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Titilayo, A, Agunbiade MO, Kehinde O.  2009.  Perception and attitudes of Christian youths towards condom use (implications for HIV/AIDS in Nigeria). African Research Review. 3, Number 1 Abstract
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and Titilayo A., Ekundayo O.O., O-OAOJAO.  2017.  Sexual Violence as a Predictor of Unwanted Pregnancy: Evidence from the 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey. European Scientific Journal.. 13(20):141-153.
and Titilayo A., Ekundayo O.O., O-OAOJAO.  2017.  Sexual Violence as a Predictor of Unwanted Pregnancy: Evidence from the 2013 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey. European Scientific Journal.. 13(20):141-153.
TO, O, Owojuyigbe A, Afolayan J, MO A.  2017.  Preloading or Coloading of Crysralloid for Prevention of Hypotension during Ceaserian Section under Spinal Anaesthesia, a Randomisd Control Trial, 2017/04/01. 16:140-142. Abstract

Background: Hypotension after spinal anesthesia for cesarean delivery is common. Previous studies have demonstrated that a crystalloid fluid " coload " (rapid administration of a fluid bolus starting at the time of intrathecal injection) is superior to the conventional crystalloid preload (fluid administered before the intrathecal injection) for preventing hypotension. However there is paucity of study on the effectiveness or otherwise of coloading as against the common practice of crystalloid preloading for ceaserian section under subarachnoid block. This study compared crystalloid preloading to coloading in preventing hypotension usually associated with subarachnoid block for ceaserian section Methods: In this double-blind study, 60 patients were randomly assigned to receive a preload of 1L of normal saline over a period of 15–20 min before initiation of spinal anesthesia or an identical fluid (bolus of normal saline) starting at the time of identification of cerebrospinal fluid. Vasopressors (ephedrine) were administered if systolic arterial blood pressure decreased less than 80% of the baseline pressure and <100 mm Hg. The primary outcome was the incidence of hypotension (defined as the administration of at least one dose of vasopressor). Other complications like nausea and vomiting were also sought for. Results: There was no significant difference in the two groups in the incidence of hypotension (p= 0.823), nausea and vomiting and vasopressor requirements. Conclusion: There is no difference in the incidence of hypotension whether patients were coloaded or preloaded.

Tolulope, O, Olutayo A, Babatunde S, Adesanmi A.  2019.  Suicidality in a non-clinical sample of Nigerian adolescents: prevalence and correlates. Suicidology Online. 10:1–8., Number 7 Abstract
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Towolawi, AT, Arowolo TA, Bada BS, Badejo AA, T aiwo AM.  2017.  PHYTOEXTRACTION ASSESSMENT OF GREEN AMARANTH (Amaranthus viridis Linn.) GROWN ON SOIL AMENDED WITH SEWAGE SLUDGE. Ife Journal of Science. 19(1):133-140.towolawi_et_al_13.pdf
Toyin, AS'ad, Olugbenga SJ, Ayodele BR, Joseph OO, Moji B-OT.  2016.  Allele and genotype frequencies of cytochrome P450 2B6 516G> T single nucleotide polymorphism in HIV-negative and HIV-infected adult Nigerian populations. American journal of therapeutics. 23:e1715–e1719., Number 6: LWW Abstract
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Tshizanga, N, Aransiola EF, Oyekola O.  2017.  Optimisation of biodiesel production from waste vegetable oil and eggshell ash. South african journal of chemical engineering. 23:145–156., Number 1: South African Institution of Chemical Engineers (SAIChE) Abstract
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