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PHYSIOLOGIC FACTORS INFLUENCING EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDINGAMONG MOTHERSATTENDING HEALTH FACILITIESIN BUSHENYI DISTRICT,UGANDA.

Solomon Adomi Mbina1, Justin AtiangBeshel*2,3and Caroline Keburingi4 1Department of Public Health, School of Allied Health Sciences, Kampala International University, Western Campus, Uganda 2Department of Physiology, Faculty of Biomedical Sciences, Kampala International University, Western Campus, Uganda 3Department of Physiology, Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Calabar, Nigeria 4Faculty of Clinical Medicine and Dentistry, Kampala International University, Western Campus, Uganda

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Exclusive breastfeeding (EBF)is beneficial to infants and lactating mothers. This study sought to determine the level of exclusive breastfeeding compliance, and possiblephysiologic factorsinfluencing exclusive breastfeeding

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STUDY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF EROSION PROCESSES ON GRAY-BROWN SOILS IN SLOPE AREAS IN AZERBAIJAN AND MEASURES TO COMBAT IT

Prof. RANS ZH. Aliyev Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of ANAS

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The aim of the study is to study the intensification of erosion processes on gray-brown or gray-brown soils in the sown areas of mountainous agricultural land in the southeastern part of the Greater Caucasus, in particular

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ASSESSMENT OF THE ECOLOGICAL STATE OF WINTER PASTURES IN THE TERRITORY OF THE SHAMAKHI-GOBUSTAN ZONE OF AZERBAIJAN AND WAYS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS

Prof. D-r.Z.H. Aliyev Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of ANAS, Baku,

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natural and anthropogenic impacts of natural soil, grass cover and mainly pasture (degradation), degradation of desertification and degradation of forest ecosystems have led to a considerable sharp reduction in the feed base for animal husbandry development.

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SCIENTIFIC CONCEPT OF SOLVING VARIOUS AGRICULTURAL PROBLEMS IN AZERBAIJAN

Prof. akademian RAS B.H.Aliyev;d-r.,prof.RAE Aliev ZH Institute of Soil Science and Agrochemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan

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The total area of the republic is 8641500 hectares, of which 55 per cent of its ie 4,756,500 hectares, is made suitable for agriculture. or 16.6 percent of the total area of 1,432,600 hectares, or some, of the irrigated lands.1808400 hectares of the total balance of the land is one of arable land available for agriculture. It should be noted that of the 181,600 hectares of the total available arable land is under occupation by Armenian aggressors Used. 224,700 hectares of arable land, permanent crops, 117.6 thousand hectares of hayfields, pastures 2560.0 thousand hectares, 45.7 hectares of fallow areas. Domestic households 258100 hectares (227600 hectares of arable land), 1.0388 million hectares included in the proportion of forest plantations areas.

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IMPACT OF THE PROCESS OF EROSION ON THE PROPERTIES OF BLACK SOIL SOILS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN PARTS OF THE GREAT CAUCASUS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE UPPER SHIRVAN ZONE)

Dr. Prof. RANSAliyev Z.H. Institute of Erosion and Irrigation of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan-2017

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Shamakhi region, situating in south-east slope of Great Caucasian has 393, 3 thousand hectare area. The area of region is situated in 200-2500 m. height above seal level. As in all regions of Great Caucasian, this region is belonged to low mountainous zone, from geological and geomorphologic point of view. In soil formation process, rocks play a great role in formation of their fertility. When the rocks, rich with mineral elements are weathered in the region, absorbs into soil a great number of nourishment elements. A lot of potassium and other elements are absorbed into the structure of soils, of which hydromica arises from fieldspar, mica and slates. In mountainous part of the region, soil former rocks mainly consist of slates, marls and sandy.

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SEPTOPLASTY WITHOUT NASAL PACKING POST OPERATIVELY

Dr Tanvir Hussain, Dr Dakheelallah Almutairi, Dr Talal Alandejani, Dr Mohammad AlGarni,Dr Hadi Al-Hakami

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Objective: Objective of this study was to observe any complications which occurred in patients which underwent Septoplasty with postoperatively no nasal packing and also to know degree of pain in patients in which nasal packing was done.

Methodology and Method: This present research was carried out in King Abdul Aziz medical city Jeddah which involved 400 participants for the period between January 2015 and December 2017. The patients under research underwent Septoplasty without nasal packaging post operatively and was checked for any occurrences of complications. Prospective and comparatively study method was used in our research, patients were selected randomly. For pain patients were assessed on 0 to 10 scale. After Septoplasty quilting suture was applied to septum in all patients.

Result: Out of 400 patients only 2 patients need post-operative packing. The patients were very much satisfied with results post operatively in terms of nasal breathing and experienced no pain.

Conclusion: Our research established Septoplasty without nasal packaging post operatively could result no complications and with more patient satisfaction in long term

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