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Abereijo, IO, Aladekomo FO.  2008.  Beyond Credit: The Role of Non-Financial Assistance in Promoting SMEs Development in Nigeria. African Journal of Communication & Development Studies. 2(1):309-315.
Abereijo, IO, Ilori MO.  2012.  Technological Spillovers from Multinational Companies to Small and Medium Food Companies in Nigeria. Management of Technological Innovation in Developing and Developed Countries. , Rijeka, Croatia: InTech
Abereijo, IO, Afolabi JF.  2017.  Religiosity and entrepreneurship intentions among Pentecostal Christians. Entrepreneurship: concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications. :1865–1880.: IGI Global Abstract
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Abidoye, I, Ayoola O, Idowu B, Aderibigbe A, Loto O.  2017.  Uterine artery Doppler velocimetry in hypertensive disorder of pregnancy in Nigeria, 2017/12/29. 17 Abstract

Aim of the study: To evaluate the value of uterine artery Doppler indices and waveformpattern in predicting fetuses at risk for intrauterine growth restriction in hypertensive
disorders of pregnancy. Materials and methods: This was a prospective cross-sectional
study including 80 pregnant subjects with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and two
control groups. Uterine artery Doppler sonography was performed in all study participants.
Uterine artery Doppler indices across the groups were compared using the analysis
of variance (ANOVA) while the presence of prediastolic notch was analyzed with the Chi
Square test. Results: For the hypertensive disorders of pregnancy group, resistivity index
> 0.66 had a sensitivity of 50.0%, specificity of 69.1% and a positive predictive value of
22.2% for predicting intrauterine growth restriction. The odds ratio was 2.2 with a 95%
confidence interval of 0.6–7.8. The presence of prediastolic notching had a sensitivity of
100.0%, specificity of 96.0% and a positive predictive value of 80.0% for predicting intrauterine
growth restriction. The odds ratio was 22.7 with a 95% confidence interval of
7.5–68.5. Conclusion: Uterine artery Doppler sonography is useful for predicting fetuses
at risk for intrauterine growth restriction in hypertensive disorder of pregnancy. Prediastolic
notching is more sensitive and more specific than uterine artery resistivity index in
predicting fetuses at risk of intrauterine growth restriction in established hypertensive
disorder of pregnancy.

Abidoye, AI, Oluwadare CO, Baloye DO.  2019.  Analysis of elevation models for Nigerian 2D cadastre height determination. . African Journal of Land Policy and Geospatial Sciences. 2(3):1-12.
Abidoye, AI, Oluwadare CO, Babalola SO.  2019.  Suggested Framework for Integrating Elevation Data into Existing Planimetric Cadastre System in Nigeria. Journal of Geomatics and Environmental Research. 2(1):19-36.abidoye_et_al.pdf
Abidoye, AI, Oluwadare CO.  2019.  Geospatial Requirements for Implementation of 3D Cadastre and its Potentials for Sustainable Land Governance in Nigeria. Drivers and Dynamics of Change in the Built Environment. :592-604., Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife : Faculty of Environmental and Design Management Obafemi Awolowo University Ile Ife
Abimbola, J, Adenekan A, Owojuyigbe A, Orji E, Owojuyigbe T, Aaron O.  2020.  Opioid sparing effect of post induction intramuscular midazolam following myomectomy, 10. Middle East journal of anaesthesiology. 27:187-195. Abstract
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Abimbola, J, Adenekan A, Owojuyigbe A, Orji E, Owojuyigbe T, Aaron O.  2020.  Opioid sparing effect of post induction intramuscular midazolam following myomectomy, 2020/10/01. 27:187-195. Abstract

Background: Adequate post-operative pain control is essential for smooth recovery after surgery. This study assessed the opioid-sparing effect of immediate post-induction intramuscular midazolam in patients who underwent myomectomy under general anesthesia.Methods: This is a randomized double-blinded controlled study of sixty ASA I and II female patients allocated into three groups. Group A received intramuscular midazolam 0.1mg/kg, group B received intramuscular diclofenac 75mg while group C had a placebo following induction of anesthesia. All patients had morphine 0.1mg/kg for intraoperative analgesia before skin incision. Pain scores were compared at recovery, then at 1st, 2nd, 4th and 8th post-operative hours. In addition, the total opioid consumption over the first 24 hours postoperatively was compared between the three groups.
Results: The pain scores at the end of surgery, 1st and 2nd hours were comparable in the 3 groups; however there was statistically significant difference at the 4th hour postoperatively (p = 0.0001), with lowest pain scores in the midazolam and diclofenac groups (3.70 ± 0.66 and 3.80 ± 1.01 respectively) compared to the placebo group (4.75 ± 0.79). The total additional opioid (pentazocine) consumption in first 24 hour after surgery was significantly reduced in the midazolam group (105.00 ± 15.39 mg) compared to diclofenac and placebo groups (112.50 ± 13.33 mg, and 121.50 ± 18.14 mg respectively, p = 0.007).
Conclusion: Post induction intramuscular Midazolam at 0.1mg/kg appears to have a better opioid sparing effect compared to intramuscular diclofenac 75mg in the early postoperative period
following myomectomy done under general anesthesia.

Abiodun, A, Abiodun A, Ibigbami O.  2019.  Prevalence, Pattern and Correlates of Intimate Partner Violence among Postpartum Women in Osogbo, Nigeria, 2019/03/13. Abstract

Aim: Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a public health issue in both developed and developingcountries. It is one of the most common forms of violence against women. It affects all ethnic
groups and it is not impeded by cultural, socio-economic or religious barriers. IPV in postpartum
women can increase the risk of homicide and suicide. The study aimed to assess the prevalence,
pattern and correlates of IPV among postpartum women attending postnatal and infant welfare
clinics of LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Osogbo.
Study Design: This was a cross-sectional study.
Place and Duration of Study: This study was conducted at LTH, Osogbo Nigeria between
September and November 2015.
Methodology: This was study conducted among 220 consenting postpartum women using
Composite Abuse Scale and socio-demographic questionnaire. Data were analyzed usingStatistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 21. The level of statistical significance was
set at p-value less than 0.05.
Results: Prevalence of IPV was 26.8%, patterns of IPV were physical abuse 14.5%. Emotional
abuse, 26.3, severe combined abuse 9.9% and Harassment 14.5%. IPV was significantly
associated with support from respondents’ partner during pregnancy (χ2= 5.470, p=0.019) and
partner’s religion. (χ2= 7.746, p= 0.010) The odd ratio for those who had partner’s support was less
than 1. (OR =0.337, p=0.014, CI=0.141-0.803).
Conclusion: The prevalence of IPV is high among postpartum women. Increased media campaign
about intimate partner violence and preventive measures is urgently needed.

Abiodun, O, Akinola D.  2019.  Mapping the Impact of Land Use and Land Cover Change on Urban Land and Vegetation in Osun State, Nigeria, 10. Nigerian Journal of Environmental Sciences and Technology. 3:317-330. Abstract
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Abiodun, AG, Egwu MO, Adedoyin RA.  2011.  Anthropometric Indices Associated with Variation in Cardiovascular Parameters among Primary School Pupils in Ile-Ife. International Journal of Hypertension. 2011:1-5.
Abiodun, AG, Egwu MO, Adedoyin RA.  2011.  Anthropometric Indices Associated with Variation in Cardiovascular Parameters among Primary School Pupils in Ile-Ife. International Journal of Hypertension. 2011:1-5.
Abiodun, A, Abiodun A, Akinsulore A.  2019.  Prevalence and Correlates of Postpartum Depression in Osogbo, Nigeria, 03. International Neuropsychiatric Disease Journal. :1-13. Abstract
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Abiola, OA, Oke AO, Koya OA, Adewole BZ.  2016.  Simulation study of typical auto-mechanics tasks. Leonardo Journal of Sciences. 29:13-24.
Abiola-Kuteyi, EA, Elias SO, Familusi AF, Fakunle A, Akinfolayan K.  2001.  The role of traditional birth attendants in Atakumosa, Nigeria.. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health. 121(2):119-124.
Abiona, O, Temitope Aladesanmi, Onime C, Oluwaranti A, Oluwatope A, Olakanmi Adewara, Tricha Anjali, Kehinde L.  2009.  A Scalable Architecture for Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis Using Free Open Source Software . Int. J. Communications, Network and System Sciences. 6:528-539.a_scalable_architecture_for_network_traffic_monitoring.docx
Abiona, O, Tricha Anjali, Onime C, Kehinde L.  2008.  Analysis of a Cyclic Multicast Proxy Server Architecture. I. J. Communications, Network and System Sciences, . 4:285-385.analysis_of_a_cyclic_multicast_proxy_server_architecture.docx
Abiona, O, Temitope Aladesanmi, Onime C, Oluwaranti A, Oluwatope A, Olakanmi Adewara, Tricha Anjali, Kehinde L.  2009.  A Scalable Architecture for Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis Using Free Open Source Software. Communications, Network and System Sciences. 6:528-539.
Abiona, OO, Oluwaranti AI, T.Anjali, Onime CE, Popoola EO, Aderounmu GA, Oluwatope AO, Kehinde LO.  2009.  Architectural Model for Wireless Peer-to-Peer (WP2P) File Sharing for Ubiquitous Mobile Devices . architectural_model_for_wireless_peer-to-peer.docx
Abiona, O, Temitope Aladesanmi, Onime C, Oluwaranti A, Oluwatope A, Olakanmi Adewara, Tricha Anjali, and Kehinde L.  2009.  A Scalable Architecture for Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis Using Free Open Source Software. Int. J. Communications, Network and System Sciences. vol 6(USA [Online: http://www.scirp.org/Journal/PaperInformation.aspx?paperID=696]):pp.528-539. Abstract

The lack of current network dynamics studies that evaluate the effects of new application and protocol deployment or long-term studies that observe the effect of incremental changes on the Internet, and the change in the overall stability of the Internet under various conditions and threats has made network monitoring challenging. A good understanding of the nature and type of network traffic is the key to solving congestion problems. In this paper we describe the architecture and implementation of a scalable network traffic moni-toring and analysis system. The gigabit interface on the monitoring system was configured to capture net-work traffic and the Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) and Webalizer produces graphical and detailed traffic analysis. This system is in use at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria; we describe how this system can be replicated in another environment.

Abiona, OO, Aladesanmi TOA, Oluwaranti AI, Onime CE, Adewara OA, Kehinde LO.  2009.  A Peer-to-Peer Security Architecture for University Wireless Network. Abstract

Wireless networks are prone to security attacks due mainly to the open nature of its transmission medium (open air). Hence wireless network security is more concentrated and complex than that of a wired network. With the advent of wireless network technologies in the market today, mobility has becomes an important requirement for most university networks. A lot of attention has been given to the provision of wireless infrastructures in the University networks, but little attention has been given to wireless network security in a University environment. The current wireless network security implemented in Universities are weak, making it possible for hacker to break into University networks and hack confidential information of students, staffs and faculty members. In this paper we propose a peer-to-peer security architecture with certificate based mutual authentication of client and network through an encrypted tunnel and dynamic per user, per session WEP keys, using only server side certificates. This will control access to the network by allowing infrastructures to authenticate users and not wireless hosts using a centralized authentication server system, RADIUS server and LDAP or Active directory server. This will allow users to use their regular username and password pair to access the network.