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Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Tosin, Anthony Agbesanwa and Shuaib, Kayode Aremu and ,Segun, Matthew Agboola and Olabode, Muftau Shabi and Babatunde, Adeola Afolabi (2023) A 5‑year analysis of admissions, seasonal variation, and patient outcomes in rural Nigeria: A retrospective observational study. International Journal of Academic Medicine, 8 (4). pp. 1-6.

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Shuaib, Kayode Aremu and Babatunde, Adeola Afolabi and Gbadebo, Oladimeji Ajani and Fasanmi, Tolulope Kolawole and Olufunmilayo, Adenike Oguntoye (2023) Acute severe asthma and its predictors of mortality in rural Southwestern Nigeria: a-five year retrospective observational study. Chronic Respiratory Disease, 20 (1-9). pp. 1-9.

Ibrahim, Sebutu Bello and Temitope, Oluwafemi Olajubu and Olusegun, Olumuyiwa Osundiya and Oluwasina, Tajudeen Salami and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Abdulakeem, Ayanleye Ahmed (2023) Malaria among the elderly in five communities of Osun East district, Southwest Nigeria: Prevalence and association with noncommunicable diseases. SAGE Open Medicine, 11. pp. 1-8.

Kayode, Rasaq Adewoye and Oluwasogo, A Olalubi and Shuaib, Kayode Aremu and Taiye, Adeyanju Alao and David, Sylvanus Ekpo and Tope, Michael Ipinnimo and Makinde, Adebayo Adeniyi and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Taofeek, Adedayo Sanni and Chijioke, Cosmas Achebe and Adewumi, Bakare and Tesleem, Olayinka Orewole and Opeyemi, Oladipupo Abioye (2023) Perception and willingness to the uptake of covid-19 vaccine among household-heads in a rural community of south-western Nigeria. Afr J Infect Dis, 17 (2). pp. 1-8. ISSN 2006-0165

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Ibrahim, Sebutu Bello and Adewumi, Oluwaserimi Ajetunmobi and Abayomi, Ayodapo and Babatunde, Adeola Afolabi and Makinde, Adebayo Adeniyi (2023) Prevalence of asymptomatic malaria infection by microscopy and its determinants among residents of Ido-Ekiti, Southwestern Nigeria. PLOS ONE, 18 (2). pp. 1-11.

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Segun, Mathew Agboola and Alabi, Ayodele Kamal and Kayode, Rasaq Adewoye and Babatunde, Adeola Afolabi and Temitope, Moronkeji Olanrewaju and Eniola, Ayoyemi Afolabi-Obe (2023) Prevalence, Risk Factors and Treatment Outcomes of Acute Asthma Exacerbations in Rural South-Western Nigeria: A Three-year Retrospective Observational Study. . Journal of Research In Medicine And Medical Siciences, 4 (1). 017-024.

Jonathan, Ayobami Oyeniyi and Ibrahim, Sebutu Bello and Olanrewaju, Oloyede Oyegbade and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Oyeladun, Funmi Okunromade and Oladipupo, Omolade Fakoya (2022) Agreement among rapid diagnostic tests, urine malaria tests, and microscopy in malaria diagnosis of adult patients in southwestern Nigeria. Journal of International Medical Research, 50 (9). pp. 1-13.

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Olabode, Muftau Shabi and Tosin, Anthony Agbesanwa and Paul, Olowoyo (2022) Five-year analysis of clinical presentations and predictors of stroke mortality in rural Southwestern Nigeria: A retrospective observational study. African Journal of Emergency Medicine, 12 (1). pp. 1-7.

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Ibrahim, Sebutu Bello and Olabode, Muftau Shabi and Adejumoke, Oluwatosin Omonijo and Abayomi, Ayodapo and Babatunde, Adeola Afolabi (2022) Malaria infection and its association with socio-demographics, preventive measures, and co-morbid ailments among adult febrile patients in rural Southwestern Nigeria: A cross-sectional study. Epidemiology of infectious disease, 10 (10). pp. 1-10.

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Paul, O Abiola and Shuaib, Kayode Aremu and Olabode, M Shabi and Tosin, Anthony Agbesanwa (2022) Pattern of Surgical Emergencies in Rural Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Emergency, Trauma and Shock, 15 (1). pp. 23-28.

Tosin, Anthony Agbesanwa and Oluwaseun, Eniola Adegbilero-Iwari and Adesola, Adedotun Oniyide and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Felix, Olukayode Aina and Odunayo, Adebukola Fatunla (2022) Psychological Well-Being of Adolescents in South Western Nigeria: Its Association with Sociodemographic Characteristics and Perceived Food Insecurity. Open Journal of Medical Psychology, 11 (2). pp. 72-87. ISSN 2165-9389

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Gbadebo, Oladimeji Ajani and kayode, Rasaq Adewoye and Temitope, Moronkeji Olanrewaju and Eniola, Ayoyemi Afolabi-Obe and Austine, Idowu Ibikunle (2022) Socio-Demographic Profile, Asymptomatic Malaria Parasitaemia and Glycemic Control among Midled-Aged and Elderly Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Rural Southwestern Nigeria: A Cross Sectional Study. African Journal of Diabetes Medicine, 30 (3). pp. 1-7.

Murithada, Kadiri Uthman and Ibrahim, Sebutu Bello and Akinyemi, Olaleye Fadugbagbe and Temitope, Oluwafemi Olajubu and Waheed, Olalekan Ismail and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim (2022) Unmet needs for family planning and its determinants among women of reproductive age in Ilesha Southwest Nigeria: A cross-sectional study. Unmet needs for family planning and its determinants among women of reproductive age in Ilesha Southwest Nigeria: A cross-sectional study, 6. pp. 1-10.

Shuaib, Kayode Aremu and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Kayode, Rasaq Adewoye (2021) Global Health: Challenges And Responses. Natural Volatiles and Essential Oils. Natural Volatiles and Essential Oils., 8 (4). pp. 11351-11361.

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Segun, Mattew Agboola and Olayide, Toyin Elegbede and Waheed, Olalekan Ismail and Tosin, Anthony Agbesanwa and Taiwo, Amos Omolayo (2021) Glycemic control and its association with sociodemographics, comorbid conditions, and medication adherence among patients with type 2 diabetes in southwestern Nigeria. Journal of International Medical Research, 49 (10). pp. 1-13.

Adejumoke, Oluwatosin Omonijo and Adetunji, Omonijo and Hillary, Iwegbunem Okoh and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim (2021) Relationship between the Usage of Long-Lasting Insecticide-Treated Bed Nets (LLITNs) and Malaria Prevalence among School-Age Children in Southwestern Nigeria. Journal of Environment And Public Health., 2021. pp. 1-9.

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Tosin, Anthony Agbesanwa and Olabode, Muftau Shabi and Olusegun, Emmanuel Omosanya and Waheed, Olalekan Ismail and Olabisi, Olamide Deji-Dada (2020) Blood pressure control and its associated factors among hypertensive patients in federal teaching hospital, ido- ekiti, Southwest Nigeria. Arch Community Med Public Health, 6 (2). pp. 167-173. ISSN 2455-5479

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Tosin, Agbesanwa and Oluwaserimi, Ajetunmobi and Tolutope, Kolawole and Adebayo, Mathew Fashola and Moronkeji, Temitope Olanrewaju (2020) Socio-demographic prole, lifestyle changes and co-morbid ailments as predictors of medication adherence among hypertensive patients attending federal teaching hospital, ido-ekiti, southwestern, Nigeria. Journal of Integrative Cardiology, 6. pp. 1-8. ISSN 2058-3702

Shuaib, Kayode Aremu and Tayo, Ibrahim and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Popoola, Tomilayo Ajoke (2019) Correlation of Features of Allergic Rhinitis and Allergic Conjunctivitis with Treatment Modalities. Journal of Advance in Medicine and Medical Research, 29 (8). pp. 1-10. ISSN 2456-8899

Shuaib, Kayode Aremu and Waheed, Atilade Adegbiji and Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Abdulakeem, Adebayo Aluko and Adepeju, Oluwatona Dosunmu (2019) Evaluation of the Impact of Tinnitus on Health-Related Quality of Life amid Sawmill Workforces. International Journal of Clinical Medicine, 10 (1). pp. 1-8. ISSN 2158-2882

Azeez, Oyemomi Ibrahim and Tosin, Anthony Agbesanwa and Segun, Mathew Agboola and Olabode, Muftau Shabi and Adewumi, Oluwaserimi Ajetunmobi and Waheed, Olalekan Ismail Asymptomatic Malaria And Glycemic Control Among Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients In A Rural Tertiary Health Facility In Ido- Ekiti, Southwestern Nigeria- A Cross Sectional Study. Asymptomatic Malaria And Glycemic Control Among Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients In A Rural Tertiary Health Facility In Ido- Ekiti, Southwestern Nigeria- A Cross Sectional Study..

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