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Oyedepo O. O

BRIEF PERSONAL PROFILE
Born on 14th June 1968, hails from Owu-Isin, Kwara State of Nigeria. Had primary education at ECWA LSMB school, Iwo-Owu (1975-1981), secondary education at Eruku Secondary Commercial School (1981-1982) and Government Secondary School, Malete (1982-1986). Had higher education (A level) at the Kwara State Polytechnic (1986-1988). Proceeded to the University of Ilorin in 1988 graduating first in B.Sc. (Zoology)  1991 and M.B.;B.S. 1997. Had internship at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin (1998-1999). Commenced residency training at the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) 1999 with clinical attachment at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (2001). Was associate lecturer in anaesthesia University of Ilorin 2003-2008.  Passed the Primary, Parts I & II (Final) exams of the FMCA in 2000, 2003 and 2006 respectively and was awarded Fellow of the Medical College in Anaesthesia  (FMCA) of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria (NPMCN) in 2006.  Joined the services of the University of Ilorin on June 19th 2008 as Lecturer  I. Appointed consultant anaesthetist to the UITH in 2007. Currently a trainer of resident doctors preparing for the postgraduate medical examinations. Attended a three month course in Paediatric Anaesthesia at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (AIMS), Cochin, India (Sept-Dec 2009). Married with children. Hobbies include singing, playing table tennis. Appointed Head of Department of Anaesthesia, UITH Aug 2009 till date.

 

 


 

 


 
PUBLICATIONS   

 

  1. Fadeyi A, Bolaji BO,Oyedepo OO,Adesiyun OO,Adeboye MAN,Olarewaju TO,Aderibigbe A,Salami AK,Desalu OO,Fowotade A,Nwabuisi C, AkanbiII AA,Raheem RA,Olalere A (2010)"Methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) carriage amongst healthcare workers of the critical care units in a Nigerian hospital". Available from; http://www.scipub.org/fulltext/ajid/ajid6118-23.pdf.cited on 28-10-2010.
  2. Oyedepo O.O., Bolaji B.O. (2009)."Airway management dilemma in a patient with maxillofacial injury". The Nigerian Medical Practitioner Vol 55:90-94.Available from: http://ajol.info/index.php/nmp/article/view/45439. cited 15-04-2010.
  3. Bolaji B.O.,Nasir A.A.,Adeniran J.O.,Abdur-Rahman L.O.,Oyedepo O.O. (2008)."Post operative intensive care admissions of paediatric surgical patients in a Nigerian tertiary Hospital":indications and evaluation of management outcome. African Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Vol 8 (1):9-11.Official publication of the Societies of Anaesthetists of West and East Africa. http://ajol.info/index.php/ajaic/article/view/47976. cited on 15-04-2010
  4. Desalu I, Oyedepo O.O. Olatosi O.J. (2008)."Training and confidence level of junior anaesthetists in CPR- Experience in a developing country".Indian Journal of Anaesthesia  52 (3):297-300. Official publication of the Indian Society of Anaesthetists.               
  5. Bolaji B.O., Oyedepo O.O.(2005). Difficult airway management in a patient with giant malignant goiter  scheduled for thyroidectomy – case report. The Nigerian Medical Practitioner Vol 47 (No 5): 77-81. Published by SAME Ventures.http://ajol.info/index.php/nmp/article/view/28798/0. cited 15-04-2010.
  6. Book of 12 Case Report Illustrating Various Aspects of Anaesthesia . Presented to the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria for the award of the FMCA in 2006.
  7. Oyedepo O.O. et al (1995). Assessment of sanitary condition of Unilorin mini campus and the impact on health as perceived by the students and workers. Project submitted as part of Community Health posting of the MBBS programme.
  8. Reproductive Biology of Aletes Nurse (B.Sc. thesis). University of Ilorin, June 1991.
  9. PAPERS PRESENTED AT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES.
  10. Kolawole I.K., Bolaji B.O., Oyewole E.O., Oyedepo O.O.(2003)."Glycaemic response to anaesthesia and surgery in fasted Nigerian adults": A preliminary report. 11th Annual General Meeting/Scientific Conference of the (NSA) in collaboration with The Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland, Kaduna, Nigeria.