Professor Kazeem Alakija Salami


Kazeem Alakija Salami
MB,BS, FWACP,Cert. in Health Planning and Management

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Tel: 2348033856580
POSITION: Reader
MEMBERSHIP OF LEARNED SOCIETY:
i. Nigerian thoracic society
ii. Nigerian medical association
iii. Medical and dental consultant association of Nigeria      
COURSES TAUGHT:  i. respiratory medicine
                                     ii. HIV medicine

BRIEF PERSONAL PROFILE

45 years old male from Offa in Kwara state, he had his elementary education at ST. Marks Primary school in Offa, his secondary education was at Oro Grammar School Oro between 1978-1982 and his Undergraduate Training was at the  Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria between 1984-1989. He is married with three lovely boys.
 
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Infectious and non-infectious pulmonary diseases
AREAS OF CORE INTEREST:
1. Tuberculosis
2. Obstructive airways diseases
3. HIV/AIDS    
 
PUBLICATIONS
  1. Salami AK and Oluboyo PO, (2002). Hospital prevalence of pulmonary tuberculosis and co-infection with Humanimmunodeficiency virus in Ilorin: A review of nine years. West African Journal of Medicine, vol 21; pages:24-27 (Publication of the West African College of Physician and the West African College of Surgeons comprising; Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Gambia, cote D’ Ivoire, and Sierra Leone) http://www.wacs.org
  2. Salami AK and Oluboyo PO, (2003). Management outcome of pulmonary tuberculosis. West African Journal of Medicine, vol 22 : pages 114-119. (Publication of the West African College of Physician and the West African College of Surgeons comprising; Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Gambia, cote D’ Ivoire, and Sierra Leone) http://www.wacs.org
  3. Nwabuizi C, Salami AK, Abdullahi NA and Agbede OO, (2003). Scopulariopsis associated meningitis in adult AIDS patient: a case report. West African Journal of Medicine, vol 22: pages 364-365. (Publication of the West African College of Physician and the West African College of Surgeons comprising; Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Gambia, cote D’ Ivoire, and Sierra Leone) available at http://www.wacs.org
  4. Salami AK (2003). Aspiration pneumonia in acute stroke. Sahel Medical Journal. Vol 6 : pages 22-25 (Publication of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Nigeria.) available at www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=738&ab=SMJ
  5. Salami AK, Oluboyo PO and Akande AA, (2004). Adverse drug reactions among HIV seropositive and seronegative adults pulmonary tuberculosis patients.  Nigerian Journal of General Practice. vol 7:pages13-19. (Publication of the Association of General and Private Medical Practitioner of Nigeria, Abuja, Nigeria)
  6. Salami AK, Oluboyo PO, Onile BA and Odedina EA, (2004). Kala-azar in a Nigerian: Report of a case with a fatal outcome. African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. Vol 5: pages 40-44. (Official publication of the African society of clinical experimental microbiology, Ilorin, Nigeria) www.inasp.info/ajol/journals/ajcem
  7. Owoeye JFA, Salami AK, Ogundimu KO, Buhari MO, (2004). Intraorbital tuberculosis: A case report. Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal.   Vol 11, no1: pages 68-70 (Publication of the National postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria.) available at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
  8. Salami AK, Oluboyo PO, (2004). Management and outcome of acute asthma: A five-year review. Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. Vol.11 pages 19-23. (Publication of the College of Medicine, University of Ilorin, Ilorin,Nigeria). available at www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=273&ab=TJHS
  9. Akanbi II, AA, Salami AK, Atata RF, Babatunde SK. (2004). Sensitivity of beta-lactamase producing stapylococcus species isolated from clinical specimens in Ilorin to selected beta-lactam antibiotics. Nigerian society for experimental biology. Vol4;no1:pages11- 14. (Publication of the Nigerian society for experimental biology, Ilorin, Nigeria) 
  10. Araoye MO, Salami AK, Sekoni O. (2005). Occupational risk of exposure to HIV/AIDS and willingness to know status among health workers. Nigerian    Journal of Genito-urinary Medicine. Vol.3&4 pages 26-30 (Official publication of the Nigerian venereal diseases association, Ibadan, Nigeria).
  11. Salami AK and Katibi IA, (2005). Angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor (ACE-I) associated cough: A prospective evaluation in hypertensive. Annals of African Medicine Vol.4, no.3 pages 118-121(Publication of the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Nigeria) available at www.bioline.org.br/am
  12. Akanbi II, AA, Atata RF, Salami AK, Abdulraheem IS, Babatunde SK. (2005). Susceptibility of some bacterial isolates to selected β-lactam antibiotics. Nigerian journal of pure and applied sciences.vol20: pages 1762-1766 (Publication of the faculty of sciences University of Ilorin, Nigeria)
  13. Salami AK, Olatunji PO, Fawibe EA, (2005). Influence of highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) on the survival of HIV-infected patients: Part report of the Ilorin trial center. African Journal Clinical Experimental Microbiology. Vol 6(1); pages 34-39 (Publication of the African society of clinical and experimental microbiology, Ilorin, Nigeria) available at www.inasp.info/ajol/journals/ajcem
  14. Salami AK and Araoye MO. (2006). Patients’ knowledge, risk perception and  willingness to submit to voluntary HIV counseling and testing.  African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. Vol.7 pages 57-64. (Publication of the African society of clinical and experimental microbiology, Ilorin, Nigeria) available at www.inasp.info/ajol/journals/ajcem
  15. Salami AK, Olatunji PO, Oluboyo PO, Akanbi װ AA and Fawibe EA, (2006). Bacterial pneumonia in the AIDS patients. West African Journal of Medicine. Vol 25;no1:pages 1-5(Publication of the West African College of Physician and the West African College of Surgeons comprising; Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Gambia, cote D’ Ivoire, and Sierra Leone) available at http://www.wacs.org
  16. Salami AK , Olatunji PO and Oluboyo PO. (2006). Spectrum and prognostic   significance of opportunistic diseases in HIV/AIDS patients in Ilorin, Nigeria. West  African Journal of Medicine. Vol 25;no1: pages 52-56 (Publication of the West African College of Physician and the West African College of Surgeons comprising; Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Gambia, cote D’ Ivoire, and Sierra Leone) available at http://www.wacs.org
  17. Salami AK, 2006. HIV-TB co-infection, pathogenesis, diagnosis and management in adults.  African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. Vol 7;no3: pages 158-171.(Publication of the African society of clinical and experimental microbiology, Ilorin, Nigeria) available at www.inasp.info/ajol/journals/ajcem
  18. Fawibe AE, Oluboyo PO, Salami AK.  2006. Ventilatory function in young adults Nigerians with sickle cell anaemia. African Journal of Respiratory Medicine. Vol 1 no 3 pages 21-24. (Publication FSG Communication Ltd, Cambridge, United Kingdom) available at www.fsg.co.uk
  19. Salami AK, Ameen NB, Abdulraheem IS, Onile BA. 2006. Smear positive  tuberculosis:  University of Ilorin Teaching hospital’s experience. Nigerian Medical Journal. Vol 47, no2, pages 41-43.  (Official publication of the Nigerian Medical  Association, Lagos) available at www.nigeriannma.org
  20. Salami AK, Oluboyo PO. 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, no 4, pages457-460 (Postgraduate Institute for Medical Research and Training College of Medicine, Ibadan, Nigeria) available at www.afrijmed.org
  21. Oguntoyinbo AE, Nzeh DA, Salami AK, Babatunde AS. (2008) The chest radiographs of suspected and confirmed HIV/AIDS patients - pattern of radiological features in Ilorin. Vol15, no1, pages71-77(Publication of the College of Medicine,University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria) available at www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=273&ab=TJHS
  22. Salami AK, Oluboyo PO. (2008). Health care workers and risk of hospital-related tuberculosis. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice.vol11, no1, pages32-36. (Publication of the Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria) available at www.mdcan-ng.org
  23. Olawumi HO, Olatunji PO, Salami AK, Odeigha L, Iseniyi JO. (2008).Effect of highly active antiretroviral therapy on CD4 count and weight in AIDS patients seen at the UITH, Ilorin. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice. Vol 11, No.4: pages 312-315  (Publication of the Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria) www.mdcan-ng.org
  24. Babatunde SK, Fabiyi JP, Agbede OO, Babatunde AS, Salami AK. (2009). Toxoplasmosis in HIV seropostive patients in Ilorin Kwara state. Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. Vol.16, no1 pages 29-32(Publication of the College of Medicine,University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria) www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=273&ab=TJHSFawibe AE, Oluboyo PO, Salami AK.  2006. Ventilatory function in young adults Nigerians with sickle cell anaemia. African Journal of Respiratory Medicine. Vol 1 no 3 pages 21-24. (Publication FSG Communication Ltd, Cambridge, United Kingdom) www.fsg.co.uk
  25. Salami AK, Ameen NB, Abdulraheem IS, Onile BA. 2006. Smear positive tuberculosis: University of Ilorin Teaching hospital’s experience. Nigerian Medical Journal. Vol 47, no2, pages 41-43.  (Official publication of the Nigerian Medical Association, Lagos) www.nigeriannma.org
  26. Salami AK, Oluboyo PO. 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, no 4, pages 457-60 (Postgraduate Institute for Medical Research and Training College of Medicine, Ibadan, Nigeria) www.afrijmed.org
  27. Oguntoyinbo AE, Nzeh DA, Salami AK, Babatunde AS. 2006 The chest radiographs of suspected and confirmed HIV/AIDS patients - pattern of radiological features in Ilorin. Tropical journal of health sciences. Vol15, no1, pages71-77 (Publication of the College of Medicine,University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria) www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=273&ab=TJHS
  28. Salami AK, Katibi IA. 2007. Tuberculosis amongst the health care workers of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital. Tropical Doctor. Vol37, No4, pages 251-251 (Publication of the Royal society of Medicine press Ltd, London) www.fsg.co.uk
  29. Salami AK, Oluboyo PO. 2007. Health care workers and risk of hospital-related tuberculosis. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice. (Publication of the Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria) www.mdcan-ng.org
  30. Olawumi HO, Olatunji PO, Salami AK, Odeigha L, Iseniyi JO. 2008.Effect of highly active antiretroviral therapy on CD4 count and weight in AIDS patients seen at the UITH, Ilorin. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice. Vol 11, No.4: pages 312-315  (Publication of the Medical and Dental Consultants Association of Nigeria) www.mdcan-ng.org
  31. OO Desalu, AK salami, PO Oluboyo. 2008 Prevalence and socio-demographic determinants of obesity among adults in an urban Nigerian population. Sahel Medical Journal. Vol 11, No.2: pages 61-64 (Publication of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Nigeria.) www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=738&ab=SMJ
  32. Babatunde SK, Fabiyi JP, Agbede OO, Babatunde AS, Salami AK. 2009. Toxoplasmosis in HIV seropostive patients in Ilorin Kwara state. Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. Vol.16, no1 pages 29-32(Publication of the College of Medicine,University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria) www.ajol.info/journal_index.php?jid=273&ab=TJHS
  33. Salami AK, Akande AA, Olokoba AB. 2009. Serum lipids and glucose abnormalities in HIV/AIDS patients on antiretroviral therapies. West African Journal of Medicine. Vol 28; No1: pages 300-305. (Publication of the West African College of Physician and the West African College) http://www.wacs.org
  34. Salami AK, Isa MB. 2009. HIV associated neurosyphilis: report of a fatal case due to fear of work-place stigma. Annals of African Medicine Vol.8, no.3, pages192-195 (Publication of the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Nigeria) www.bioline.org.br/am
  35. OO Desalu, AK salami, PO Oluboyo. 2009. Self reported risk factors of asthma in a Nigerian adult population. Turkish Thoracic Journal. Vol.10, no.2, pages56-62(official publication of the Turkish thoracic society) http://www.toraks.org.tr
  36. OO Desalu, AK salami, PO Oluboyo. 2009. Prevalence of self reported allergic rhinitis and its relationship with asthma among adults Nigeria. Journal of investigational allergology and clinical immunology. Vol. 19, no6: pages 474-480. www.jiaci.org/
  37. OO Desalu, OA Busari, CC Onyedum, FK Salawu, OA Obateru, KC Nwogu, AK Salami. 2009. Evaluation of current knowledge, awareness and practice of spirometry among hospital-based Nigerian Doctors' BMC Pulmonary Medicine. vol 9, no 50. (Publication of the Biomedical Central journal) http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2466/9/50
  38. OO Desalu, AK salami, PO Oluboyo. 2009. The prevalence of bronchial asthma among adults in Ilorin, Nigeria. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. Vol 38, no---, pages 149-154. (Postgraduate Institute for Medical Research and Training College of Medicine, Ibadan, Nigeria) www.afrijmed.org