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A Clinical Evaluation of Clavulanate-Potentiated Amoxycillin in the Management of Moderate to Severe Respiratory Tract Infections
This study investigated the effects of clavulanate-potentiated amoxycillin in the management of moderate to severe respiratory tract infections. A total of 34 patients aged 10–70 years were studiedExpand
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Sacral acupuncture for pain relief in labour: initial clinical experience in Nigerian women.
  • B. Umeh
  • Medicine
  • Acupuncture & electro-therapeutics research
  • 1986
Sacral acupuncture was used for pain relief during labour in 30 pregnant Nigerian women. It produced clinically adequate analgesia in 19 women (63.3%). 6 women in this group (31.6%) reported thatExpand
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Ear acupuncture using semi-permanent needles: acceptability, prospects and problems in Nigeria.
  • B. Umeh
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of Chinese medicine
  • 1988
Ear acupuncture performed with indwelling auricular semi-permanent (ASP) needles, was used for the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and stiffness in 55 Nigerians. The male patients were initiallyExpand
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Ventilatory pulmonary function study in healthy young Nigerian adults.
  • C. Anyanwu, B. Umeh
  • Medicine
  • African journal of medicine and medical sciences
  • 1 December 1989
Ventilatory pulmonary function was studied in 108 healthy young Nigerian adults using an electronic spirometer, with a view to determining the normal values of function for healthy Nigerians. TheExpand
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Initial Experience with Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) for Pain Relief in Nigeria
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) was used for the relief of musculoskeletal pain in 25 Nigerians (12 women, 13 men). Only six of these patients (24%) were loaned the TENS units forExpand
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Initial clinical experience with fazadinium bromide during anaesthesia in Nigerians.
  • B. Umeh
  • Medicine
  • Medical journal of Zambia
  • 1980
Fazadinium Bromide (Fazadon, AH 8165), a non depolarising muscle relaxant, was injected into one hundred unpremedicated Nigerian patients requiring endotracheal intubation and prolonged skeletalExpand
Pericarditis: a persisting surgical problem.
A study of pericarditis treated surgically over a period of 14.5 years was conducted to evaluate the current pattern and management of this disease in a tropical environment. The series comprised 86Expand
Initial experience in a special pain clinic in Nigeria.
  • B. Umeh
  • Medicine
  • The Central African journal of medicine
  • 1 March 1989
The first 100 patients seen in a Pain Clinic in Nigeria are analyzed and presented. There were 53 males and 45 females aged between 11 and 65 years (means 41.3 years). A variety of ailments broughtExpand