Dr. Olayinka R. EYELADE

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Name: Olayinka R. Eyelade

Designation: Reader
Faculty: CLINICAL SCIENCES
Department: Anaesthesia
Phone Number: +2348061671076

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 Brief Biography:

I obtained the basic medical degree (MBBS) from the prestigious University of Ibadan in 1990 and commenced residency training in Anaesthesia at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria in 1994. My residency training included a brief stint at the James Paget Hospital, Great Yarmouth and Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, both in the UK under the Overseas Doctor Training Scheme (ODTS).  I took up appointment as a Lecturer in the Department of Anaesthesia, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan (UI) in the year 2001. In order to enhance my research and mentoring activities, I undertook a Master of Science in Bioethics programme sponsored by the US NIH between 2007 & 2010 and Obtained the M.Sc. degree in 2010. Current, I am a Reader (Associate Professor) of Anaesthesia at the College of Medicine, UI with over 20 years post fellowship experience as a Physician Anaesthetist and Lecturer. I bring my wealth of experience and training both in clinical Anaesthesia and Research ethics to bear in teaching Anaesthesia and Bioethics to undergraduate and postgraduate students. My clinical duties are mainly at the University College Hospital, where I work as an Honorary Consultant. My clinical practice includes Anaesthesia for Paediatric Ophthalmic & Ophthalmic Oncological Surgeries, Anaesthesia and sedation for day-case and paediatric procedures.I obtained the basic medical degree (MBBS) from the prestigious University of Ibadan in 1990 and commenced residency training in Anaesthesia at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria in 1994. My residency training included a brief stint at the James Paget Hospital, Great Yarmouth and Kingston Hospital NHS Trust, both in the UK under the Overseas Doctor Training Scheme (ODTS).  I took up appointment as a Lecturer in the Department of Anaesthesia, College of Medicine, University of Ibadan (UI) in the year 2001. In order to enhance my research and mentoring activities, I undertook a Master of Science in Bioethics programme sponsored by the US NIH between 2007 & 2010 and Obtained the M.Sc. degree in 2010. Current, I am a Reader (Associate Professor) of Anaesthesia at the College of Medicine, UI with over 20 years post fellowship experience as a Physician Anaesthetist and Lecturer. I bring my wealth of experience and training both in clinical Anaesthesia and Research ethics to bear in teaching Anaesthesia and Bioethics to undergraduate and postgraduate students. My clinical duties are mainly at the University College Hospital, where I work as an Honorary Consultant. My clinical practice includes Anaesthesia for Paediatric Ophthalmic & Ophthalmic Oncological Surgeries, Anaesthesia and sedation for day-case and paediatric procedures.

Research

 
1. Adebayo OK, Eyelade OR, Adigun TA. Comparative Effects of Perineural versus Perivascular Technique for Axillary Brachial Block in Upper Limb Surgery.

2. Ojediran SO, Eyelade OR, The Effects of Ketofol TIVA versus Isoflurane on Emergence Agitation in Children undergoing Cataract Extraction.

3. Okanlawon TF, Eyelade OR, Adebiyi OO. Relationship between Heart Rate Variability and Hypotension following Spinal Anaesthesia in Patients coming for Elective Surgery.

4. Ehinmowo IO, Eyelade OR, Vaccine mandate: Perspective of adults attending vaccination centres on the role of medical paternalism and personal autonomy.
 
5. Ugheoke A, Eyelade OR, Adigun TA. Comparison of sedation characteristics of ketofol and propofol in day case inguinal herniorrhaphy under local anaesthesia
 

Publications

Chapters in Published Books


1. Eyelade, O. R., Amanor-Boadu, S. D. Pain management in the surgical patient. In Olapade-Olaopa E. O., Ladipo, J.K., Oladokun, A., Amanor-Boadu, S.D.  (Eds) Essential Surgical Skills for Africa Ibadan.  BookBuilders Publishers; (ISBN 978-929023390-9).

2. Eyelade, O.R. (2022): Ethical Issues in Palliative Care. In Soyannwo O.A., Ogunniyi, A., Ajayi, I.O. (Eds) Essentials of Palliative Care: A Handbook for Health Professionals and Students. College Press Publishers; (ISBN 978-978-59159-5-2).

Journal Articles Journal Articles 


3. Oladokun, A.; Eyelade, O.R.; Morhason-Bello, I.; Fadare, O.; Akinyemi, J.; Adedokun, B. (2009): Awareness and Desirability of labour epidural analgesia: a survey of Nigerian women. International Journal of obstetric Anaesthesia Vol. 18, 38-42.

4. Eyelade, O.R.; Oladokun, R.E.; Fatiregun, A.A. (2009): Convergent validity of pain measuring tools among Nigerian children. African Journal of Medicine and medical Sciences Vol. 38, 333 – 336.

5. Eyelade, O.R.; Akinyemi, J.O.; Adewole, I.F. (2010): Patients’ perception and knowledge of anaesthesia and anaesthetists – a questionnaire survey. South African Journal of Anaesthesiology and Analgesia Vol. 16, 28– 31.

6. Eyelade, O.R.; Orimadegun, A.E.; Akinyemi, O.A.; Tongo, O.O.; Akinyinka, O. O. (2011): Esophageal, Tympanic, Rectal, and Skin Temperatures in Children Undergoing Surgery with General Anaesthesia. Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing Vol.26, No. 3, 151-159.

7. Idowu, O.A, Sanusi, A.A., Eyelade, O.R. (2011): Effects of intrathecally administered fentanyl on duration of analgesia in patients undergoing spinal anaesthesia for elective caesarean section. African Journal of Medicine and medical Sciences Vol. 40, 213 – 219. 

8. Eyelade, O.R.; Ajuwon, A.J.; Adebamowo, C.A. (2011): An appraisal of the process of protocol review by an ethics review committee in a tertiary institution in Ibadan. African Journal of Medicine and medical Sciences Vol. 40, 163 – 169.

9. Eyelade, O.R.; Ajayi I.O.; Elumelu, T.N.; Soyannwo, O.A.; Akinyemi, O.A. (2012): Oral morphine Effectiveness in Nigerian patients with Advanced Cancer. Journal of Pain and Palliative Care Pharmacotherapy Vol. 26, 24- 29.

10. Eyelade, O.R., Sanusi, A.A., Adigun, T.A., Amanor-Boadu, S.D. (2012) Awareness under Anaesthesia: A review of patients following General Anesthesia at a Tertiary Hospital in Nigeria. African Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Vol. 12, No. 1, 1-5.

11. Adigun, T.A., Eyelade, O.R. (2012): Choice of Anaesthetic Technique for delivery of pregnancy complicated by placenta praevia in Ibadan.   Journal of Anaesthesia and Clinical Research 205 doi: 10,4172/2155-6148, 1000295.  

12. Eyelade, O.R., Adesina, O.A., Adewole, I.F., Adebowale, S.A. (2015): Blood Transfusion Requirement during Caesarean Delivery: Risk Factors. Annals of Ibadan Postgraduate Medicine Vol. 13, No. 1, 29-35. 

13. Kotila, T.R.; Busari, O.E.; Makanjuola, V.; Eyelade, O.R. (2015): Addiction or Pseudoaddiction in Sickle Cell Disease Patients: Time to Decide – A Case Series. Annals of Ibadan Postgraduate Medicine Vol.13, No.1, 44-47.

14. Eyelade, O.R., Sanusi, A., Adigun, T., Adejumo, O. (2016): Outcome of Anaesthesia in Elective Surgical Patients with Comorbidities. Annals of African Medicine Vol. 15, No. 2, 78-82. 

15. Salami OF, Amanor-Boadu SD, Eyelade O R, Olateju SO. (2017): Effects of low-dose dexamethasone combined with caudal analgesia on post-herniotomy pain. Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal Vol. 24, 230-5.

16. Biccard BM, Madiba TE, Kluyts HL, Munlemvo DM, Madzimbamuto FD, Basenero A, Gordon CS, Youssouf C, Rakotoarison SR, Gobin V, Samateh AL, Sani CM, Omigbodun AO, African Surgical Outcomes Study (ASOS) investigators. Perioperative patient outcomes in the African Surgical Outcomes Study: a 7-day prospective observational cohort study. (2018). Lancet. Vol. 391(10130):1589-1598. 

17. Kluyts HL, Manach Y Le, Munlemvo DM, Madzimbamuto F, Basenero A, ...The ASOS Surgical Risk Calculator: development and validation of a tool for identifying African Surgical patients at risk of severe postoperative complications (2018). British Journal of Anaesthesia 121(6): 1357-1363.

18. Salaudeen GO, Afuwape OO, Eyelade OR, Olapade-Olaopa EO. (2018): Effectiveness of Postoperative Analgesia in the Management of Acute Pain in Day-Case Surgeries. Annals of African Medicine Vol. 17, No 3, 140-4.

19. Bishop D, Dyer RA, Maswime S, Rodseth RN, Van Dyk D, Kluyts HL…Maternal and neonatal outcomes after caesarean delivery in the African Surgical Outcomes Study: a 7-day prospective observational cohort study (2019). The Lancet Global Health 7 (4); e513-e522.

20. ASOS-2 Investigators. (2021): Enhanced postoperative surveillance versus standard of care to reduce mortality among adult surgical patients in Africa (ASOS-2): a cluster-randomised controlled trial. Lancet Glob Health.  Vol. 9(10): e1391-e1401.

Supervision

CURRENT STUDENTS


Masters Level: Ogunyemi, O.O. (Ms)- Matric. No. 225994 [M.Sc. – Surgery (Bioethics)    

Doctoral Level: Ojedoyin, O.E. (Mrs)- Matric. No. 202492 (PhD – Medical Sociology)

Fellowship Level

S/N Project Title Student’s Name Examining Body Year of Entry
1. Magnesium sulphate versus fentanyl as adjuncts to epidural Anaesthesia for lower limb orthopaedic surgeries: A Comparative Study Olatunji, O.F. WACS 2013
2. Proseal Laryngeal Mask Airway versus Igel supraglottic Airway in facilitating smooth emergence in adult patients undergoing elective surgery Njoku, E.O. WACS 2017
3. Comparative analgesic effects of two doses of midazolam adjuvant in intrathecal bupivacaine for lower limb orthopaedic surgeries Uleke, L. WACS 2012
4. Fentanyl Versus Ketamine for Sedation and Analgesia in Paediatric Day-Case Orthopaedic Procedures Dick, A.U. WACS 2015
5. Comparative effects of norepinephrine vs phenylephrine for the prevention of spinal induced hypotension in elective Caesarean delivery Ogunwale-Ojo, O.O. WACS 2013

Previous Students:

Masters Level: 

S/No Student’s Name Matric. No. Department Year of Completion of Study
1. Adelaja, O.B. 153467 Chem. Pathology 2012
2. Salaudeen G.O. 159079 Surgery 2017
3. Ehinmowo I.F. 204553 Surgery 2020
4. Erinle O.A. 156408 Physiotherapy 2021

 

Fellowship Level:

S/No Project Title Student’s Name Examining Body Year of Completion of Study
1. The efficacy of caudal anaesthesia in ambulatory colonoscopy: Lidocaine only versus lidocaine/fentanyl combination Adejumo, O.O. WACS 2017
2.  The effects of ketofol total intravenous anaesthesia (TIVA) versus Isoflurane on emergence agitation in children undergoing cataract extraction  Ojediran, O.S. WACS  2020
3.  Comparative effects of perineural versus perivascular technique for axillary brachial plexus block in upper limb surgery  Adebayo, O.K. WACS  2020
4.  Comparison of sedative characteristics of ketofol and propofol in day-case inguinal herniorhapphy under local anaesthesia  Ugheoke, A. WACS  2020
5.  Relationship between heart rate variability and hypotension following spinal anaesthesia in patients coming for elective surgeries  Okanlawon T.F. WACS 2021

 

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