Professor  Ibraheem Adeola KATIBI


Ibraheem Adeola KATIBI
MB,BS(ABU), MBA(Ilorin), FWACP(W/Africa)



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Position: Associate Professor.

Membership of Learned Societies:
Nigerian Medical Association.
Medical and Dental Consultants’ Association of Nigeria.
Association of Physicians of Nigeria.
Nigerian Hypertension Society.
Nigerian Cardiac Society.
Pan African Society of Cardiology.
International Society for Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular disease.
American Diabetes Association.

Courses taught:
Electrocardiology.
Arrhythmias.
Metabolic heart disease.

Research Interests:
Computer application in the establishment of normal limits of electrocardiography and echocardiography among Nigerians.

Areas of core competence:
Cardiology
Electrocardiology
Health administration/hospital management.

Brief Personal Profile:
Dr Katibi graduated from Ahmadu Bello University medical school in Nigeria. He underwent postgraduate residency training of both the National and West African Postgraduate Medical Colleges at University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) leading to conferment of the Fellowship award of the West African College of Physicians in 1998.

Dr Katibi was appointed Lecturer I in 1999 and had since risen through the ranks to become an Associate Professor of Medicine in 2009. He is an Honorary Consultant Physician/Cardiologist to UITH where he serves on the Research and Ethics Committee and indeed chairs several others. He was appointed an Honorary Clinical Research Fellow by University of Glasgow, UK in 2003 and he is also a Fellow of the International Society for the Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular diseases. Dr Katibi was formerly the National Treasurer of Nigerian Medical Association in 2000 and has been on her National Executive Council for well over a decade. 

Dr Katibi has won several grants/Awards/Fellowships with which he has pioneered the establishment of the first electronic database of normal electrocardiogram in any Black African population worldwide (with Peter Macfarlane, DSc). Notable among these are Commonwealth University academic staff Fellowship, World Heart Federation Fellowship, University of Ilorin and University of Glasgow research grants.

He has published extensively in local and international peer refereed journals. He was formerly on the editorial board of Nigerian Medical Journal and Nigerian Journal of Medicine aside from being a peer reviewer to about 10 local and international journals.


His Publications are listed below:

 

  1. Opadijo OG, Katibi IA. (1997). Diabetic Autonomic Neuropathy: Study of  92  Non-Hypertensive patients with Diabetes mellitus.  Nigerian Medical Practitioner. Vol 34(5/6): Pg 71-75. (Published by the Society for the Advancement of Medical Education, Lagos. Nigeria). Available online at www.ajol.com.
  2. Bojuwoye BJ, Katibi  IA, Araoye MO.(1997). Factors influencing specialty preference among final year medical students of the University of Ilorin.  Nigerian Medical Journal Vol 32(1): Pg 20 - 23.(Published by the Nigerian Medical Association). Available online at www.nigeriannma.org
  3. Bojuwoye BJ, Araoye MO, Katibi IA. (1998).  Factors influencing specialty choice among medical practitioners in Kwara State, Nigeria. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal. Vol 5(3): Pg 118-121. Published by the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria. Available online at www.ajol.info.org and medline search.
  4. Katibi IA. (2001). Beshir S, Mudashiru Z. Echocardiographic left ventricular mass in normal adult Nigerian population. West African Journal of Ultrasound.Vol 2: Pg 2-4. (Published by West African Medical Ultrasound Society). Available online at www.ajol.com.
  5. Katibi IA. (2002). Health care financing in Nigeria: Opinion survey among doctors in Kwara State. Nigerian Medical Practitioner. Vol 41 (5/6): Pg 69-70. (Published by the Society for the Advancement of Medical Education, Lagos). Available online at www.ajol.com.
  6. Katibi IA, Adenle AD. (2002). Prevalence of electrocardiographic evidence of Left Ventricular Hypertrophy (LVH) among hypertensive patients as seen in Ilorin, Nigeria. Nigerian Medical Journal. Vol 44 (1): Pg 7-9.(Published by the Nigerian  Medical Association). Available online at www.nigeriannma.org.
  7. Katibi IA, Akande AA, Bojuwoye BJ, Okesina AB. (2003). Blood sugar control among fasting Muslims with Type 2 Diabetes mellitus in Ilorin. Nigerian Journal of General Practice. Vol 7(2): Pg 17-21. (Published by Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria). Available online at www.agpmpn.org.
  8. Katibi IA, Akande AA, Akande TM. (2003).Awareness and attitude of medical practitioners in Ilorin towards National Health Insurance Scheme. Sahel Medical Journal. Vol 6 (1): Pg 14-16. (Published by Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching   Hospital, Sokoto). Available online at medline search.   
  9. Katibi IA, Adenle AD. (2003). Correlation between Left ventricular mass and electrocardiographic variables among hypertensive Nigerians. Nigerian Journal of General Practice. Vol 7 (2): Pg 5-7. (Published by Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria). Available online at www.agpmpn.org.
  10. Katibi IA. 2003. Peripartum cardiomyopathy in Nigeria. British Journal of Hospital Medicine: Vol 64 (4): Pg 249. (Published by the Royal Society of Medicine, London). Available online at www.hospitalmedicine.co.uk.
  11. Katibi IA, Adenle AD. (2003). Comparison between various electrocardiographic criteria for the diagnosis of left ventricular hypertrophy and echocardiogram in adult hypertensive Nigerians. Nigerian Medical Practitioner. Vol 43, (1): Pg 3-6. (Published by the Society for the Advancement of Medical Education). Available online at www.ajol.com.
  12. Katibi IA. (2003). Nigeria’s Health Insurance Scheme. Africa Health.Vol 26 (1): Pg 12-14. (Published by FSG Communications, Cambridge, UK). Available online at www.ajol.com or www.fsg.co.uk.
  13. Katibi IA, Akande AA, Salami AK.(2003). Lipid abnormalities among Type 2 Diabetes mellitus patients; our experience in Ilorin, Nigeria. Tropical Doctor, (Published by Royal Society of Medicine). Vol 34: Pg 254-55. Available online at www.rsm.ac.uk/pub/td.htm.
  14. Katibi IA, Akande AA, Salami AK.(2003). Metabolic syndrome in Type 2 Diabetes mellitus patients as seen in Ilorin, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of General Practice. Vol 7 (3): Pg 8-12. (Published by Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria). Available online at www.agpmpn.org.
  15. Katibi IA. (2004). Left ventricular hypertrophy and hypertension. Nigeria Journal of Medicine. Vol 13 (1): Pg 8-17. (Published by National Association of Resident Doctors). Available online at www.ajol.com or www.nigerjmed.org.
  16. Salami AK, Katibi  IA. (2004). Tri-iodothyronine(T3-Toxicosis) induced heart failure: A case report. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. Vol 10: Pg 27-29. (Published by College of Medicine, University of Ilorin). Available online at www.inasp.info/ajol.
  17. Katibi IA. (2004). Antihypertensive therapy among hypertensive patients as seen in the middle belt of Nigeria. Annals of African Medicine.Vol 3 (4): Pg 177-80. (Published by Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto and The Annals of African Medicine Society).Available online at www.bioline.org.br/am or www.inasp.info/ajol.
  18. Katibi IA.(2005). Reliability of the electrocardiograph in the assessment of left atria size, using echocardiograph as the reference. Nigerian Journal of   Cardiology. Vol 2(1): Pg 20-24. (Published by Nigerian Cardiac Society).
  19. Salami AK, Katibi IA. (2005). Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitors (ACEI)-associated cough; A prospective evaluation in hypertensives. Annals of African Medicine. Vol 4(3): Pg 118-121. (Published by Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto and The Annals of African Medicine Society).Available online at www.bioline.org.br/am or www.inasp.info/ajol.
  20. Akande AA, Katibi IA. (2006). Model health care design for the management of type 2 diabetes in a tertiary health care facility. Diabetes International.Vol 14(1): Pg 7-8. (Published by FSG Communications with the endorsement of International Diabetes Federation, Cambridge, UK).
  21. Olarinoye JK, Katibi IA, Sanya EO, Jimoh G, Kuranga AS. (2006). Erectile dysfunction among diabetes mellitus patients; our experience in Ilorin, Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal. Vol 13(4): Pg 291-6. (Published by the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria). Available online at www.ajol.info.org and medline search.
  22. Abdulraheem IS, Katibi IA, Omotoso ABO. (2006). Secondary prevention: strategy for reducing cardiovascular disease. Annals of African Medicine. Vol 5 (2): Pg 114- 115. (Published by Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto and The Annals of African Medicine Society).Available online at www.bioline.org.br/am or www.inasp.info/ajol.
  23. Olokoba AB, Bojuwoye BJ, Katibi IA, Salami AK, Braimoh KT, Inikori AK. (2006). Relationship between gallstone disease and serum lipids in normal adult Nigerians. African Scientist. Vol 7 (3): Pg 113 116. (Published by Nigerian Society for experimental biology, Ilorin.). Available online at www.klobex.org.
  24. Olokoba AB, Bojuwoye BJ, Katibi IA, Salami AK, Braimoh KT. (2006). The effect of Type 2 Diabetes mellitus on fasting gall bladder volume. African Scientist. Vol 7 (3): Pg 117-120. (Published by Nigerian Society for experimental   biology, Ilorin). Available online at www.klobex.org.
  25. Katibi IA, Beshir S, Mudashiru Z. (2006). Ambulatory 24 Hour Holter ECG among Nigerians, our experience at a referral  cardiac centre in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian Medical Journal. Vol 47(2): Pg 25-27. (Published by the   Nigerian Medical Association). Available online at www.nigeriannma.org.
  26. Salami AK, Katibi IA. (2007). Tuberculosis amongst the healthcare workers of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital. Tropical Doctor. Vol 37: Pg 251. (Published by Royal Society of Medicine). Available online at www.rsm.ac.uk/pub/td.htm.  
  27. Salami AK, Katibi IA. (2006). Human immunodeficiency virus-associated tuberculosis: pattern and trend in the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. Vol 35: Pg457-460. (Published by College of Medicine, University of Ibadan and University College Hospital, Ibadan). Available online at www.ajol.info.org and medline search.
  28. Olokoba AB, Bojuwoye BJ, Katibi IA, Ajayi AO, Olokoba BL, Braimoh KT, Inikori AK. (2007). Cholelithiasis and type 2 diabetes mellitus in Nigerians. South African Gastroenterology review. Vol 5(3): Pg 14-17. (Published by In House Publications, South Africa). Available online at www.ajol.info.org and medline search.
  29. Kolo PM, Opadijo OG, Omotoso ABO, Katibi IA, Balogun MO, Araoye MA, Katibi IA. (2008). Prevalence of QTc Prolongation in adult Nigerians with Chronic heart failure. West African Journal of Medicine. Vol 27(2): Pg 69-73. (Published by West African College of Physicians and West African College of Surgeons.Available online at www.ajol.info.org and medline search.
  30. Kolo PM, Opadijo OG, Omotoso ABO, Katibi IA, Balogun MO, Araoye MA. (2008). Pattern of Left ventricular diastolic dysfunction  and QTc prolongation in adult Nigerians with Chronic heart failure. Nigerian Medical Practitioner. Vol 53(4): Pg 57-61. Published by the Society for the Advancement of Medical Education, Lagos. Available online at www.ajol.com.
  31. Wahab KW, Sanya EO, Olokoba AB, Katibi IA, Omotoso ABO. (2008). Correlation of admission blood pressure with 30-day outcome in acute ischaemic stroke in Nigerians. Nigerian Medical Journal. Vol 48(3): Pg 58-61. Published by Nigerian Medical Association. Available online at www.nigeriannma.org and www.ajol.com.
  32. Kolo PM, Adeoye PO, Omotoso ABO, Katibi IA, Afolabi JK. (2008). Rheumatic valvular heart disease as seen at echocardiography in Ilorin, Nigeria. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. Vol 16 (1) : Pg 18-23. Published by College of Medicine, University of Ilorin. Available online at www.inasp.info/ajol
  33. Kolo PM, Opadijo OG, Omotoso ABO, Katibi IA, Balogun MO, Araoye MA. (2006). Prognostic significance of QT interval prolongation in adult Nigerians with chronic heart failure. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice. Vol 11 (4): Pg 336-342. Published by Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria. Available online at www.ajol.com.
  34. Kolo PM, Omotoso ABO, Katibi IA, Sanya EO, Adamu UG, Fasae AJ, Aigbe IF. (2008). Gender differences in Left Ventricular size and Geometric pattern of Hypertension subjects. The Cardiology. Vol 4 (2-4): Pg 11-15. Published by Medwell Journals, Pakistan. Available online at www.medwellonline.net.
  35. Katibi IA, Macfarlane PW, Clark E, Devine B, Latif S, Araoye MA,  Omotoso ABO, Kolo PM, Aiyedun OS, Olaofin W. (2009). Debut   electronic database of normal ECG in Nigeria; Preliminary reports.Pan African Society of Cardiology Conference and International Forum on Hypertension Control and Prevention in Africa. Abuja.                     
  36. Katibi IA, Macfarlane PW, Clark E, Devine B, Latif S, Llyod S. (2010). R wave amplitude in Normal Nigerians using debut automated analysis.   International Congress on Electrocardiology. Lunds, Sweden.       
  37. Katibi IA, Macfarlane PW, Clark E, Devine B, Latif S (2010).Normal    limits of the ECG in African Blacks. International Society of  Computerized Electrocardiology. New Mexico.                                
  38. Katibi IA, Macfarlane PW, Clark E, Devine B, Latif S, Llyod S.(2010).    Comparison of QRS duration in African blacks and European  Caucasians. Computers in Cardiology. Belfast.                                  
  39. Katibi IA. An ECG recorded from a 31 year old healthy Nigerian lady. (2010). Macfarlane PW, Lawrie TDV. The normal electrocardiogram and vectorcardiogram. In: Macfarlane PW, Lawrie TDV, editors. Comprehensive electrocardiology. Oxford (UK): Pergamon Press. Pg. 25.                                   
  40. Katibi IA. Peculiarities of the electrocardiogram in Africans: Making the   right diagnosis in the emergency department. (2011). In; Balogun MO. Handbook of Emergency Medicine. In Press.                                

     b.) Accepted for publication:

  1. Katibi IA. (2006). Knowledge, attitude and practice of black hypertensive patients as seen in a tertiary hospital in the middle belt of Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice. (Published by Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria). Acceptance letter dated 13th November, 2006.
  2. Adeoye PO, Kolo PM, Katibi IA, Omotoso ABO, Ogunrombi AB.(2008).Occlusion of persistent ductus arteriosus in adults: Concern for preparedness of a developing country to handle the challenges. Nigerian Journal of Cardiology. (Published by Nigerian Cardiac Society). Available online at www.ajol.com. Acceptance letter dated March 31, 2009.
  3. Adamu UG, Katibi IA, Kolo PM, Opadijo OG, Omotoso ABO, Araoye     MA. (2008). Relationship between left ventricular diastolic function and geometric patterns in Nigerians with newly diagnosed systemic hypertension. Cardiovascular Journal of South Africa. (Published by Pan Africa Society of Cardiology). Acceptance letter dated October 6, 2008.Available onlineatwww.cvja.co.zawww.journals.co.za/ej/ejour_cardio.html.

c.) Technical Reports:
  1. Katibi IA, Yahaya H, Oshiomole A, Onyeje DN, Yakassai AI, Mimiko RO, Olayemi T, Kester DA, Kaita II, Mshelia CS. (1999).  Report of the technical committee on the coverage of vulnerable group in National Health Insurance Scheme set up by Hon Minister of State for Health, Federal Republic of Nigeria.
  2. Katibi IA, Suleiman S, Audu IS, Nzeribe A, Ogbeide W, Irukwu JO, Elebute EA, Oshiomole A, Eburajolo V, Ekaette E, Okoye N, Oluwasanmi JO, Yahaya H, Abdullahi MT, Sambo MM. (2001). Report of the Ministerial implementation committee on National Health Insurance Scheme.

d.) Proceedings of Conferences:
  1. Adeoye PO, Kolo PM, Katibi IA. (2008). Persistent Ductus arterisus in adults- Are developing countries prepared to handle challenges. World Congress- World Society of Cardio-Thoracic Surgeons. Kos Island, Greece. The Heart Surgery Forum. Vol 11(Suppl 1): Pg S127.
  2. Katibi IA, Lawani O, Ogunshola A, Thomas F. (2006). Complete heart block in an atypical acute myocardial infarction; A case report. Annual Conference of Nigerian Cardiac Society. Benin.
  3. Katibi IA, Lawani O, Ogunshola A. (2006). Intermittent Mobitz type 2 second degree heart block as a cause of recurrent syncopy ; A case report. Annual Conference of Nigerian Cardiac Society. Benin.
  4. Katibi IA. (2002). Evaluation of some electrocardiographic criteria for the diagnosis of Left atria enlargement using echocardiography among Nigerians. Abstract accepted for presentation at the Association of Radiologists of West Africa (ARAWA) conference. Ilorin.
  5. Katibi IA. (2005).Treatise on echocardiography. Presentation by invitation at the symposium organized at the 2005 Annual Conference of the Nigerian Cardiac Society, Kaduna.

 e.) Submitted for Publication:

  1. Katibi IA, Lawani O, Ogunshola A, Thomas F. (2007). Complete heart block in an atypical acute myocardial infarction; A case report. Journal of American Medical Association.
  2. Katibi IA, Lawani O, Adeyemi M, Akinkunmi A. (2007). Stroke complicating severe anaemia secondary to Zidovudine combination therapy; A case report. International Journal of Neurology and Psychiatry.
  3. Katibi IA, Lawani O, Ogunshola A. (2007). Intermittent Mobitz type 2 secondary heart block as a cause of recurrent syncopy; A case report. Acta  Cardiologica Sinica.
  4. Katibi IA. (2006). Recipe for a successful National Health Insurance Scheme. Health Insurance report.
  5. Adamu UG, Kolo PM, Katibi IA, Opadijo OG, Omotoso ABO, Araoye MA. (2008). Prevalence of left ventricular diastolic dysfunction in newly diagnosed adult Nigerian hypertensives; A pulsed wave doppler echocardiographic study. African Journal of Health Sciences.
      

f.)    Thesis/Dissertation:

  1. Left Ventricular Hypertrophy (LVH) among hypertensive Nigerians: Correlation between echocardiogram and electrocardiogram. Dissertation submitted to the West African Postgraduate Medical College for the award of Fellowship of the West African College of Physicians (FWACP). 1998.
  2. Health care financing in Nigeria: Opinion survey among doctors in Kwara State. Dissertation submitted to University of Ilorin for the award of Masters in   Business Administration (MBA). 1998.
  3. Choice of specialty among Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Medical students. Dissertation submitted to ABU, Zaria in Part- fulfillment for the award of MB, BS degree. 1991.