Stella Okoye

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A total of 2048 urine specimens were examined to assess the infection prevalence and epidemiological factors of T. vaginalis amongst students in a Nigerian higher institution. Five hundred and five students were infected (24.7%). This included 131 (15.6%) males and 374 (31.0%) females. More male than female students were found to be asymptomatic. Infection(More)
A study on the epidemiology of human taeniasis amongst the Goemai tribe of Kwande rural community of Qua'an Pan Local Government Area carried out between January and June, 1991 is reported. 115 or 11.5% of the 1,000 persons examined were infected. Of the 614 males and 386 females examined, 77 (12.5%) and 38 (9.9%) respectively had infections. No significant(More)
Of the 1,200 people surveyed for dracontiasis in Ribi and Kanje villages in Awe Local Government Area of Plateau State, Nigeria, 982 (82%) were infected. Most infections (98%) involved the lower limb. Worms emerging from the umbilicus, groin, palm, wrist, and upper arm were also encountered. Of the 982 infected persons 206 (21%) were totally incapacitated,(More)
203. Assessment of a Modified Antibiotic Prophylaxis Open Fracture Protocol Brandon Hill, PharmD; Kamla Sanasi-Bhola, MD; Stella Okoye, MD; Margaret Madera, PharmD Candidate; Janie Ferren, PharmD Candidate; Julie Ann Justo, PharmD, MS, BCPS-AQ ID and P. Brandon Bookstaver, PharmD, FCCP, FIDSA, AAHIVP; Palmetto Health Richland, Columbia, South Carolina,(More)
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