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Causes of Loss of Smell (Anosmia)

Loss of Smell (Anosmia) or impaired sense of smell could be causes by viral infection. However, viral infection rarely causes permanent loss of smell. The nose is formed by the two nasal bones that articulate with the nasal process of the maxilla on each side to form the nasal cavity. This nasal cavity is divided by the nasal septum to […]

5 important things that we know now about Covid-19 that we didn’t know in February 2020

This is what a senior British doctor had to say in a medical forum that was held recently:For this pandemic there’s a greater chance of survival for those getting infected 3 months later like June 2020 than those who got infected 3 months earlier say February 2020. The reason for this is that Doctors and scientists know more about Covid-19 […]

Facemasks Do’s and Don’ts

Facemasks are not a replacement for social distancing, hand hygiene and other public health measures as was said by the World Health Organization. Facemasks are only a part of a comprehensive approach in the fight against COVID 19. The World Health Organization still recommend testing, isolation, treatment of every case, tracing and quarantine as the cornerstone of the response in […]

University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital Job Vacancies

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT VACANCIES Applications are hereby invited from suitable qualified candidates for the underlisted positions in the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, Ilorin, Kwara State. HOSPITAL BASED CONSULTANTS Orthopaedics A. Anaesthesia B. Surgery C. Peadiatrics surgery UrologistDental surgeon (maxillo-facial)Cardiothorasic D. Internal MedicineNephrologyEndocrinologyCardiology E. Pathology(microbiology, pathology, chemical pathology and Haematology) F. Family Medicine G. Paediatrics H. Radiology I. Opthalmology […]

MOVING INTO THE “NEW NORMAL”

I feel strongly that the presence of COVID 19 has changed everything about the way we live our lives. World over, hospital communities are devising ways of control and containment of this deadly virus. Systems that we envied, and wished to be like were overwhelmed at a time. They are now devising ways of a “new normal” life in the […]

World Family Physician’s Day 2020

Today, May 19, world over, we mark the world Family Physician’s day. It is a day to have an introspection and evaluate our respective compliance to the principles of Family Medicine and our invaluable contributions to the overall health systems development, especially in the face of this global scourge. Today, in the face of the ravaging global pandemic, the COVID […]

Directory of State Helplines for Covid19

Directory of State Helplines for #COVID19. Be acquainted and share with others! The elderly and patients with chronic illnesses are advised to follow the advice and recommendations of the Center of Disease Control, as the situation is ever evolving. Patients are advised to follow these general precautions: Wash your hands as thoroughly and as often as possible. Follow best practices for […]

AN HIV-FREE FUTURE: AN ILLUSION OR REALITY

Even though HIV doesn’t pose a great threat to human lives anymore as it was some years back, its prevalence continues to hang on the necks of the population at large especially in Sub-Saharan Africa.The number of people living with HIV in Nigeria from the 2019 National HIV/AIDS Indicator and Impact Survey is 1.9 million with a prevalence of 1.4%.Nevertheless, […]


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