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  • Henshaw Uchechi Okoroiwu, Ifeyinwa Maryann Okafor, Enosakhare Aiyudubie Asemota, Dorathy Chioma Okpokam
  • Medicine
  • BMC Public Health
  • 2018 (First Published: 1 December 2018)
  • BackgroundProvision of constant and safe blood has been a public health challenge in Sub-Saharan Africa with high prevalence of transfusion-transmissible infections (TTIs). This study was aimed atContinue Reading
  • Enosakhare Aiyudubie Asemota, Ifeyinwa Maryann Okafor, +4 authors Francis Udomah
  • Medicine
  • Integrative medicine research
  • 2018 (First Published: 1 February 2018)
  • Background Low concentration of trace elements has been associated with poor prognosis and mortality in HIV infection. Methods A cross sectional study was conducted among 100 HIV-infected subjectsContinue Reading
  • Stephen Bassey Coco-Bassey, Enosakhare Aiyudubie Asemota, +4 authors Emmanuel Kufre Uko
  • Medicine
  • BMC Infectious Diseases
  • 2019 (First Published: 8 November 2019)
  • BackgroundDespite the numerous intervention programmes, HIV still remains a public health concern with a high impact in Sub-Saharan Africa region. Oxidative stress has been documented in HIV subjectsContinue Reading
  • Henshaw Uchechi Okoroiwu, Ifeyinwa Maryann Okafor
  • Medicine
  • BMC Hematology
  • 2018 (First Published: 1 December 2018)
  • BackgroundAn insight into the utilization pattern helps in future planning of blood drive. This study was conducted to describe the demographic characteristics of the transfusion recipients andContinue Reading
  • Ekerette Friday Ekere, Monday Francis Useh, Henshaw Uchechi Okoroiwu, Tatfeng Youtchou Mirabeau
  • Medicine
  • BMC infectious diseases
  • 2020 (First Published: 3 January 2020)
  • BackgroundCysteine-cysteine chemokine receptor 5 is the main HIV co-receptor involved in the virus and cell-to-cell spread. A variant of the CCR5 gene known as CCR5-Δ32 which is a product of 32 baseContinue Reading