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Nasio NA, Saidi H. "Effects of delayed treatment on perforated peptic ulcers at Kenyatta National Hospital." Annals of African Surgery. 2012;9:37-41 .
Nasio NA, Saidi H. "Perforated peptic ulcer disease at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi.". 2009. Abstract

Published reports on perforated peptic ulcers indicate increasing rates for the elderly, those chronically ill and females. Our local observations are at variance. This study analysed patients treated for peptic ulcer perforations at the Kenyatta National Hospital between January 2005 and December 2006 Perforated peptic ulcer disease is a disease of young males. Efforts to reduce delay in presentation in this population may reduce the complications

Nderitu J, Butt F SH. "Variations in the emergence and course of the inferior palpebral nerve." Craniomaxillofac Trauma Reconstr . 2014;7(3):233-6.
Nebayosi T, Saidi H MNBAEN. "Pancreatic Cancer.". In: National Guidelines for Cancer Management Kenya. Nairobi: Ministry of Heath, Kenya; 2013.
Njuguna E, Musibi A SWAHIA. "Gastric Cancer.". In: National Guidelines for Cancer Management Kenya,. Nairobi: Ministry of Health, Kenya; 2013.
Nyagetuba MJK, Saidi H, Githaiga J. "The association between pitch conditions and incidence of injury in rugby." Ann. Afr. Surg.. 2015;12(2):73-76.
Nyagetuba M, Saidi H, Githaiga JW. "Surveillance of injuries among Kenya rugby Union (KRU) players – season 2010." Annals of African Surgery. 2012;9(2):88-92. Abstract

Objective: To determine the incidence and characteristics of injury amongst Kenya rugby union players and associated factors.
Design: A whole population prospective cohort study.
Methods: 364 registered Kenya rugby union (KRU) players were studied
throughout the 2010 season. Data on their demographics, injury incidence, pattern and severity were gathered. The study tool used was the Rugby International Consensus Group (RICG) Statement.
Results: There were 173 backs and 191 forwards. One hundred and two
1 injuries for 60 league games (2400match player hours) were recorded. The incidence of injuries was 42.5/1000 match player hours (mph), (44.2 for forwards and 40.8 for backs). Lower limb injuries were the most common (41.2%). Players were most prone to injuries in the in tackle scenario (63.7%), at the beginning of the season (47.1%), and in
the last quarter (50%) of a game.
Conclusion: The injury incidence recorded contrast the earlier Kenyan
data but is comparable to international amateur level incidence, uniqueness of the Kenyan environment notwithstanding. The higher
rates associated with the tackle/tackled scenario, earlier part of the season and later part of the game, suggest interventions can target player conditioning, and use of protective gear.

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