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Yakubu, A, Folayan MO, Sani-Gwarzo N, Nguku P, Peterson K, Brandon B.  2014.  The Ebola outbreak in Western Africa-ethical obligations for care . Journal of Medical Ethics . :doi:10.1136/medethics-2014-102434..
Yasuko, S, Akanmu MA, Masato M, Kazuhiko Y, K.Honda.  2010.  Alpha-fluoromethylhistidine, a histamine synthesis inhibitor, inhibits orexin-induced wakefulness in rats. Behaviourable brain research. Vol. 207:151-154.
Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation potentials and effects of lead on growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L.(Pteridaceae: Fern). Notulae Scientia Biologicae. 10:540–546., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation Potentials and Effects of Lead on Growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern).. Notulae Scientia Biologicae,. 10:540–545., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation potentials and effects of lead on growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L.(Pteridaceae: Fern). Notulae Scientia Biologicae. 10:540–546., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation potentials and effects of lead on growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L.(Pteridaceae: Fern). Notulae Scientia Biologicae. 10:540–546., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation Potentials and Effects of Lead on Growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern).. Notulae Scientia Biologicae,. 10:540–545., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation potentials and effects of lead on growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L.(Pteridaceae: Fern). Notulae Scientia Biologicae. 10:540–546., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation Potentials and Effects of Lead on Growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern).. Notulae Scientia Biologicae,. 10:540–545., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation Potentials and Effects of Lead on Growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern).. Notulae Scientia Biologicae,. 10:540–545., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation potentials and effects of lead on growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L.(Pteridaceae: Fern). Notulae Scientia Biologicae. 10:540–546., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation Potentials and Effects of Lead on Growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern).. Notulae Scientia Biologicae,. 10:540–545., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation potentials and effects of lead on growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L.(Pteridaceae: Fern). Notulae Scientia Biologicae. 10:540–546., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation Potentials and Effects of Lead on Growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern).. Notulae Scientia Biologicae,. 10:540–545., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuf, AA, Oloyede FA, Bamigboye RA.  2018.  Phytoremediation Potentials and Effects of Lead on Growth of Pteris vittata L. and Pityrogramma calomelanos L. (Pteridaceae: Fern).. Notulae Scientia Biologicae,. 10:540–545., Number 4 Abstract
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Yusuff, O, Kolawole B, Ikem R, Soyoye D, Amjo O.  2020.  Cardiovascular Risk Indices and Their Impact on Outcome in Patients with Hyperglycaemic Emergencies in a Nigerian Hospital, 2020/01/20. 112 Abstract

Background:High sensitivity C-reactive protein (hsCRP) and Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor-1 (PAI-1) are recognised independent novel risk factors for cardiovascular disease. Few studies have assessed cardiovascular risk factors in patients with hyperglycaemic emergencies (HE), despite it being a major cause of death in diabetics.
Objective:
The objective of this study was to determine cardiovascular risk indices in patients with hyperglycaemic emergencies and related these with outcome.
Methods:
This cross sectional study involved 45 patients that presented with HE and 45 age and sex matched diabetics without HE who served as controls. Historical features, physical findings and laboratory parameters including hsCRP and PAI-1 were compared between subjects and controls.
Results:
The mean values of serum hsCRP and PAI-1 were significantly higher in patients with HE compared to diabetic control. (49.52 ± 13.6 vs. 2.4 ± 1.35, 51.2 ± 28.7 vs. 33.2 ± 10.7 respectively). Traditional cardiovascular risk factors such as HbA1c, Atherogenic Index and microalbuminuria were also significantly higher in them. Mortality was associated with increasing age, higher values of waist circumference, pulse rate, respiratory rate, hsCRP, Atherogenic index and lower blood pressure and HDL values.
Conclusion:
Cardiovascular risk indices are higher in patients with HE.

Yusuff, O, Owolabi F, Lawal-Bello A, Amjo O, Soyoye D, Kolawole B.  2016.  Type 2 DM risk evaluation in Nigerian undergraduates in Ile Ife: a comparison of the Finnish vs Indian risk scoring system, 2016/10/14. Abstract

Background & objectives: Type 2 diabetes is on the increase especially among young people around the world due to increase in obesity and sedentary life style. Many risks scoring system has been developed and validated worldwide. Most are simple and inexpensive.This research was to determine the applicability of these scoring systems in our environment and to compare the sensitivity of the Finnish versus the Indian scoring system in OAU undergraduates at Ile-Ife.
Methods: Hundred and eighty undergraduate students of OAU were recruited, the two questionnaires were administered which incorporated simple parameters such as age, abdominal obesity, BMI, physical activity, family history of DM, consumption of fruits and vegetable.
Results: 73.3% had low risk while 26.7% had moderate risk, 0% had high risk using the IDRS. While FINDRISC had 87.2% with low risk, 12.2% slightly elevated risk and 0.6%with moderate risk. The IDRS was more sensitive in detecting those at risk compared to the FINDRISC.
Conclusions: Most of the respondents had low risk of developing type 2 DM, It is important to educate them on prevention of type 2 DM. A Nigerian DM risk score should be developed.
Keywords: T2DM, India Diabetes Risk Score (IDRS), Finnish Diabetes risk score (FINDRISC), Prevention.