PROF W.A OLOWU

PROFESSOR WASIU A. OLOWU
DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH

LIST OF TEN PUBLICATIONS BY PROF WASIU A OLOWU
1.Olowu WA (2003). Renal failure in Nigerian children: factors limiting access to dialysis. Pediatric Nephrology; 18(12): 1249-1254.
2.Olowu W A, Adelusola K A (2004). Pediatric acute renal failure in southwestern Nigeria. Kidney International; 66(4): 1541-1548.
3.Olowu W A, Oyetunji TG (2004). Nosocomial significant bacteriuria: prevalence and pattern of bacterial pathogens among children hospitalised for non-infective urinary tract disorders. West African Journal of Medicine; 22(1): 72-75.
4.Olowu W A, Elusiyan J B, Badejo SA, Adenowo O A (2006). Acute renal failure in African children with Burkitt’s lymphoma: a comparison of two treatment regimens. Pediatric Blood & Cancer; 46(4): 446-453.
5.Olowu W A, Adelusola K A, Senbanjo I O, Adenowo OA, Badmos K B (2006). Hypertension, erythrocyturia and proteinuria in childhood non‐Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Nephrology; 11(3): 165-170.
6.Olowu WA, Adelusola KA, Senbanjo IO (2007). Clinicopathology of childhood‐onset renal systemic lupus erythematosus. Nephrology; 12(4): 364-370.
7.Olowu WA, Adelusola K A, Adefehinti O (2010). Childhood idiopathic steroid resistant nephrotic syndrome in Southwestern Nigeria. Saudi Journal of Kidney Diseases and Transplantation; 21(5): 979-990.
8.Olowu WA, Adelusola KA, Adefehinti O, Oyetunji T G (2010). Quartan malaria-associated childhood nephrotic syndrome: now a rare clinical entity in malaria endemic Nigeria. Nephrology Dialysis Transplantation: 25(3): 794-801.
9.Olowu WA, Adelusola KA, Adefehinti O (2010). Reversed Clinical and Morphologic Characteristicsof Idiopathic Childhood Nephrotic Syndrome. Nephro-Urology Monthly; 2(01): 200-211.
10.Olowu W A, Adefehinti O (2012). Aminophylline Improves Urine Flow Rates but Not Survival in Childhood Oliguric/Anuric Acute Kidney Injury. Arab Journal of Nephrology and Transplantation; 5(1): 35-39.