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|Medico-Spiritual Center, West Africa|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: Primary Health Care|
|Diabetes was defined, Diabetes or poly-polydipsic syndrome in modern medicine which refers to a syndrome characterized by an increase in urine production, necessarily accompanied by excessive thirst by traditional black healers as a disease of abundant urine, dry mouth, itching and visual impairment. In olden days The diagnosis was always made by a gathering of red ants (formica rufa) and bees (apis mellifera) on the urine emitted on an impermeable place in the morning when, in the evening, it was these two insects that alerted the patient and his entourage. It was not until the arrival of the Christian missionaries to define. Diabetes or poly-polydipsic syndrome in modern medicine which refers to a syndrome characterized by an increase in urine production, necessarily accompanied by excessive thirst. In research, it was noted that plants can help in the treatment of type 2 recommendation diabeties. AT. 1) Respect of the diet (without sugar), 2) Balanced food, 3) In sauce the leaves solanum nodiflora family solanaceous leaf 150 to 200g / day to prepare with the decoction of yilitigi 20 to 30g In maceration.|
Sylvain haba Admission to Bachelor in 1984, orientation to school nurses 1985-88. 1989- 1997 Internship in a medical post in Sebetere Gaoual Prefecture. 1992- 1993 remote training on medical semology. In 1998 admitted to the public service test. 2004-2005 training in traditional medicine in DR Congo. Back Guinea in 2006 establishment of the Medico-Spiritual Center Tradi koumi Talitha (Marc5: 41-42) to (Labe) Guinea. 2008 Transfer of the center in Conakry.
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