Omobola Oduyoye

Omobola Oduyoye
Babcock University, Ilishan Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria · Public Health

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Introduction
Omobola Oyebola Oduyoye currently works at Babcock university Teaching hospital, ilishan-Remo, Ogun State Nigeria. Omobola does research in Public Health, Ophthalmology and Epidemiology. Their current project is 'Implications of Outbound Medical Tourism on Public Health Care Development in Nigeria'.

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Background: Dry eye disease (DED) occurs as a result of an abnormality in tear production, tear consistency, and tear evaporation. Aim: The aim of this study is to determine the prevalence and risk factors associated with dry eye disease in a population-based setting in Southwest Nigeria. Patient and methods: A cross-sectional study was conduc...
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Background: Patient satisfaction need to be assessed to enable the health care provider assess the quality of care from the patients’ perspective. This study aimed to assess and compare the level of patient satisfaction with the two main health services (primary eye care and family medicine services) at primary health centre (PHC), Pakoto, Ifo loca...
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Owing to progressive urbanization, economic growth and the associated lifestyle changes, adolescent overweight is becoming challenging, yet under-recognized problem in many developing countries. This study therefore aimed to determine the prevalence of adolescent overweight and obesity in Ikenne Local Government Area, Ogun State. A cross-sectional...
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Background: Considering the global spread of COVID-19 without a definite treatment, health authorities have designed non-pharmaceutical interventions to combat the spread of COVID-19. However, the community's poor adherence towards the laid down COVID-19 preventive measures remain a major public health challenge. This study aimed to determine the f...
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Introduction Pregnancy-induced hypertension (PIH) is one of the leading causes of maternal and perinatal mortality. PIH affects about 6-10% of pregnancies around the world, however, hypertension and proteinuria which exist in preeclampsia are present in 2-8% of all pregnancies. High maternal mortality rate can be linked to inadequate knowledge, neg...
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Introduction: Exclusive breastfeeding is a public health intervention and one of the most important strategies for improving infant survival rates. Generally, breastfeeding is practiced all over the world, though with variation in duration. This study therefore examined the level of knowledge and perception of exclusive breastfeeding among pregnant...
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The study assessed the knowledge, perception and utilization of youth friendly health services amongst adolescents in selected secondary schools in Ikeja (Lagos). This study adopted a descriptive cross-sectional design which was aimed at determining the knowledge, perception and utilization of youth friendly health services. The sample consisted of...
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Background Delays in diagnosis and treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis are a major set-back to global tuberculosis control. There is currently no global evidence on the average delays thus, the most important contributor to total delay is unknown. We aimed to estimate average delay measures and to investigate sources for heterogeneity among studies...
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The study examines the psychosocial factors as predictors of social wellbeing of the elderly in Geriatric centres in Lagos State. The study used descriptive survey research design. The study randomly selected a total number of 162 elderly people in Geriatric centre, Lagos state. A single questionnaire tagged: Psychosocial and Social Wellbeing Quest...
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Medical tourism is the practice of patients travelling out of their country of origin or residence for the purpose of getting access to medical care services abroad. Outbound medical tourism is a phenomenon in Nigeria thereby contributing to the growth of the health care industry in destination countries. The paper examines the implications of outb...

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