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Menstrual abnormality, maternal illiteracy, and household factors as main predictors of anemia among adolescent girls in Ethiopia: Systematic review and meta-analysis

Fitsum Endale, Demelash Woldeyohannes, Fanuel Belayneh, Aiggan Tamene, Aklilu Habte, Addisalem Gizachew, Dawit Sulamo, Yohannes Kebede, Janet Yohannes, Tadesse Mekonen & Denebo Akiso
Background:Adolescent girls are more likely to develop anemia as a result of physical and physiological changes that place a greater strain on their nutritional needs. Primary studies, on the other hand, may not be sufficient to provide a complete picture of anemia in adolescent girls and its major risk factors.Objective:The study aimed to describe the pooled prevalence of adolescent girls’ anemia and the factors that contribute.Methods:We conducted a systematic review of observational studies using the...

Phosphorus sorption and external phosphorus requirement of soils: the Case of Metahara Sugar Estate, Ethiopia.

Fekadu Fanjana , Wassie Haile & Gashaw Mitike
Low availability of P limits crop production in the Ethiopian soils. There are many reasons for low P availability to soil. One of them is sorption. Soil phosphorus sorption and supply characteristics of the Metahara Sugar Estate soils were investigated using soil samples collected from soil fertility Class I, Class II and Class III of the farms. In this sorption study, three grams of soil from each sample was equilibrated with 30 ml of 0.01...

Additional file 1 of Land use land cover change in and around Chebera Churchura National Park, Southwestern Ethiopia: implications for management effectiveness

Temesgen Yadeta, Zewdu Kelkay Tessema, Fanuel Kebede, Girma Mengesha & Addisu Asefa
Additional file 1. Appendix A. Satellite image downloaded for the land cover analysis. Appendix B. Error matrix of park area land use land covers classification of the year (a) 1985, (b) 1991, (c) 2000, (d) 2010, (e) 2020.

sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221140778 – Supplemental material for Sero-prevalence and associated factors of hepatitis B virus among pregnant women in Hawassa city public hospitals, Southern Ethiopia: Cross-sectional study design

Birku Kassaw, Netsanet Abera, Tegene Legesse, Alemu Workineh & Gizachew Ambaw
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221140778 for Sero-prevalence and associated factors of hepatitis B virus among pregnant women in Hawassa city public hospitals, Southern Ethiopia: Cross-sectional study design by Birku Kassaw, Netsanet Abera, Tegene Legesse, Alemu Workineh and Gizachew Ambaw in SAGE Open Medicine

sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221138324 – Supplemental material for Comparison of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology and Histopathology in the diagnosis of lymph node pathologies at health facilities located in Hawassa: A 5-year retrospective study

Endeshaw Taye, Musa Mohammed Ali, Alemeyehu Toma & Alemwosen Teklehaimanot
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221138324 for Comparison of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology and Histopathology in the diagnosis of lymph node pathologies at health facilities located in Hawassa: A 5-year retrospective study by Endeshaw Taye, Musa Mohammed Ali, Alemeyehu Toma and Alemwosen Teklehaimanot in SAGE Open Medicine

sj-docx-2-whe-10.1177_17455057221129398 – Supplemental material for Menstrual abnormality, maternal illiteracy, and household factors as main predictors of anemia among adolescent girls in Ethiopia: Systematic review and meta-analysis

Fitsum Endale, Demelash Woldeyohannes, Fanuel Belayneh, Aiggan Tamene, Aklilu Habte, Addisalem Gizachew, Dawit Sulamo, Yohannes Kebede, Janet Yohannes, Tadesse Mekonen & Denebo Akiso
Supplemental material, sj-docx-2-whe-10.1177_17455057221129398 for Menstrual abnormality, maternal illiteracy, and household factors as main predictors of anemia among adolescent girls in Ethiopia: Systematic review and meta-analysis by Fitsum Endale, Demelash Woldeyohannes, Fanuel Belayneh, Aiggan Tamene, Aklilu Habte, Addisalem Gizachew, Dawit Sulamo, Yohannes Kebede, Janet Yohannes, Tadesse Mekonen and Denebo Akiso in Women’s Health

Additional file 1 of Health-related quality of life among postpartum women with preeclampsia, southern Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study

Birhanu Jikamo, Mulat Adefris, Telake Azale & Kassahun Alemu
Additional file 1: Table S1. additional results reported by each item in the supplementary document.

Antenatal care utilization and compliance with national and WHO guidelines in rural Ethiopia: a cohort study

Meselech Roro, Wakgari Deressa & Bernt Lindtjørn
Abstract Background Antenatal health care utilization has the potential to influence maternal and new-born health. In this study, we assessed compliance of antenatal care utilization with national and World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines. We also examined association of antenatal care utilization with adverse pregnancy outcomes as secondary outcome. Methods This was a community-based cross sectional study conducted from July 2016 to November 2017 in rural south-central Ethiopia. We described antenatal care received by pregnant women,...

Additional file 1 of An examination of the association between marital status and prenatal mental disorders using linked health administrative data

Asres Bedaso, Jon Adams, Wenbo Peng, Fenglian Xu & David Sibbritt
Additional file 1.

Sero-prevalence and associated factors of hepatitis B virus among pregnant women in Hawassa city public hospitals, Southern Ethiopia: Cross-sectional study design

Birku Kassaw, Netsanet Abera, Tegene Legesse, Alemu Workineh & Gizachew Ambaw
Objective:This study aimed to determine the prevalence and identify associated factors of hepatitis B virus infection among pregnant women attending antenatal care (ANC) follow-up.Methods:An institution-based cross-sectional study was conducted from March 04 to April 03, 2020. A total of 381 women were selected using systematic random sampling after every two consecutive women. Structured and interviewer administered questionnaire was used to collect the data. A 2 ml of venous blood sample was drawn from each participant....

sj-docx-3-whe-10.1177_17455057221129398 – Supplemental material for Menstrual abnormality, maternal illiteracy, and household factors as main predictors of anemia among adolescent girls in Ethiopia: Systematic review and meta-analysis

Fitsum Endale, Demelash Woldeyohannes, Fanuel Belayneh, Aiggan Tamene, Aklilu Habte, Addisalem Gizachew, Dawit Sulamo, Yohannes Kebede, Janet Yohannes, Tadesse Mekonen & Denebo Akiso
Supplemental material, sj-docx-3-whe-10.1177_17455057221129398 for Menstrual abnormality, maternal illiteracy, and household factors as main predictors of anemia among adolescent girls in Ethiopia: Systematic review and meta-analysis by Fitsum Endale, Demelash Woldeyohannes, Fanuel Belayneh, Aiggan Tamene, Aklilu Habte, Addisalem Gizachew, Dawit Sulamo, Yohannes Kebede, Janet Yohannes, Tadesse Mekonen and Denebo Akiso in Women’s Health

Additional file 1 of Antenatal care utilization and compliance with national and WHO guidelines in rural Ethiopia: a cohort study

Meselech Roro, Wakgari Deressa & Bernt Lindtjørn
Additional file 1: Supplementary Table 1. Antenatal care utilization by study villages (kebele) in Adami Tullu district, 2018. Supplementary Table 2. Antenatal care utilization by sociodemographic characteristics in Adami Tullu district, 2018. Supplementary Table 3. Binary logistic regression for ANC utilization with adverse pregnancy outcome (n = 704), Adami Tullu district, 2018.

The legacy of recurrent introgression during the radiation of hares

Mafalda S. Ferreira, Matthew R. Jones, Colin M. Callahan, Liliana Farelo, Zelalem Tolesa, Franz Suchentrunk, Pierre Boursot, L. Scott Mills, Paulo C. Alves, Jeffrey M. Good & José Melo-Ferreira
Hybridization may often be an important source of adaptive variation, but the extent and long-term impacts of introgression have seldom been evaluated in the phylogenetic context of a radiation. Hares (Lepus) represent a widespread mammalian radiation of 32 extant species characterized by striking ecological adaptations and recurrent admixture. To understand the relevance of introgressive hybridization during the diversification of Lepus, we analyzed whole exome sequences (61.7 Mb) from 15 species of hares (1- 4 individuals...

Data from: Some of supporting data for attitude of respondents towards wildlife conservation

Zelalem Temesgen, Girma Mengesha & Tefera B. Endalamaw
The study was conducted between September 2018 and March 2019 to investigate the nature and extent of human-wildlife conflict (HWC) in the surrounding area of Alage College, the Central Rift Valley of Ethiopia and to assess the perception of the local people to wildlife. For data collection, a total of 140 household heads were selected randomly for interviews from nine villages using structured and semi-structured questionnaires. Moreover, focus group discussion, key informant interviews, and personal...

An examination of the association between marital status and prenatal mental disorders using linked health administrative data

Asres Bedaso, Jon Adams, Wenbo Peng, Fenglian Xu & David Sibbritt
Abstract Background International research shows marital status impacts the mental health of pregnant women, with prenatal depression and anxiety being higher among non-partnered women. However, there have been few studies examining the relationship between marital status and prenatal mental disorders among Australian women. Methods This is a population-based retrospective cohort study using linked data from the New South Wales (NSW) Perinatal Data Collection (PDC) and Admitted Patients Data Collection (APDC). The cohort consists of a...

Land use land cover change in and around Chebera Churchura National Park, Southwestern Ethiopia: implications for management effectiveness

Temesgen Yadeta, Zewdu Kelkay Tessema, Fanuel Kebede, Girma Mengesha & Addisu Asefa
Abstract Background Land use-land cover change (LULCC) resulting from anthropogenic activities has been one of the major causes of loss of biodiversity globally. Thus, understanding the dynamics of such LULCC, especially within protected areas, is important to assess their past-present management effectiveness, identify the driving forces and assist future implementation of mitigation measures. The objectives of this study, based on satellite images analysis, were to examine and describe patterns of LULCC within and in the...

Additional file 1 of Health-related quality of life among postpartum women with preeclampsia, southern Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study

Birhanu Jikamo, Mulat Adefris, Telake Azale & Kassahun Alemu
Additional file 1: Table S1. additional results reported by each item in the supplementary document.

Health-related quality of life among postpartum women with preeclampsia, southern Ethiopia: a prospective cohort study

Birhanu Jikamo, Mulat Adefris, Telake Azale & Kassahun Alemu
Abstract Background Preeclampsia affects the health of the mother and the fetus during pregnancy and childbirth. To date, little is known about the impact of preeclampsia on postpartum health-related to quality of life (HRQoL) in the Sidama region of southern Ethiopia. This study aimed to measure the HRQoL and its contributing factors among postpartum women with preeclampsia in the Sidama region. Methods A prospective cohort study was conducted by enrolling pregnant women at ≥20 weeks...

Comparison of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology and Histopathology in the diagnosis of lymph node pathologies at health facilities located in Hawassa: A 5-year retrospective study

Endeshaw Taye, Musa Mohammed Ali, Alemeyehu Toma & Alemwosen Teklehaimanot
Objective:The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology in the diagnosis of lymph node pathologies in comparison with Histopathologic examination.Methods:A retrospective health facility-based cross-sectional study was carried out at health facilities located in Hawassa city among 101 patients who had both Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology and Histopathologic examination on the same site from 13 September 2016 to 30 August 2021. Background data were collected using a structured questionnaire...

sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221140778 – Supplemental material for Sero-prevalence and associated factors of hepatitis B virus among pregnant women in Hawassa city public hospitals, Southern Ethiopia: Cross-sectional study design

Birku Kassaw, Netsanet Abera, Tegene Legesse, Alemu Workineh & Gizachew Ambaw
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221140778 for Sero-prevalence and associated factors of hepatitis B virus among pregnant women in Hawassa city public hospitals, Southern Ethiopia: Cross-sectional study design by Birku Kassaw, Netsanet Abera, Tegene Legesse, Alemu Workineh and Gizachew Ambaw in SAGE Open Medicine

Data from: Ecology and genomics of an important crop wild relative as a prelude to agricultural innovation

Eric J. B. Von Wettberg, Peter L Chang, Fatma Başdemir, Noelia Carrasquila-Garcia, Lijalem Korbu, Susan M. Moenga, Gashaw Bedada, Alex Greenlon, Ken S. Moriuchi, Vasantika Suryawanshi, Matilde A Cordeiro, Nina V. Noujdina, Kassaye Negash Dinegde, Syed Gul Abbas Shah Sani, Tsegaye Getahun, Lisa Vance, Emily Bergmann, Donna Lindsay, Bullo Erena Mamo, Emily J. Warschefsky, Emmanuel Dacosta-Calheiros, Edward Marques, Mustafa Abdullah Yilmaz, Ahmet Murat Cakmak, Janna Rose … & Douglas R. Cook
Domesticated species are impacted in unintended ways during domestication and breeding. Changes in the nature and intensity of selection impart genetic drift, reduce diversity, and increase the frequency of deleterious alleles. Such outcomes constrain our ability to expand the cultivation of crops into environments that differ from those under which domestication occurred. We address this need in chickpea, an important pulse legume, by harnessing the diversity of wild crop relatives. We document an extreme domestication-related...

Location and plant spacing affect biomass yield and nutritional value of pigeon pea forage

Mekonen Tefera, Tolera Adugna, Nurfeta Ajebu, Bradford Barry & Mekasha Aklilu
An experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of row spacing (RS) and interplant spacing (IPS) on the yield of total biomass, leaf, and edible twigs, and nutritive value of pigeon pea,(Cajanus cajan L. Millsp.) at three locations in the Rift Valley area of Ethiopia, using a randomized completed block design with three replications in 3 × 3 factorial arrangement; three RS ( 25, 50, and 75 cm) and three IPS (15, 30, and 45...

Additional file 1 of An examination of the association between marital status and prenatal mental disorders using linked health administrative data

Asres Bedaso, Jon Adams, Wenbo Peng, Fenglian Xu & David Sibbritt
Additional file 1.

An examination of the association between marital status and prenatal mental disorders using linked health administrative data

Asres Bedaso, Jon Adams, Wenbo Peng, Fenglian Xu & David Sibbritt
Abstract Background International research shows marital status impacts the mental health of pregnant women, with prenatal depression and anxiety being higher among non-partnered women. However, there have been few studies examining the relationship between marital status and prenatal mental disorders among Australian women. Methods This is a population-based retrospective cohort study using linked data from the New South Wales (NSW) Perinatal Data Collection (PDC) and Admitted Patients Data Collection (APDC). The cohort consists of a...

sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221138324 – Supplemental material for Comparison of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology and Histopathology in the diagnosis of lymph node pathologies at health facilities located in Hawassa: A 5-year retrospective study

Endeshaw Taye, Musa Mohammed Ali, Alemeyehu Toma & Alemwosen Teklehaimanot
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-smo-10.1177_20503121221138324 for Comparison of Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology and Histopathology in the diagnosis of lymph node pathologies at health facilities located in Hawassa: A 5-year retrospective study by Endeshaw Taye, Musa Mohammed Ali, Alemeyehu Toma and Alemwosen Teklehaimanot in SAGE Open Medicine

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