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Abstract

STUDY OF THE SPREAD OF MEASLES IN NGELWANDE CITY USING MODLING OF ORDINARDY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS.

Musa Mallam Adamu, Abdulaziz B. M. Hamed*, Ibrahim O. A. Albudawe and Ibrahim Yuosif I. Abad Alrhaman

ABSTRACT

Despite the availability of the measles vaccine since 1963, the infectious disease is stile endemic in many parts of world including developed countries and continued causing economic and health problems. Due to these impacts, the study addressed mathematical model technique using first order differential equation in order to demonstrate the spread of measles disease among unvaccinated populations in host communities. The model provides much insight into the dynamic of disease epidemics and spread within a host population. It found that, the first order differential equation will define and represent the spread of measles in host communities. It's worth mentioning, all these information will help the decision makers about public health policies.

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