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Erhabor, GE, Adedoyin RA, Abayomi SO, Obembe AO.  2004.  Evaluation of energy expenditure using three different exercise protocols in asthmatic subjects. Fizyoterapi Rehabilitasyon. 15(2):55-60.
Erhabor, GE, Agbroko SO, Bamigboye P, Awopeju OF.  2006.  Prevalence of Asthma symptoms among University students’ Aged 15-35 years in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State. Journal of Asthma. 43 (2):161-164.
Erhabor, GE, Fatusi S, Obembe O.  2001.  Pulmonary symptoms and functions of arc welders in Modakeke, Ile-Ife, Nigeria. East Africa Med Journal. 78:461-464.
Erhabor, GE, Akinsulore A, Awopeju OF, Arawomo AO, Erhabor JO.  2020.  Perceived Stigma and Its Relationship with Anxiety, Depression and Stress Among Patients with Pulmonary Tuberculosis in Ile-ife, Nigeria. D26. CLINICAL AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS IN TB. :A6377–A6377.: American Thoracic Society Abstract
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Erhabor, GE, Adewole OO, Ogunlade O.  2006.  A five-year review of tuberculosis mortality among hospitalized patients in Ile-Ife.. Indian Journal of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences. 48:253-256.paper_1_five-year_review_of_tb_mortality.pdf
Erhabor, GE, Adewole O, Adisa A, Olajolo O.  2003.  A 3 – year Review of Directly Observed Short Course Therapy for Pulmonary Tuberculosis – A report of a three-year experience in a teaching hospital. Journal of the National Medical Association. 95(11):1082-1088.
Erhun, WO, Afolabi MO.  2005.  Patients{\textbackslash}{\textquotesingle} response to waiting time in an out-patient pharmacy in Nigeria, may. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 2, Number 2: African Journals Online ({AJOL}) AbstractWebsite
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Erinosho, K, Anozie A, Odejobi O, Braimah M, Adeaga O.  2021.  EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF LOCALLY MADE PARABOLIC TROUGH SOLAR THERMAL COLLECTOR UNIT, 07. Abstract
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Esan, O, Toluse A, Asaolu O, Orimolade A.  2016.  Determinants of re-operation following tibia intramedullary nailing at a tertiary hospital in south-west Nigeria, 12. Pan African Medical Journal. 25 Abstract
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Esan, O, Akinsulore A, Yusuf MB, Adegbehingbe OO.  2017.  Assessment of emotional distress and parenting stress among parents of children with clubfoot in south-western Nigeria. SA Orthopaedic Journal. 16:26–31., Number 2: South African Orthopaedic Association Abstract
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Esan, O, Akinwande IO, Esan OT, Soyoye D.  2021.  Burden of musculoskeletal disorders among diabetics and their functional capacity in Southwest, Nigeria, 2021/01/01. 20:15. Abstract
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Esan, A, Folayan MO, Egbetade G, Oyedele T.  2015.  Effect of a school-based oral health education programme on use of recommended oral self-care for reducing the risk for caries by children in Nigeria. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry. 25(4):282-90.doi:10.1111/ipd.12143..
Esimai, OA, Omoniyi-Esan GO.  2009.  Wait time and service satisfaction at Antenatal Clinic. Awolowo University Ile-Ife. East Afr J Public Health. 6(3):309-311.
Esimai, OA, E.O.Orji.  2005.  Sexual behavior and contraceptive use among secondary school students in llesha ,South West ,Nigeria.. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 25(3):269-272.
Esimai, OA, Ojo OS, Fasuba OB.  2002.  Utilization of approved health facilities for delivery in Ile-Ife, Osun State Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Medicine. 11(4):177-179.
Esimai, OA, Fatoye FO, Quiah AG, Vidal OE, Momoh RM.  2008.  Anxiety and depressive symptoms: A study of Nigeria women during the three semesters of pregnancy.. Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 28(2):202-203.
Esimai, OA, Aluko OO.  2015.  {Determinants of use of insecticide treated bednets among caregivers of under five children in an urban local government area of Osun state, South-Western Nigeria}, sep. Global journal of health science. 7:20–27., Number 2 AbstractWebsite

In Sub Sahara Africa, the use of Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) is one of many strategies of Roll Back Malaria (RBM) initiatives to reduce malaria burden. This study therefore assessed the current use of insecticide treated nets and the determinants of its use among the caregivers of under five children in an urban local government area in Osun state, Nigeria. The study utilised a cross-sectional design among caregivers of under- five children selected from households by multistage sampling technique. The study collected quantitative data using pretested semi structured, interviewer administered questionnaire while factors that determine the current use of ITN were identified using multi linear logistic regression. The study revealed that 54.4% caregivers of under five children were aware of ITNs as one of the malaria preventive measures, 49.1% had good knowledge of ITN and 38% agreed with the use of ITNs. Thirty four percent had access to ITNs, 32.3% owned at least one ITN with 30.3% reported been given free in the health care facilities. Thirty three percent had ever used and the foremost reasons for non-use are not readily available and expensive. Only 18.5% currently used ITNs and challenges faced were not easy to treat, difficult to set up and no place to keep it. Marital status, knowledge of ITN, attitude towards ITN, ownership of ITN and free ITN were factors that determined the use of ITNs amongst the respondents. There is a need to ensure intensive awareness on ITNs through campaigns and embark on its mass distribution to the public to enhance use.

Esimai, OA, Awotoye OO.  2009.  Estimation of Lead in urine of school children in south western , Nigeria and effect of ascorbic intervention. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 3(11):370-375.
Esimai, OA, Fatusi OA, Fatusi AO, Onayade AA.  2000.  Acceptance of Hepatitis B vaccine by workers in a Nigerian Teaching Hospital . East African Medical Journal. 77(11):608-612.
Essien, O, Akinola N, Bolarinwa R, Ibanga I, Adesina TJ.  2020.  Serum Ferritin Levels and Haemochromatosis Genes (C282Y and H63D) in Nigerian Patients with Sickle Cell Anaemia in the Steady State. Available at SSRN 3537092. Abstract
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Eyi, A, Ajenifuja E, Taleatu B, Ogunmola E, Omotoso E, Adeyemi O, Babatunde OG.  2017.  Surface microstructure, optical and electrical properties of spray pyrolyzed PbS and Zn-PbS thin films for optoelectronic applications, 2017/01/26. Materials Science- Poland. 35 Abstract

Lead sulphide (PbS) and zinc- doped lead sulphide (Zn-PbS) thin films were prepared by chemical spray pyrolysis on soda lime glass substrates at a temperature of 250 °C. Precursors were prepared from chemical reagents including zinc acetate, lead acetate and thiourea. The deposited films thicknesses and elemental composition were studied by Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy (RBS); the percentages of Pb and S were estimated as 40.58 % and 59.42 %, respectively, while for the Zn-doped sample, the percentages of Zn, Pb and S were respectively 4.84 %, 44.57 % and 50.59 %. Morphological studies revealed that the films were continuous and the particles were uniformly distributed across the substrate surface. AFM probe revealed nanostructured films with particles densely distributed across the substrates surfaces with incorporation of Zn

Ezechi, O, Makinde O, Kalu B, Nnatu S.  2003.  Risk factors for preterm delivery in South Western Nigeria, 08. Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 23:387-91. Abstract
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