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Anthropometric parameter that best predict metabolic syndrome in South west Nigeria.
Leptin: Adiponectin ratio discriminated the risk of metabolic syndrome better than adiponectin and leptin in Southwest Nigeria.
Seroprevalence of Rubella IgG and IgM Antibodies among Pregnant Women Attending Antenatal Clinic in Federal Teaching Hospital Ido-Ekiti, Nigeria
The high prevalence and similar distribution pattern irrespective of sociodemographic features of rubella virus in this study area suggests its endermicity and continuous transmission in the area.
Global Impacts and Nigeria Responsiveness to the COVID-19 Pandemic
- I. Ibeh, Seyi S. Enitan, R. Akele, C. C. Isitua, F. Omorodion
- Political Science, MedicineInternational Journal of Healthcare and Medical…
- 25 April 2020
Nigeria, like other African countries is not spared of the ravaging effects of the pandemic, even as the government take strict measures to contain the virus, but the country is capable of surmounting the virus with the needed help from her international partners and cooperation from the citizenry.
Acceptance of COVID-19 vaccination at different hypothetical efficacy and safety levels in ten countries in Asia, Africa, and South America
Vaccine hesitancy, defined as the reluctance or rejection in receiving a vaccine despite its availability, represents a major challenge to global health efforts aiming to control the ongoing…
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus Outbreak: Current Crises, Controversies and Global Strategies to Prevent a Pandemic
The 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCov) has been implicated in the outbreak of an uncommon pneumonia in Chinese City of Wuhan, Hubei Province first reported in late December 2019. Since then,…
Acute effects of aqueous leaf extract of Aspilia africana C.D. Adams on some haematological parameters in rats.
- K. Ajeigbe, Seyi S. Enitan, Dayo Omotoso, O. O. Oladokun
- Biology, MedicineAfrican journal of traditional, complementary…
- 23 June 2013
The results of this study further strengthened the earlier works on the medicinal benefits of Aspilia africana and its virtue as a good pharmacological source of haematopoiesis.
Prevalence of Hepatitis B and C Virus Infection among Students of a Private Tertiary Institution in South-Western Nigeria
- Seyi S. Enitan, O. Adebola, Damilola Omotola
- MedicineInternational Journal of TROPICAL DISEASE…
- 10 June 2019
It is shown that a low prevalence rate of HBV mono-infection exists among undergraduate students of Babcock University, therefore the on-going public health campaign programme against Hepatitis B and C should be sustained.
Commercial Sex Work During Novel Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) Era in the Niger Delta Region: Relationships Between Knowledge, Preventive Practice, and Transmission Potential
Sex work has high transmission potentials for SARS-CoV-2 because of its operational nature, which does not permit social distancing, and thus, renders certain preventive measures practically ineffective, and calls for the development of operational guidelines and targeted intervention strategies to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the Niger Delta region.
Vaccine hesitancy among communities in ten countries in Asia, Africa, and South America during the COVID-19 pandemic
Being females, Muslim, having a non-healthcare-related job and not receiving a flu vaccination during the past 12 months were associated with poor beliefs of vaccination benefits, while those who were living in rural areas, Muslims, and those who did not received a flu vaccinations had relatively higher beliefs that new vaccines are riskier.