Vol 7: Low serum vitamin B12 levels among psychiatric patients admitted in Butabika mental hospital in Uganda.Report as inadecuate



 Vol 7: Low serum vitamin B12 levels among psychiatric patients admitted in Butabika mental hospital in Uganda.


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This article is from BMC Research Notes, volume 7.AbstractBackground: Psychiatric manifestations have been noted in patients with low serum vitamin B12 levels even in the absence of other neurologic and-or haematologic abnormalities. There is no literature on low serum B12 prevalence among Ugandans with psychiatric illnesses. The aim of this study was to establish the prevalence, risk factors, and clinical manifestations of low serum vitamin B12 among psychiatric patients admitted in a Mental Health Hospital in Uganda. Method: Using a cross sectional descriptive study design, 280 in-patients selected by systematic sampling were studied using a standardized protocol. Low serum vitamin B12 was defined as a level 



Author: Ssonko, Michael; Ddungu, Henry; Musisi, Seggane

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