University College Hospital Ibadan (UCH Ibadan)

Ibadan’s University College Hospital was the first in Nigeria to manufacture sterile items for her patients. Infusions, such as normal saline, 5% dextrose, Hartman’s solution, dialyzing fluids—which were packaged in plasmosan bottles, smaller injections like Morphine sulphate, sodium bicarbonate, potassium chloride—which were filled in empty streptomycin and penicillin bottles), eye drops, and nasal drops date back to 1952, according to the 1953 handing over of the patent.

 

Two adult arthroscopes were purchased by University College Hospital two years ago, and 12 successful knee arthroscopic procedures have been performed since then. Prof. Temitayo Shokunbi of the ‘nail in the head’ renown has also begun neuroendoscopic treatments in youngsters with brain lesions with success. Bone scanning services utilising radioactive drugs have begun at the newly constructed nuclear medicine department, the country’s first. Both medical and oncological diagnosis and therapy are provided through this service. The UCH has performed diagnostic medical endoscopy of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract. The newly updated endoscopic facility has broadened its scope since the 1980s.

 

The University College Hospital (UCH) was conveniently positioned in Ibadan, once West Africa’s largest metropolis and the home of Nigeria’s first university. The Hospital’s physical development began in 1953 on its current site, and it was formally commissioned on November 20, 1957. The University College Hospital in Ibadan was built with 500 beds at first. The hospital now has 850 beds and 163 examination couches, with occupancy rates ranging from 55 to 60%.

University College Hospital Ibadan Services

University College Hospital Ibadan LABORATORY: Medical Microbiology: SWAP, stool, urine, CSF, blood culture, semen analysis, serology, fungus, TB, HIV, and parasites are among the tests available. Urinalysis, liver function text, lipid and thyroid profile are all examples of chemical pathology.

University College Hospital Ibadan NURSING Patients in wards and clinics receive hands-on care. Medication administration, intravenous lines, observation and monitoring of patients’ status, record keeping, communication with consultants, and patient advocacy are all part of the job.

University College Hospital Ibadan PARAMEDICS Pre-Hospital and Inter hospital medical treatment are provided by EMTs. Medical Emergencies and Trauma Cardiac Arrest Care, Oxygen Administration, Wound Dressing, Intramuscular Drug Administration, Intravenous Access, Endotracheal Intubation.

University College Hospital Ibadan DENTISTRY Restorative dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, functional appliance treatment, and care of cleft lip and palate (Pre-Surgical Orthopedics). Prosthetic dentistry (fixed prosthodontics, endodontics, cosmetic dentistry, and operational dentistry)

University College Hospital Ibadan PHARMACEUTICALS Dispensing of medications, stock and inventory control/logistics, pharmacovigilance, research and development

University College Hospital Ibadan HEALTH OF WOMEN Materno-Fetal Medicine, Gynecology, URO-Gynecology, Fertility Counseling, Infertility, IVF therapies, Endocrinology, Antenatal care and education, High-Risk Pregnancy, Labor and Delivery, Colposcopy DIAGNOSTICS For medical investigations,

University College Hospital Ibadan provides a wide range of diagnostic and therapy technologies. Radiology (X-rays), ultrasound, CT scanners, MRI machines, bone scans, and mammography are all examples of medical imaging. CDC : early detection of common chronic illnesses for quick referral | WPC | CDC Well Person Clinic | CDC : early detection of common chronic illnesses for quick referral : Checking blood pressure, fasting blood sugar, lipid profile, and HIV testing

University College Hospital Ibadan Surgery

Prof. O. B. Shittu, FRCS Urological Surgery
Prof. V. O. Adegboye Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery
Prof. L.I. Okeke Urological Surgery
Prof. E. O. Olapade-Olaopa Urological Surgery
Dr. J. K Ladipo Gastrointestinal Surgery
Dr. D. O. Irabor Gastrointestinal Surgery
Mr. T. O. Ogundiran Oncological Surgery
Dr. A.O. Afolabi Hepatobiliary & Endocrine Surgery
Dr. O. O. Ogundoyin Paediatric Surgery
Dr. O. O. Afuwape Gastrointestinal Surgery
Dr. D. I. Olulana Paediatric Surgery
Dr. A. F. Ademola Oncological Surgery
Dr. S. A. Adebayo Urological Surgery
Dr. O. A.  Takure Urological Surgery
Dr. T.A. Lawal Paediatric Surgery
Dr. M. A. Salami Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgery
Dr. O. Ayandipo Hepatobiliary & Endocrine Surgery
   

 

 

 

Prof. S.I. Omokhodion Cardiology
Prof. O.O. Akinyinka Gastroenterology/Nutrition
Prof. A.G. Falade Respiratory
Dr. Ikeoluwa A. Lagunju Neurology
Dr. Oluwatoyin O.Ogunkunle Cardiology
Dr. Adanze O. Asinobi Nephrology
Dr. B.J. Brown Haematology/ Oncology
Dr. Regina E. Oladokun Infectious Diseases
Dr. Olukemi O. Tongo Neonatology
Dr. Adejumoke I. Ayede Neonatology
Dr. A.D. Ademola Nephrology
Dr. Olatokunbo O. Jarrett Endocrinology/Genetic
Dr. B.O. Ogunbosi Infectious Diseases
Dr. O.A. Oyinlade Neurology
Dr. Bosede E. Adebayo Cardiology
Dr. A.A. Adepoju Gastroenterology/Nutrition
Dr. Abimbola E. Akindolire Critical Care Paediatrics

University College Hospital Ibadan Surgeries

General Surgery: Basic principles Wounds; ulcers; sinuses; fistulae; inflammation; gangrene; wound healing; dressing. Wound infection; gram positive pyogenic cocci; gram negative pyogenic bacilli; anaerobic clostridia infection; tetanus; gas gangrene; cross infection; antibiotics; sterilization of instruments; investigation of postoperative fever. Metabolic response to injury, shock, haemorrhage, haemostasis, blood transfusion, fluid, electrolyte and acid-base balance; parenteral nutrition. Inguino-scrotal swellings, hernia, hydrocoele, testicular swellings, pididymitis. General Surgery: Gastroenterology Haematemesis and melaena, physiology of gastric secretion, gastric function tests, complications of gastric surgery. Peptic ulcer, Carcinoma of stomach, Gastrointestinal polyps, Primary and secondary liver tumors, Small and large intestinal obstruction, volvulus of sigmoid colon, intussusception. Colostomy, ileostomy, faecal fistula, umbilical discharge, Ruptured spleen, blunt abdominal injury. Ascites, gall stones, bile duct strictures, surgical jaundice. Pancreatico-duodenal carcinoma, pancreatitis. Subphrenic abscess, Liver abscess, surgical complications of amoebiasis. Typhoid, Appendicitis, Tb. Abdomen. Rectal bleeding, anal pain, anal discharge, pruritus ani. Haemorrhoids, anal fissure, anorectal abscesses, fistula-in-ano, rectal prolapse. Inflammatory bowel disease. Diverticulitis. Colorectal polyps and carcinoma. The differential diagnosis of acute abdominal pain. Non-surgical causes of abdominal pain. General Surgery: Breast, Endocrines, Oncology Breast abscess, nipple discharge,Benign tumours of the breast, malignant tumors of the breast. Salivary gland tumours, sialoadenitis, salivary gland calculi. Differential diagnosis of neck swellings, goiters. Thyrotoxicosis, carcinoma of the thyroid, thyroiditis, thyroidectomy, thyroid function tests. Surgical aspects of hypertension, phaeochromocytoma, Cushing’s disease, insulinoma, hyper-parathyroidism, apudoma. Tumors in general – classification; modes of spread, cytotoxic chemotherapy, irradiation, immune-therapy, hormonal therapy (ablative and additive); terminal care in inoperable malignancy. Reticulosis, Hodgkin’s disease, lymphosarcoma, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery Dysphagia, oesophagitis, lye and other benign oesophageal strictures, achalasia, carcinoma of the oesophagus, oesophageal diverticula. Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation, extracorporeal circulation. Pulmonary tuberculosis, carcinoma of the lung, bronchiectasis, Heamoptysis, Varicose veins, lymphoedema, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, pulmonary embolism, Portal venous hypertension, Oesophageal varices, Aneurysms. Acute and chronic occlusive disease of the major arteries (aorta, femoropopliteal, mesenteric, carotid, vertebro-basilar). Sympathectomy. Operations of the heart and heart Valves. Urology Haematuria, investigation of the urinary tract, renal, ureteric and bladder stone, bladder tumors. Retention of urine, benign prostatic hypertrophy,urethral structure, carcinoma of the prostate. Anuria: Renal failure, hydronephrosis, Renal tumors, perinephric abscess. Circumcision, unde-scended and maldescended testes, ectopia vesicae, congenital abnormalities of the kidneys, hypospadias, vesico-ureteeric reflux. Immunology Immunology of transplantation: kidney, liver, heart and lung transplants,dialysis. Paediatric Surgery Tracheo-oesophageal fistula, infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, intestinal atresia and stenoses, Hirschprung’s disease, ano-rectal anomalies, intussusceptions, urogenital abnormalities in infancy and childhood. Plastic Surgery & Burns Hare lip and cleft palate, thyroglossal cyst, bronchial cyst, Burns, skin graft, keloids, hypertrophic scars, Peripheral nerve injuries, Tendon injuries, Burns and cold injuries. Abscesses, wound infection, dressings, Peripheral nerve injuries, Tendon injuries, Burns and cold injuries, Abscesses,wound infection, dressings. Otorhinolaryngology Otitis: epistaxis, tonsillitis, sinusitis, nasal and oropharyngeal tumors; tracheostomy. Ophthalmology: Conjunctivitis, uveitis, glaucoma, red eye, cataract, tumors of the eye. Orthopaedics: Osteomyelitis, hand infections, septic arthritis, bone and joint Tb, Melanoma Pedis. Polio myelitis, peripheral nerve injuries, low back pain, sciatica, Bone tumours, os-teomalacia, rickets, osteoporosis. Classification of fractures, Complications of fractures, Principles of management of fractures, Common fractures of the upper limbs, Common fractures of the lower limb, Common fractures of the pelvis and shoulder girdle. Common fracture of the vertebral spine, Common dislocations and fractures at the shoulder, Common dislocations and fractures at the hip, Common dislocations and fractures at the knee, Common dislocations and fractures at the ankle, Common dislocations and fractures at the elbow Common dislocations and fractures at the wrist, Common dislocations and fractures of the hand and foot, plaster of Paris techniques, bandaging and elastoplasts, Strpping, splints, rehabilitation, physiotherapy and occupational therapy. Traumatology Trauma, multiple injuries, organisation of the accident and emergency (traumatology) unit. Mass casualties, Head injury, Blunt abdominal injuries & penetrating injuries to the abdomen, Chest injuries, flail chest, open and closed pneumothorax, Urinary trace injuries, Eye injuries, Ear, Nose and Throat injuries, Vascular injuries, Maxillofacial injuries, Spinal injuries.

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