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Antiplasmodial activity of extracts of selected medicinal plants used by local communities in western Uganda for treatment of malaria
(African Journal of Ecology, 2007)
This study investigated the antiplasmodial activity of ten medicinal plants used to treat malaria in Southwestern Uganda. The study plants were Bothlioclines longpipes (Olive and Hiern), N.E.Br., Toddalia asiatica (L.) ...
Access and use of medicines information sources by physicians in public hospitals in Uganda: a cross-sectional survey
(African Health Sciences, 2008)
Background: Rational and cost-effective prescription of medicines requires up-to-date and readily accessible medicines information. There are several studies on availability and access to medicines information sources, ...
Acute toxicity effects of the methanolic extract of Fagara zanthoxyloides (Lam.) root-bark
(African Health Sciences, 2003)
Background: Fagara zanthoxyloides is a well known medicinal plant in Uganda. It is used extensively in malaria and other infections. However nothing is known about its toxicity. Objective: The objective of the study was ...