Browsing Obstetrics and Gynaecology- Scholarly Publications by Issue Date

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  • Genital Injuries in Civil Urban Population 

    Osegbe, D.N; Ekeke, O.N; Ukpong, A.E; Kanu, O.O; Ogunbamise, O.O; Adegbola, O. (Lagos Journal of Surgery- Department of Surgery, College of Medicine, University of Lagos, 1999)
    To assess the pattern of genital injuries in an urban Nigeria population, 34 evaluable patients managed in our service in the past 5 years were studied. The patients were young and there was a strong male preponderance (1 ...
  • Africa can solve its own health problems. Africa needs less globalisation and more real assistance 

    Afolabi, B.B. (BMJ, 2002)
    The article by Holmes and the accompanying commentaries essentially aim to explore the evidence for the efficacy and effectiveness of the psychotherapies and how this should be applied in everyday clini≠cal practice.1It ...
  • Instrumental deliveries and outcome in a British district general hospital 

    Afolabi, B.B. (Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine, 2002)
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  • Insulin Response to Oral 50gms glucose load Screening for gestational diabetes mellitus 

    Adegbola, O; Banmeke, A; Ajayi, G.O. (Nigerian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2003)
    Objective : To study the insulin response to oral 50 grammes glucose load DESIGN: Cohort Study. Setting: Antenatal patients of Lagos University Teaching Hospital. Subjects: Women with abnormal response to 50 grammes ...
  • Medical Informatics in Clinical Practice: An Overview 

    Okoromah, C.N.; Afolabi, B.B. (Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine, 2003)
    Health and patients care is data intensive and involves a wide spectrum of information and often may involve input from other clinical departments and ancillary of clinical support department. For efficient care patients ...
  • Telemedicine: Definition, Benefits and Limitations 

    Okoromah, C.N.; Afolabi, B.B. (Nigerian Quarterly Journal of Hospital Medicine, 2003)
    Advances in information and telecommunication technology have brought about new opportunities and capabilities to the delivery of health care services, but these are not without limitations and threats. Telemedicine ...
  • Spinal and general anaesthesia for emergency caesarean section: effects on neonatal Apgar score and maternal haematocrit 

    Afolabi, B.B.; Kaka, A.A. (Niger Postgrad Med J, 2003)
    This is a prospective comparative study to determine the effect of the type of anaesthesia used for emergency Caesarean section on neonatal and maternal outcome. The patients were recruited into the study after being given ...
  • Maternal Mortality in Africa 

    ADEGBOLA, O; Oye-Adeniran, B.A; Igwillo, C (Friary Press Dorchester UK, 2003-03)
  • Glucose and Insulin in amniotic fluid in Nigerian Women 

    Ajayi, G.O; Omilabu, S.A; Oshundiya O.O; Adegbola, O. (Nigerian Society of Endocrinologist and Metabolism, 2004)
    Objective To evaluate the glucose and insulin levels in amniotic fluid and compare with maternal blood glucose levels. Setting: Antenatal patients of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital Subjects: Forty-six pregnant ...
  • Tri-iodo Thyronine (T3), Thyroxine (T4) and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) in Nigerian females being managed for infertility. 

    Adegbola, O; Ajayi, G.O.; Omilabu, S; Wellington, J; Adeyemi, R (Nigerian Society of Endocrinologist and Metabolism, 2004)
    Objective: To evaluate Tri-iodothyronine (T3), Thyroxine (T4) and Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) in NigerianFema/es managed for infertility. Setting: Gynaecological Outpatient Clinic of the Lagos University Teaching ...
  • Prolactin and Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in Nigerian Females 

    Ajayi, G.O; Omilabu, S; Adegbola, O; Wellington, J; Adeyemi, R (Nigerian Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2004)
    Objective: To evaluate whether there is any correlation between P/ olaclin and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) level in Nigerian women being managedfor infértility. Setting: Gynaecological Outpatient Clinic of the Lagos ...
  • Prolactin and Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in Nigerian males 

    Adegbola, O; Ajayi, G.O.; Wellington, J; Adeyemi, R (Nigerian Society of Endocrinologist and Metabolism, 2004)
    Objective: To evaluate the correlation between prolactin and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) levels in men who were co-investigated with their wife for infertility. Setting: Gynaecologjcal Outpatient Clinic of the Lagos ...
  • Intramuscular arteether for treating severe malaria 

    Afolabi, B.B.; Okoromah, C.N (Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2004)
    Abstract Background: Quinine and artemisinin drugs are used in severe malaria, but quinine resistance is increasing. Arteether is a recently developed artemisinin derivative that is oil soluble, has a long elimination ...
  • Mannitol and other osmotic diuretics as adjuncts for treating cerebral malaria 

    Okoromah, C.A.; Afolabi, B.B. (Cochrane Database Syst Rev, 2004)
    Abstract Background: The main treatment for cerebral malaria is parenteral antimalarials. Mannitol and urea are used as adjunct therapy for cerebral malaria, but the World Health Organization does not recommend ...
  • Urethral prolapse in a five-year-old girl 

    Ekure, E.N.; Okoromah, C.N.; Afolabi, B.B.; Okechukwu, S.E. (Nigerian Journal of Paediatrics, 2004)
    Urethral prolapse is a rare cause of vaginal bleeding in prepubertal females and occurs most commonly in black people. It is characterized by a sliding outward of the urethral mucosa around the entire urethral meatus. ...
  • What is the optimum maternal haemoglobin concentration level for a normal birth weight in Lagos? 

    Afolabi, B.B.; Akinola, O.I. (Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 2004)
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  • Maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein changes as a measure of fetomaternal haemorrhage 

    Ajayi, G.O; Adegbola, O; Oshundiya, O.O. (Nigerian Society of Endocrinologist and Metabolism, 2005)
    Objective: To evaluate the changes in maternal serum Alpha-Fetoprotein (AFP) after amniocentesis as a measure of fetomaternal haemorrhage. Subjects and Method: This was a cohort study carried out at the Lagos University ...
  • Intravaginal misoprostol versus Foley catheter for cervical ripening and induction of labor 

    Afolabi, B.B.; Oyeneyin, O.L.; Ogedengbe, O.K. (Int J Gynaecol Obstet, 2005)
    Objective: To compare the efficacy and safety of 100 microg of intravaginal misoprostol with intracervical Foley catheter for cervical ripening and induction of labor. Method: One hundred women being induced in the Lagos ...
  • Future of Medical Education in Nigeria 

    Olapade-Olaopa, E.O.; Afolabi, B.B.; Falase, O.A. (Archives of Ibadan Medicine, 2005)
    As societies continue to change, medicaleducationhasto adjust regularly in response to these changes in order to remain relevant The Nigerian society and its medical schools are no exception, and the future of medical ...
  • Future of Medical Education in Nigeria 

    Olapade-Olaopa, E.O.; Afolabi, B.B.; Falase, O.A. (Archives of Ibadan Medicine, 2005)
    ABSTRACT Societies continue to change and medical education has to adjust regularly in response to these changes in order to remain relevant.Inaddition, the scientific bases of medicine are universal and there is a high ...