Tag: Senegal

Malaria in Children in Guediawaye, Senegal: A Retrospective Study

Despite Senegal’s efforts, malaria remains one of the leading causes of infant and child mortality. In Senegal, the epidemiological profile of malaria is linked to climatic conditions that can influence mosquito abundance and survival. The goal of this research is to describe the epidemiological, clinical, paraclinical, therapeutic, and evolutionary aspects of malaria in children in […]

A Cross-Sectional Study Based on Near-Road Exposure to Air Pollution and Allergic Rhinitis among Vendors in Dakar, Senegal

Introduction: One of the most common causes of allergic rhinitis is the work environment. The majority of vendors in Dakar operate in areas close to heavily travelled highways, exposing them to higher levels of pollution. In this analysis, the prevalence of allergic rhinitis and its risk factors were calculated in these vendors. Methods: A cross-sectional […]

Domestic Violence in Senegal: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study

Introduction: The under-denunciation remains shrill among victims linked to socio-cultural constraints in the face of the predominance of domestic abuse. A descriptive analysis of the epidemiological and clinical dimensions of domestic violence and the experiences of victims in Senegal is the purpose of this research. Methodology: A mixed procedure was done. The information was compiled […]

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