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Prof. Emmanuel Nnamdi Ezedinachi

Professor
Internal Medicine
eezedinachi@unical.edu.ng

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Meremikwu MM, Odey F, Oringanje C, Oyo-Ita A, Effa E, Esu EB, Eyam E, Oduwole O, Asiegbu V, Alaribe A, Ezedinachi EN. Open-label trial of three dosage regimensof fixed-dose combination of artemisinin and naphthoquine for treatinguncomplicated falciparum malaria in Calabar, Nigeria. Malar J. 2012 Dec11;11:413


Umeh CN, Essien EJ, Ezedinachi EN, Ross MW. Knowledge, beliefs and attitudes aboutHIV/AIDS-related issues, and the sources of knowledge among health care professionals in southern Nigeria. J R Soc Promot Health. 2008 Sep;128(5):233-9.


Ezedinachi EN, Ross MW, Meremiku M, Essien EJ, Edem CB, Ekure E, Ita O. Theimpact of an intervention to change health workers' HIV/AIDS attitudes andknowledge in Nigeria: a controlled trial. Public Health. 2002 Mar;116(2):106-12.


Ekanem OJ, Ezedinachi EN, Molta NB, Watila IM, Chukwuani CM, MeremikwuMM,Akpede G, Ojar EA. Treatment of malaria in north-eastern and south-easternNigeria: a population study of mefloquine, sulphadoxine, pyrimethaminecombination (MSP) vs chloroquine (CQ). West Afr J Med. 2000 Oct-Dec;19(4):293-7.


Ezedinachi EN, Ekanem OJ, Chukwuani CM, Meremikwu MM, Ojar EA, Alaribe    AA,UmotongAB, Haller L. Efficacy and tolerability of a low-dosemefloquine-sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine combination compared with chloroquine in thetreatment of acute malaria infection in a population with multiple drug-resistantPlasmodium falciparum. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 1999 Jul;61(1):114-9.


Abengowe CU, Ezedinachi EN, Balogun MO. An open trial of lisinopril('ZESTRIL') in mild to moderate hypertension in Nigeria. West Afr J Med. 1997Oct-Dec;16(4):218-22


Essien EJ, Ross MW, Ezedinachi EN, Meremikwu M. Cross-national HIV infectioncontrol practices and fear of AIDS: a comparison between Nigeria and the USA. IntJ STD AIDS. 1997 Dec;8(12):764-71.


Essien EJ, Ross MW, Ezedinachi EN, Meremikwu M. HIV/AIDS infection controlenforcement: a comparison between Nigeria and the United States. Public Health.1997 Jul;111(4):205-9.


Ezedinachi EN, Egwu IN, Nwangwa MA, Charles JO. Perception of malariainfection in two rural communities in Nigeria. Int Q Community Health Educ. 1996 Jan 1;16(3):257-70. doi: 10.2190/FEPB-CTM1-V87Q-XRBK. PubMed PMID: 20841050.


Meremikwu MM, Asindi AA, Ezedinachi EN, Imananagha L, Etim B, Oyo-ItaA,Tomkins M. Hyperventilation in febrile Nigerian children without pneumonia: anevaluation of the influence of anaemia. Cent Afr J Med. 1995 Aug;41(8):248-52.


Ejezie GC, Ezedinachi EN. Malaria parasite density and body temperature inchildren under 10 years of age in Calabar, Nigeria. Trop Geogr Med. 1992Jan;44(1-2):97-101.


Ezedinachi EN, Ejezie GC, Usanga EA, Gemade EI, Ikpatt NW, Alaribe AA. Newtrends in chloroquine efficacy in the treatment of malaria: chloroquine-resistantPlasmodium falciparum in Anambra and Benue States of Nigeria. Cent Afr J Med.1991 Jun;37(6):180-6.


Umotong AB, Ezedinachi EN, Okerengwo AA, Usanga EA, Udo JJ, Williams AI.Correlation between in vivo and in vitro response of chloroquine-resistantPlasmodium falciparum in Calabar, south-eastern Nigeria. Acta Trop. 1991Jun;49(2):119-25.


Ezedinachi EN, Ejezie GC, Emeribe AO. Problems of chloroquine-resistant P.falciparum in Nigeria: one antimalaria drugs' utilisation in metropolitanCalabar. Cent Afr J Med. 1991 Jan;37(1):16-20.


Ejezie GC, Ezedinachi EN, Usanga EA, Gemade EI, Ikpatt NW, AlaribeAA.Malaria and its treatment in rural villages of AbohMbaise, Imo State, Nigeria.Acta Trop. 1990 Oct;48(1):17-24.


Ezedinachi EN, Ejezie GC. A retrospective study of malaria and malnutritionin the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital, Calabar, Nigeria. Trop Geogr Med.1990 Jul;42(3):207-11.


Usanga EA, Ezedinachi EN, Gemade EI, Ikpatt NW, Alaribe AA. Efficacies ofchloroquine and pyrimethamine-sulphadoxine in a Nigerian population withchloroquine resistant P. falciparum malaria. East Afr Med J. 1990May;67(5):295-301.

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