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Age distribution of patients with wounds attending hospitals in ondo state

Age distribution of patients with wounds attending hospitals in ondo state

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... age distribution of patients with wounds is presented in Table 1. The highest age group of patients with wounds that visited government hospitals was 50-69 years with 41.0%, while the least age range was ˂ 12 year old in the course of the research. ...
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... percent (4.0%) of the patients with wounds were on diabetes drug while 0.5% of the patients with wounds were not on diabetes drug. Patients with wounds currently on traditional herb is presented in Table 13. Thirty-six-point-five percent (36.5%) of the wound attending government hospitals patient takes traditional herb while 63.5% of the patients with wounds did not takes traditional herb at all. ...
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... percent (36.5%) of the wound attending government hospitals patient takes traditional herb while 63.5% of the patients with wounds did not takes traditional herb at all. Table 14 shows how frequent patients with wounds attending government hospitals in Ondo State take traditional herb. It was observed that 16.8% of the patients with wounds takes alcohol regularly, 19.8% takes alcohol occasionally while 63.5% of the patients with wounds did not takes traditional herb at all. ...
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... was observed that 16.8% of the patients with wounds takes alcohol regularly, 19.8% takes alcohol occasionally while 63.5% of the patients with wounds did not takes traditional herb at all. Table 15 shows patients with wounds diagnose with obesity attending government hospitals in Ondo State. None of the patients with wounds was diagnose with obesity in the course of the research. ...

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