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Prevalence of low back pain among staff in a rural hospital in Nigeria.
A cross-sectional study was carried out in a rural hospital in south-western Nigeria to determine the prevalence of low back pain among its staff. The questionnaire administered to staff soughtExpand
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Risk factors for low back pain among office workers in Ibadan, Southwest Nigeria.
BACKGROUND Low back pain is the most common musculo-skeletal problem in the workplace. Data from low-income countries are scant. OBJECTIVES To determine the prevalence and risk factors for low backExpand
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Low Back Pain in an Urban Population in Southwest Nigeria
This cross-sectional study was designed to determine the prevalence and risk factors for low back pain in an urban community. A house-to-house enquiry was conducted using a questionnaire administeredExpand
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Perception of cigarette smoking and advertisement among senior secondary school students in Ibadan, Southwestern Nigeria.
BACKGROUND Cigarette smoking among youths is increasingly a public health concern. OBJECTIVE This study sought to determine the prevalence of smoking among secondary school students and to assessExpand
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Lead in sweat and its relationship to salivary and urinary levels in normal healthy subjects.
Sweat was collected from the arms of 24 normal healthy subjects while they sat in a hot chamber. Blood, urine and saliva samples were also collected. These were analyzed for lead by atomic absorptionExpand
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Low back pain in a rural community in South West Nigeria.
  • F. Omokhodion
  • Medicine
  • West African journal of medicine
  • 1 April 2002
A cross sectional in South West Nigeria to determined the prevalence and risk factors for low back pain within the community. Nine hundred adults were selected using a multistage sampling technique.Expand
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Psychosocial problems of clinical students in the University of Ibadan Medical School.
A cross sectional study was carried out among medical students in the University of Ibadan to identify their socio economic and psychological problems. Three hundred and sixteen students, 159 malesExpand
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Health status of working and non-working school children in Ibadan, Nigeria
Abstract Child labour continues to pose a challenge to national and international agencies. This study compares the health status of working and non-working school children in Ibadan, Nigeria.Expand
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Psychosocial problems of pre-clinical students in the University of Ibadan Medical School.
  • F. Omokhodion
  • Medicine
  • African journal of medicine and medical sciences
  • 2003
Recent changes in the psychosocial environment of the university campus such as the steep rise in student numbers, the high cost of living standards and the increase in violence and cult activitiesExpand
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Diarrhoea in children of Nigerian market women: prevalence, knowledge of causes, and management.
A cross-sectional survey was carried out among mothers of children aged less than five years in two markets in Ibadan, one with poor environmental sanitation and the other clean and well maintained.Expand
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