Olayinka R. EyeladeReader/Consultant AnaesthetistLecturer, University of Ibadan
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Olayinka R. Eyelade
Reader/Consultant Anaesthetist
Lecturer, University of Ibadan
Department of Anaesthesia, College of Medicine University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria
+2348058978580

Dr. OLAYINKA R EYELADE earned MBBS and FWACS in University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria and University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria in year 1990 and year 2000 respectively. She received a scholarship from the United States National Institute of Health (NIH) sponsored Master of Science in Surgery (Bioethics), University of Ibadan, Ibadan through the West Africa Bioethics Training program in year 2007 and she was awarded MSc after she completed the program in 2010. Dr. Olayinka R Eyelade had her resident training in Anaesthesia, in University College Hospital, Ibadan. She was appointed as a lecturer in  year 2001 as Lecturer 1 / Consultant in the dept. of Anaesthesia, University of Ibadan and UCH,  Ibadan .She became a Senior Lecturer / Consultant in Oct. 2009  at the dept. of Anaesthesia, University of Ibadan and UCH, Ibadan and later became a Reader / Consultant in Oct. 2014         in the dept. of Anaesthesia, University of Ibadan and UCH, ,Ibadan. Dr. Olayinka Eyelade’ recent research has focused on outcome of anaesthesia in adult patients, paediatric anaesthesia, and research ethics. She is a course coordinator of the ‘Informed Consent and Management of Research Ethics Committees’ Module of the MSc program in Bioethics, Department of Surgery, Faculty of Clinical Sciences, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She believes her background as a Consultant Anaesthetist and her experience and training in research ethics is an added advantage that would be of value to her as a Faculty on the West African Bioethics Training Centre.

Selected peer-reviewed publications

  1. Eyelade, O.R., Olusanya, B.A. (2013): Postoperative Seizures Following Cataract Surgery in Children with Convulsive Disorders. Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology 21, No. 1, 4-6.
  2. 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 13, No. 1, 29-35.
  3. 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 13, No.1, 44-47.

Most Relevant to the current application (in chronological order)

  1. Eyelade, O.R., Amanor-Boadu, S.D., Sotunmbi, P.T., Sanusi, A.A., Oluwole, O.A., Soyannwo, O.A., Oladokun, A. (2005) Intensive Care Admissions During the Puerperium in Ibadan. Tropical Journal Obstetrics Gynaecology 22. 1, 56 – 59. 
  2. Eyelade O., 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.

Additional recent publications of importance to the field (in chronological order)

  1. 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.
  2. 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, Amanor-Boadu SD, Tumukunde JT, Esterhuizen TM, Manach YL, Forget P, Elkhogia AM, Mehyaoui RM, Zoumeno E, Ndayisaba G, Ndasi H, Ndonga AKN, Ngumi ZWW, Patel UP, Ashebir DZ, Antwi-Kusi AAK, Mbwele B, Sama HD, Elfiky M, Fawzy MA, Pearse RM; African Surgical Outcomes Study (ASOS) investigators. Perioperative patient outcomes in the African Surgical Outcomes Study: a 7-day prospective observational cohort study.(2018). Lancet. 2018 Apr 21;391(10130):1589-1598. doi: 10.1016/S0140-6736(18)30001-1.