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Additional file 2 of Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Additional file 2. Methodological quality assessment of individual studies.

Additional file 3 of Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Additional file 3. Risk of bias assessed for the included individual studies.

Additional file 6 of Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Additional file 6. Funnel plot for publication bias.

Additional file 6 of Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Additional file 6. Funnel plot for publication bias.

sj-pdf-1-imr-10.1177_03000605221130015 - Supplemental material for Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study

Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera & Abel Tibebu Goshu
Supplemental material, sj-pdf-1-imr-10.1177_03000605221130015 for Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study by Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera, Abel Tibebu Goshu in Journal of International Medical Research

Disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth in public health facilities of Eastern Ethiopia: a multicenter cross-sectional study

Sintayehu Gebregziabher, Behailu Hawulte, Legesse Abera & Abel Tibebu Goshu
ObjectiveWe assessed the magnitude of disrespect and abuse experienced by women giving birth at public health facilities in Dire Dawa, Eastern Ethiopia.MethodsWe conducted a facility-based quantitative cross-sectional study in Dire Dawa City Administration from 21 October to 8 December 2020. We used a pre-tested structured questionnaire to interview 555 randomly selected women who gave birth in public health facilities during the study period. Bivariate and multivariate logistic regression analysis was performed in statistical analysis.ResultsAmong 555...

Factors associated with uncontrolled asthma among adult asthmatic patients in eastern Ethiopia: A multicenter study

Helina Heluf, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Abel Tibebu Goshu, Gelana Fekadu, Lemesa Abdisa & Dawit Tamiru
Objective:Asthma is a major public health problem worldwide. Despite various attempts, it is still uncontrolled in most parts of the world. Moreover, it is contributing to the national and global burden of non-communicable diseases. Studying factors associated with uncontrolled asthma in different parts of Ethiopia is crucial to control the disease and improving the quality of life of asthmatic patients. Thus, this study aimed to determine the factors associated with uncontrolled asthma among adult asthmatic...

Factors associated with uncontrolled asthma among adult asthmatic patients in eastern Ethiopia: A multicenter study

Helina Heluf, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Abel Tibebu Goshu, Gelana Fekadu, Lemesa Abdisa & Dawit Tamiru
Objective:Asthma is a major public health problem worldwide. Despite various attempts, it is still uncontrolled in most parts of the world. Moreover, it is contributing to the national and global burden of non-communicable diseases. Studying factors associated with uncontrolled asthma in different parts of Ethiopia is crucial to control the disease and improving the quality of life of asthmatic patients. Thus, this study aimed to determine the factors associated with uncontrolled asthma among adult asthmatic...

Workplace violence and its associated factors among nurses working in public hospitals of eastern Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study

Henok Legesse, Nega Assefa, Dejene Tesfaye, Simon Birhanu, Seid Tesi, Fenta Wondimneh & Agumasie Semahegn
Abstract Background Workplace violence is one of the global health concerns. Although nurses are the backbone of the health care provision, they are highly subjected to workplace violence in healthcare. Nevertheless, there is a paucity of evidence on the extent of workplace violence against nurses in Ethiopia in general and Eastern Ethiopia in particular. Hence, this study aimed to assess the extent of workplace violence against nurses and its associated factors among nurse professionals working...

Additional file 1 of Severe acute malnutrition’s recovery rate still below the minimum standard: predictors of time to recovery among 6- to 59-month-old children in the healthcare setting of Southwest Ethiopia

Seyum Ebissa Eyi, Gebiso Roba Debele, Efrem Negash, Kebebe Bidira, Debela Tarecha, Kabtamu Nigussie, Mohammedamin Hajure, Mohammedjud Hassen Ahmed & Bilisumamulifna Tefera Kefeni
Additional file 1. Model diagnostics for predictors of time to recovery from SAM among age 6-59 months children admitted at TFC of Southwest Ethiopia.

Additional file 2 of Prevalence and incidence of carbapenem-resistant K. pneumoniae colonization: systematic review and meta-analysis

Tewodros Tesfa, Habtamu Mitiku, Mekuria Edae & Nega Assefa
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Application of the gold standard direct observation tool to estimate hand hygiene compliance among healthcare providers in Dessie referral hospital, Northeast Ethiopia

Gashaw Tesfaye, Mesfin Gebrehiwot, Haileyesus Girma, Asmamaw Malede, Kefelegn Bayu & Metadel Adane
This study aims to assess hand hygiene compliance and associated factors among healthcare providers in Dessie referral hospital (Ethiopia) using the gold standard WHO’s observational checklist and self-administered questionnaire. Hand hygiene practices of 230 healthcare providers from ten hospital wards were observed over 24 hours period. The required numbers of sample were proportionally allocated among the different professions and wards. The overall observed hand hygiene compliance was only 17.6%. Hand hygiene training , availability of...

Food taboos among pregnant women and associated factors in eastern Ethiopia: A community-based cross-sectional study

Wbalem Amare, Abera Kenay Tura, Agumasie Semahegn & Kedir Teji Roba
Objective:The main aim of this study was to assess food taboos and associated factors among pregnant women in eastern Ethiopia.Methods:A community-based cross-sectional study was conducted among randomly selected 422 pregnant women at Haramaya Demographic Surveillance System from Haramaya District, eastern Ethiopia. Data on sociodemographic conditions, the presence of food taboos, and perceived reasons were collected using the face-to-face interview method by trained data collectors through arranged home visits. Collected data were entered into EpiData 3.1...

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.

Rifampicin resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis and associated factors among presumptive pulmonary tuberculosis patients in Mogadishu, Somalia

Mohamed Muhumed Ali, Fitsum Weldegebreal, Getachew Kabew & Kedir Urgesa
Background:Multi-drug resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a growing public health problem in developing countries including Somalia. Although, the prevalence of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis among new and retreated cases is high, data on GeneXpert- Mycobacterium tuberculosis/rifampicin-resistant assay, which is a surrogate marker for multidrug resistance, is not well explored in Mogadishu.Objectives:To determine the prevalence of rifampicin-resistant Mycobacterium tuberculosis and its associated factors among presumptive pulmonary tuberculosis patients visiting tuberculosis centers in Mogadishu, Somalia.Methods:A multicenter cross-sectional study was...

In-hospital mortality from acute coronary syndrome in Africa: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Fuad Adem, Semir Abdi, Firehiwot Amare & Mohammed A Mohammed
Objective:There is an increasing recognition of the burden of cardiovascular disease in Africa. However, little is known about the pooled prevalence of acute coronary syndrome (ACS)-associated in-hospital mortality and contributing factors.Methods:PubMed, Medline, Embase, Web of Science (Core Collection), and supplementary sources including Google Scholar, World Cat, Research Gate, and Cochrane Library were searched. Chi-square test and I2-statistic were used to assess heterogeneity. Egger’s and Begg’s tests and funnel plots were used to assess publication bias....

Immediate postpartum intrauterine contraceptive device utilization and associated factors among women who gave birth in public health facilities of Adama town, Ethiopia

Etenat Aemro, Meyrema Abdo, Alem Deksisa, Afework Alemayehu, Teshale Mulatu, Tahir Ahmed Hassen, Alemayehu Molla & Kedir Teji Roba
Objectives:The evidence on utilization of immediate postpartum intrauterine contraceptive devices (IPPIUCDs) and its associated factors are limited in Ethiopia. Hence, this study intended to assess IPPIUCD utilization and related factors among women who gave birth in Adama town public hospitals, Ethiopia.Method:A facility-based cross-sectional study was done among 493 postpartum mothers at selected government health facilities in Adama town from January 20 to February 20, 2021. All women who gave birth in selected government health facilities...

Data from: Carbon sequestration and soil restoration potential of grazing lands under exclosure management in a semi-arid environment of northern Ethiopia

Tsegay Gebregergs, Zewdu K. Tessema, Negasi Solomon & Emiru Birhane
Exclosures are used to regenerate native vegetation as a way to reduce soil erosion, increase rain water infiltration and provide fodder and woody biomass in degraded grazing lands. Therefore, this study assessed the impact of grazing exclosure on vegetation biomass, carbon sequestration and soil nutrients under five and ten years of grazing exclosures and freely grazed areas in Tigray, northern Ethiopia. Vegetation biomass, carbon stocks and soil nutrients increased with increasing grazing exclusion. However, open...

Data from: Ethnobotany of stinging nettle (Urtica simensis Hochst. ex. A. Rich.) in the Oromia region of central and southeastern highlands of Ethiopia

Tigist Tadesse Shonte & Kebede Woldetsadik
The data was generated to document ethnobotanical uses of U. simensis and the associated traditional knowledge of the indigenous people and to identify the factors limiting harvesting and utilization of stinging nettle in North Shewa (R4), Bale and Arsi zones of the Oromia region, central and southeastern highlands of Ethiopia. Thirteen districts were purposively selected from the three zones and a total of 130 respondents were sampled, with consideration of gender, age, occupation, and wealth...

InnovAfrica project baseline survey data for Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, South Africa and Tanzania

Ahmad Athman, Alice Murage, Anne Gichangi, Bosena Tegegne, David Banda, Donald Njarui, Elias Gichangi, Esther Bloem, Felix Nandonde, Feyisa Hundessa, Harald Puhl, Jacqueline Tuyisenge, Jessica Ndubi, Kenneth Mapunda, Laifolo Dakishoni, Leonidas Dusengemungu, Lindumusa Myeni, Lizzie Shumba, Mangani Katundu, Mengistu Ketema, Mokhele Moeletsi, Mufunanji Magalasi, Mulalo Thavhana, Mupenzi Mutimura, Mwangi Gatheru … & Sita Ghimire
A data set was generated thorugh surveys to establish a baseline inforamtion for a project entitled "Innovations in Technology, Institutional and Extension Approaches towards Sustainable Agriculture and enhanced Food and Nutrition Security in Africa (Acronym - InnovAfrica)". The InnovAfrica is a consortium of 16 institutions comprising five institutions from Europe and eleven institutions from Africa and the project was implemented in six countries of eastern and southern Africa namely Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, South Africa...

Additional file 1 of Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Additional file 1. Completed PRISMA checklist.

Additional file 3 of Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Additional file 3. Risk of bias assessed for the included individual studies.

Additional file 1 of Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Additional file 1. Completed PRISMA checklist.

Non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Dumessa Edessa, Nega Assefa, Yadeta Dessie, Fekede Asefa, Girmaye Dinsa & Lemessa Oljira
Abstract Background Non-prescribed antibiotic use is an emerging risky practice around the globe. An inappropriate use involving nonprescription access is one cause of the rapid increase in antibiotic resistance. Children commonly encounter many self-limiting illnesses for which they frequently use antibiotics without prescription. However, no specific and conclusive evidence exists to inform actions against this unsafe practice. We thus aimed to estimate the pooled proportion of non-prescribed antibiotic use for children at community levels in...

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...

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