal illness in the Asaro Valley, Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea M. Kakazo, D. Lehmann, K. Coakley, H. Gratten, G. Saleu, J. Taime, I.D. Riley and M.P. Alpers 13
A familial cluster of Parkinsonís disease identified in Milne Bay Province, Papua New Guinea A. Vallely and M. Tetu 27
SPECIAL ARTICLE
Past and present research activities of the Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research M.P. Alpers 32
MEDLARS BIBLIOGRAPHY 52

Papua New Guinea Medical Journal
September-December 1999, Volume 42, Number 3-4

ISSN 0031-1480
September-December 1999, Volume 42, Number 3-4
EDITOR: MICHAEL ALPERS

Editorial Committee

I. Kevau G. Mola
S. Naraqi
A. Saweri
T. Taufa

Editorial Assistants: C. Leahy, N. Pomat

  • Registered at GPO, Port Moresby for transmission by Post as a Qualified Publication.
  • Printed by Bolton Inprint for the Medical Society of Papua New Guinea.
  • Authors preparing manuscripts for publication in the Journal should consult 'Information for Authors' inside back cover.

September-December 1999, Volume 42, Number 3-4

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL
Introduction of a new curriculum method of teaching known as problem-based learning to the University of Papua New Guinea Medical School M. Sapuri 59
ORIGINAL ARTICLES
A survey of pregnant women with tuberculosis at the Port Moresby General Hospital S. Heywood, A.B.Amoa, G.L. Mola and C.A. Klufio 63
Reporting of lactation and normal menstrual information by Papua New Guinean women G.L. Mola and A.B.Amoa 71
Malaria in pregnancy: getting to grips with a sticky problem J.C. Reeder 73
Traumatic false aneurysms in Port Moresby T. Haina, P. Ponifasio, O.J. Jacob and D.A.K. Watters 77
Review of cases of hyponatraemia in the Port Moresby General Hospital between August 1993 and June 1995 M. Kende, U. Ray and B. Hanhupa 84
Arterial oxygen saturation in healthy young infants in the highlands of Papua New Guinea G. Saleu, S.Lupiwa, A. Javati, P. Namuigi and D. Lehmann 90
Patterns of child growth in Papua New Guinea and their relation to environmental, dietary and socioeconomic factors further analyses of the 1982-1983 Papua New Guinea National Nutrition Survey I. Mueller and T.A. Smith 94
HLA-DQA1 genotyping by polymerase chain reaction-single-strand conformation polymorphism (PCR-SSCP) and restriction endonuclease digestion in Papua New Guinea D. Suarkia, C.S. Mgone, K. Bhatia and M.P. Alpers 114
BRIEF REPORT
The management of splenic trauma in patients with splenomegaly due to malaria D.A.K. Watters 124
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Snakebite and antivenene L. Calvert 126
MEDICAL RESEARCH PROJECTS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA 127
MEDLARS BIBLIOGRAPHY 129

 
   

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