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Journal of Nursing & Care
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24th Global Nursing & Healthcare
March 01-02, 2017 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Sylvain Haba
Center of Medical Care, Guinea
ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Nurs Care
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1168.C1.040
In Guinea, the health system was unreliable, its fragility rapidly favored the spread of EBOLA, but prevention by vaccinations was essential, health education was not respected because of tradition and certain practices Religious and traditional (insufficient vaccination coverage for fear of AIDS, excision, tattooing, polygamy, illiteracy, lack of communication, lack of hygiene, no information for health, Alcohol and smoking).Many unhealed patients in hospitals are sometimes abandoned to themselves either because of high fees for care or lack of appropriate proper treatment on everything in mental patients or HIV and congenital diseases. The lack of the educational system generally worsens the improvement of certain critical areas. The Talitha-koumi center of which I am the leader uses his means to help some using modern medicine, traditional medicine using plants, and animal substances by asking God's grace for the healing of those who turn to This center. These patients are chained because of their agitation, their violence, the attempts to flee. The elderly generally suffer from complications of high blood pressure, diabetes, syphilis, meningitis, HIV, eclampsia. Children, sativa canabis, alcohol, tobacco, cocaine, HIV.

Sylvain Haba was born on July 10/1963 in Kpoulo (Region of N'Zérékoré). He is the father of three children. He took admission to the baccalaureate in 1984, guidance for school nurses during 1985-88. He has done internships during 1989- 1997 in a medical post in Sebtete Prefecture of Gaoual and during 1992-1993 distance education on medical semiology.In 1998 he was admitted for service to the public service and during 2004-2005 Traditional medicine training in DR Congo. He returned to Guinea in 2006 creation of the Center of medical care, traditional spiritual Talithakoumi in (Labe) Guinea. In 2008 he got transferred from the center to Conakry.

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