Dr. David A. ADERINTO

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NameDavid A. ADERINTO

Designation: Lecturer 1
Faculty: CLINICAL SCIENCES
Department: Anaesthesia
Phone Number: 08033514592

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Biography:

Dr. David Adedapo Aderinto was born on the 27th May, 1975 to the family of Pa S.A. and Mrs. A.A. Aderinto of Agbanu’s Compound Ede Osun State in Nigeria.
He started his education from Olukotun Baptist Day School Iwo. He later changed his school due to parental movement and finished at the Army children school Ede both in Osun state. He gained admission to the Adventist Grammar School Ede, where he finished his secondary education with excellent grade and was also the Head Boy in his final year.
He bagged his MBChB degree program from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun state in 2001. Following a successful completion of his internship at the University College Hospital Ibadan, he proceeded to the national service where he bagged the Kogi state NYSC state award for a meritorious service at the Kogi state Police Headquarter clinic Lokoja.
Dr. Aderinto commenced his postgraduate medical training at the LAUTECH Teaching Hospital Osogbo before finally settling down at the University College Hospital where he received the Diploma of Anaesthesia (WACS) and the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria Fellowship in Anaesthesia (FMCA).
His first academic appointment was with the BABCOCK University Teaching Hospital Ilisan-Remo, Ogun State.
He is happily married to Dr. Oyindamola O. Aderinto a consultant Family Physician and the union is blessed with three children

Research

Completed Research

1. Evaluation of Knowledge of Doctors in a Nigerian tertiary Hospital about CPR.

2. Effect of Breastfeeding during venipuncture in neonate.

3. Intensive care admissions of patients following surgery.

4. Clinical Audit of Knowledge and Practice of Epidural Labour Analgesia Amongst Obstetricians in South-West Nigeria.

5. The Etiology and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns of Urinary Tract Infections at a Private Nigerian Teaching Hospital in South West Nigeria.

6. Effect of intraoperative low-dose ketamine infusion on postoperative pain management following mastectomy.

Publications

1. Osinaike BB, Aderinto DA, Oyebamiji EO, Dairo MD. Evaluation of Knowledge of Doctors in a Nigerian tertiary Hospital about CPR. Nigerian Medical Practitioner 2007; 52(1):16-18.

2. Osinaike BB, Adeoye OT, Dairo MD, Aderinto DA. Effect of Breastfeeding during venipuncture in neonate. Annals of Tropical Paediatrics 2007 Sep; 27(3):201-5.

3. Osinaike BB, Aderinto DA. Intensive care admissions of patients following surgery African Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.2009 March; 9(2):

4. Rukewe A, Ogunlade SO, Idowu OA, Aderinto DA. Subclavian perivascular block for open reduction and internal fixation of left midshaft humerus fracture- A case report. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences.2010; 39, 69-71.

5. Osinaike BB, Ogunbode OO, Aderinto DA. Clinical Audit of Knowledge and Practice of Epidural Labour Analgesia Amongst Obstetricians in South-West Nigeria. East African Journal of Public Health. 2010 June; 7(2):192

6. Elikwu CJ, Shobowale EO, Oluyemi OY, Afolabi, DO, Aderinto DA, Onyedibe KI, Solarin AU. The Etiology and Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns of Urinary Tract Infections at a Private Nigerian Teaching Hospital in South West Nigeria. Afr. J. Clin. Exper. Microbiol. 2017 Jan; 18 (1): 21- 28

7. Oguntade FAO, Aderinto DA, Salami OI. Pioneer craniotomy at Babcock University Teaching Hospital: Anaesthetic management. Babcock University Medical Journal. 2017 Sept; 2(1): 55-57

8. Badru AI, Aderinto DA. Hydrocarbon inhalational poisoning in commercial painters: a report of two cases in a tertiary health facility in Ibadan, Nigeria. Prime Medics Journal. 2019; 2(1): 49-55

9. Aderinto DA, Osinaike BB. Meditation Position: case series and description of an uncommon position for central neuraxial block. Prime Medics Journal. 2020; 3(1): 11-16

10. Aderinto DA, Osinaike BB, Soyannwo OA, Ogundiran TO, Amanor-Boadu SD. Effect of intraoperative low-dose ketamine infusion on postoperative pain management following mastectomy. Afr. J. Med. Med. Sci. (2021)50,77-84

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 Sport: Table tennis, Chess, Medical Outreaches as a volunteer and agriculture.


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