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Articles by Mohd Khanapi Abd Ghani
Total Records ( 2 ) for Mohd Khanapi Abd Ghani
  Raja Rina Raja Ikram and Mohd Khanapi Abd Ghani
  This study shall provide an overview of Traditional Malay Medicine in the Malaysian Healthcare System. A literature review was done from journal databases, identify miscellaneous books, publications and organisation websites that provide services related to traditional Malay medicine. The search generated 32 results from over 2000 articles screened using the inclusion criteria. Articles reviewed can be divided into a few characteristics including case study of usage of TMM herbs on clinical diseases, role of traditional Malay healers in society, society perception and acceptance towards Malay medicine and regulation requirements for complementary medicine. The results have been summarised and categorised according to the parameters of two models, the healthcare system framework and doctor patient consultation framework. Formal training of practitioners and future recommendations of the Traditional Malay Medicine industry is also discussed.
  Mohd Khanapi Abd Ghani , Mustafa Musa Jaber , Burhanuddin Mohd Aboobaider , Hanipah Hussin , Mohammed Abdulameer Mohammed , Noorayisahbe Mohd Yaacob and Hadi Danawi
  The health status of the Iraqi individuals has essentially declined in the course of recent decades. The under-five death rate is presently 44 for every 1000 live births with the larger part of these youngsters passing on from pneumonia, diarrheal sickness and untimely birth. The 1 Child unhealthiness has expanded consistently with occurrence of low conception weight surpassing 10%. Maternal death rates have expanded to 84 for every 100,000 live births as access to quality antenatal and safe conveyance administrations has declined. As the nation pushes ahead with adjustment and change, guaranteeing access to routine high quality and impartial medicinal services has risen as an issue need and the Government of Iraq (Goi) has reacted by replenishing its dedication to enhancing the nature of Primary Health Care (PHC) administrations. The main purpose of the study is to explain the problems facing by Iraqi’s and the approach to solve them in addition providing an appreciation of the health status of Iraqis.
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