Professor Simeon Adelani Adebisi

Designation:

Professor and Head of Department

Department:

Chemical Pathology

Office:

4th floor Nizamiye Hospital complex

Biography

Prof. Simeon Adelani Adebisi is a Professor in the Department of Chemical Pathology and Head of Department the Faculty of Basic Clinical Sciences. He obtained his MBBS degree in 1990 from the University of Ilorin and won the faculty prize among other prizes at graduation. He obtained his MD doctorate degree and fellowship from the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria. His areas of research interest are Endocrinology and Metabolism together with Community Based Medical Education.

He has served as a member of Senate at the University of Ilorin, Benue state University, the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria at various times. He has also served as a member of the Governing Council of Benue State University, member of the Court of Governors of the College of Health sciences and member of the Benue State University Teaching Hospital Management Board. At various times he has served as Head of Department, Dean of the Faculty, and the Provost of the College of Health Sciences of Benue State University.

At the national level, Prof. S.A. Adebisi is serving as an external examiner to many Universities in Nigeria; furthermore, he is an examiner at the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, external assessor to many Nigerian Universities for appointment into professorial positions and past Chairman, Association of Provosts of Colleges of Medicine in Nigeria

Recent Publications (Articles, Books, Book Chapters/Sections, Proceedings, etc.)

  1. S.A. Adebisi, I. Alade, L.D. Edungbola, A. Adeniyi and A.O. Awoyemi. Community Based Experience and service (COBES): Twenty-Five years of innovative medical education at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2000; Vol. 7: 3-20. (Official publication of College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria).
  2. S. A. Adebisi, P.O. Oluboyo and A.B. Okesina. Effect of drug-induced hyperuricaemia on renal function in Nigerians with pulmonary tuberculosis. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. 2000; Vol. 29: 297 – 300. (Official publication of College of Medicine. University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria).
  3. S.A. Adebisi, A.O. Soladoye, D. Adekoya & O.A. Odukanmi. Serum Protein Pattern in Health, Diabetes and Malaria. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2001; Vol. 8:11-13. (Official publication of College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria).
  4. S.A. Adebisi, B.A. Adekunle and A.K. Etu. Creatinine Clearance: alternative approach to traditional 24- hour urine collection in normal individuals. African Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences. 2001; Vol., 30: 27-30 (Official Publication of College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria).
  5. S.A. Adebisi, A.B. Okesina & E.O. Abu. Microalbuminuria in type 2 Diabetic Patients in Ilorin, Nigeria. Diabetes International. 2001; Vol.11: 93-95. (Official Publication of International Diabetes Federation, London. UK).
  6. S.A. Adebisi, A.B. Okesina & P.O. Oluboyo. Pattern of Drug Induced Hyperuricaemia in Nigerians with Pulmonary Tuberculosis. African Journal of Clinical & Experimental Microbiology. 2002; Vol. 3: 17-20. (Official Publication of the African Society for Clinical Microbiology, Nigeria office, Lagos).
  7. A.O.Soladoye, S.A.Adebisi & M.E.Ogunmeru. Effect of Acute Ingestion of Cottonseed Oil on Serum Testosterone Level in Wistar Rats. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2002; Vol. 9: 12-14. (Official publication of the College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria).
  8. S.A. Adebisi, A.O. Soladoye, D. Adekoya and O.A. Odukanmi. Serum Protein Fractions of Nigerians with plasmodium infections: Ilorin Experience. African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. 2002; Vol.3: 82-84. (Official Publication of the African Society for Clinical Microbiology, Nigeria office. Lagos).
  9. S.A. Adebisi, S.A. Kuranga, E.K. Oghagbon & A.B. Okesina. Digital Rectal Examination: What is its value now in the diagnosis of prostatic tumours? Sahel Medical Journal. 2002; Vol.5: 77-80. (Official Publication of Usman Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Nigeria).
  10. S.A Adebisi, E.K. Oghagbon, A.B. Okesina. Management of obesity in Diabetes Mellitus Patients. Diabetes International. 2003; Vol.12: 61-65. (Official Publication of International Diabetes Federation, London. UK
  11. S.A Adebisi, AK Jimoh. Diabetic nephropathy: early detection and prevention of progression. POSTGRADUATE DOCTOR CARIBBEAN. 2003; Vol. 19:11-16. (A peer reviewed PMH publications. Chichester, West Sussex, London. UK)
  12. S.A. Adebisi, E.K. Oghagbon & A.K. Jimoh. Glycated Haemoglobin and Associated Variables in Diabetics: Ilorin experience. West African Journal of Medicine. 2003; Vol. 22:318-320. (Official publication of the West African Postgraduate Medical College, Nigeria office. Lagos).
  13. S.A. Adebisi, P. O Oluboyo & O.O.Oladipo. The Usefulness of serum Albumin and Urinary Creatinine as Biochemical Indices for monitoring the Nutritional Status of Nigerians with Pulmonary Tuberculosis. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal. 2003; Vol.10: 247-250. (Official Publication of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria, Lagos, Nigeria).
  14. S.A. Adebisi, EK Oghagbon. Prevalence of Obesity Among Diabetics in Ilorin, Middle Belt of Nigeria. Sahel Medical Journal. 2003; Vol. 6:112-115. (Official Publication of Usman Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Nigeria).
  15. A.P. Aboyeji, A. A. Adegoke & S.A. Adebisi. Knowledge and Belief Concerning HIV/AIDS Among Adolescent in Ilorin Kwara State, Nigeria. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2004; Vol. 11: 24-28. (Official publication of the College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria).
  16. E.K. Oghagbon, A.B., Okesina & S.A. Adebisi. Awareness of atherosclerosis Risk factors in Nigerians. The Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health. 2004; Vol.124: 180-183. (Official Publication of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, London, U.K.).
  17. S.A. Adebisi, & P.A.Aboyeji. Plasma Lipids and Lipoproteins During first Trimester in Pregnant Nigerian Women: Ilorin experience. Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal. 2004; Vol. 11: 1-3. (Official Publication of the Nigerian Postgraduate Medical College, Lagos, Nigeria).
  18. EK Oghagbon, AAG Jimoh & S.A. Adebisi. Seminal Fluid Analyses and Biophysical Profile: Findings and Relevance in Infertile Males in Ilorin, Nigeria. African Journal of Clinical and Experimental Microbiology. 2004; Vol. 5:280-284. (Official Publication of African Society for Clinical Microbiology, Nigeria office. Lagos).
  19. F. G Adepoju, F.O.Olatunji, S.A.Adebisi & G.A. Rahman. Ocular features of hypocalcaemia in a 35-year-old woman – A case report. Nigerian Journal of Ophthalmology. 2004; Vol. 12: 26-28. (Official Publication of Ophthalmological Society of Nigeria, Ibadan, Nigeria).
  20. S. A Adebisi, D. P Oparinde, J.K. Olarinoye, P.A. Aboyeji, & P.S.Ogunro. Gestational diabetes mellitus: diagnostic and management approach. POSTGRADUATE DOCTOR CARIBBEAN. 2004; Vol 20: 1-6. (A peer reviewed PMH publications. Chichester, West Sussex, London. UK.).
  21. S.A. Adebisi, & P.A.Aboyeji. Clomiphene Citrate Abuse in Ilorin, Nigeria. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2004; Vol. 11:33-36 (Official Publication of College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin. Ilorin).
  22. Aboyeji A.P., Adegoke A.A. & Adebisi S.A. Sexual Behaviour and knowledge of Sexually transmitted diseases in adolescent in Ilorin, Kwara State (original article). CenterPoint. 2004; Vol. 12(1): 109-119. (Official publication of University of Ilorin Library and Publications committee.)
  23. S.A Adebisi., G.A. Rahman, A.K. Jimoh, F.G. Adepoju & O.O. Goodman. Permanent Hypoparathyroidism Developing Post-Thyroidectomy. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal. 2004; Vol. 12(1): 41-44. (Official Publication of the Nigerian Postgraduate Medical College, Lagos, Nigeria).
  24. Oghagbon.E.K., S.A Adebisi., S.A Kuranga, A.K Jimoh, & T.M Akande. Prostate Specific Antigen Assay and Histologic Report of Prostate Tumours- Ilorin Experience. The Nigerian Journal of General Practice. 2005; Vol. 7:21-25. (Official Publication of General Medical Practitioners of Nigeria. Abuja.)
  25. LA Olatunji, AO Soladoye, SA Adebisi, AA Fawole & FA Abe. Influence Of the phases of menstrual cycle on haemorheologic markers in health women. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2005; Vol. 12 (2):6-9 (Official Publication of College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin. Ilorin).
  26. Simeon A Adebisi, Kayode A Jimoh, Funsho S Yusuf, Jones O Taiwo & Abiodun P Aboyeji. Hypokalaemic nephropathy secondary to enterocutaneous fistula: a rare complication of abdominal hysterectomy. Tropical Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. 2005; Vol 22 (2) :200-201. (Official publication of National association of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Nigeria, Ibadan).
  27. AAG Jimoh, EK Oghagbon, S.A. Adebisi, TM Akande, AWO Olatinwo,DP Oparinde, AO Akinyinka &AO Akinwumi. Serum Lipids & Biophysical Profiles Among Male Spouses of Infertile Women at Ilorin. The Nigerian Journal of General Practice. 2005; Vol. 7 (7):33-37. (Official Publication of General Medical Practitioners of Nigeria. Abuja.)
  28. J. K. Olarinoye, S. A. Adebisi, A.A. Demola- Popoola. Andropause: An Emerging World Health Problem. West African Journal of Medicine. 2006; Vol. 25(2): 84-87. (Official publication of the West African Postgraduate Medical College, Nigeria office. Lagos).
  29. DP Oparinde, SA Adebisi, AK Jimoh, AB Okesina, EK Oghagbon, TO Adebayo and 1AA Iyanda. Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) in Ilorin, Nigeria. The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2006; Vol. 13(2): 15-19. (Official Publication of College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin. Ilorin).
  30. S A, Adebisi, AK, Jimoh, BA, Ojo. Evaluation of Endometrial Biopsy among Infertile Women in Ilorin, Middle Belt of Nigeria. Nigerian Hospital Practice. 2007; Vol. 1 (3):74-76. (A peer-reviewed Publication of CME Ventures for Nigerian Medical Association, Lagos, Nigeria.)
  31. Jimoh AK, Adeniran OS, Adebisi SA, Akande AA, Olarinoye JK, Okesina AB. Glycaemic response to different preparations of yam meals in Diabetic and non-diabetic Nigerians. Diabetes International. 2008; Vol 16: 19-22 (Official Publication of International Diabetes Federation, London. UK).
  32. Jimoh AK, Adeniran OS, Adebisi SA, Biliaminu SA and Okesina AB. Effect of Food processing on glycemic response to white yam (Dioscorea rotunda) meals. Diabetologia Croatica. 2008; Vol. 27(3): 67-72. (Official Publication of The Vuk Vrhovac Institute. University Clinic for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, School of Medicine, University of Zagreb. Croatia).
  33. Jimoh AK, Adeniran OS, Adebisi SA, Olarinoye JK, Akande AA, Okesina AB. The Role of Carbohydrate in Diabetic Nutrition: A Review. The Internet Journal of Laboratory Medicine. 2009; Vol 3(2): 1-6. (Official Publication of ISPUB Texas, USA.).
  34. Adebisi SA, Oghaghon EK, Akande TM, OlarinoyeJK, Glycated Haemoglobin and Glycaemic control of Diabetics in Ilorin. Nigerian journal of Clinical practice. 2009; Vol. 12(1): 87-91. (Official Publication of the Medical and Dental Consultants’ Association of Nigeria. Nnewi).
  35. Simeon Adelani Adebisi1, Sulyman Alege Kuranga2, Demola-Popoola2, Ahmed Kayode Jimoh1, John Kolawole Olarinoye3. Duration Of Erectile Dysfunction: Correlation With Clinical And Laboratory Variables In Nigerians. European Journal of Scientific Research. 2009; Vol. 31(4): 599- 604. (Official Publication of EURO JOURNALS London. UK.).
  36. Kayode A. Jimoh, Olufemi S. Adediran, Segun M. Agboola, Deola Tomi- Olugbodi, Ademola A. Idowu, Simeon A. Adebisi and Adeoye T. Adedeji, A study of correlation between derived and basic anthropometric indices in type 2 diabetes mellitus. European Journal of Scientific Research. 2009; Vol. 36(3): 437- 444. (Official Publication of EURO JOURNALS London. UK.).
  37. Adebisi SA, Oghagbon EK, Jimoh AK, Akande TM, Olarinoye JK Quality of diabetic care in a tertiary health facility in Ilorin, Nigeria (original article). Diabetologia Croatica. 2009; Vol. 38(2): 31-37. (Official Publication of The Vuk Vrhovac Institute. University Clinic for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases, School of Medicine, University of Zagreb. Croatia.).
  38. Alao O, Adebisi S, Jumbo G, Joseph D, Dumulak O, Puepet F Cardiovascular Risk Factors among Diabetic Patients Attending a Nigerian Teaching Hospital. The Internet Journal of Endocrinology. 2009; Vol 6(1): 1-6. (A peer-reviewed official Publication of ISPUB Texas, USA.).
  39. Jimoh AK, Adediran OS, Agboola SM, Busari OA, Idowu A, Adeoye T. Adedeji TA and Adebisi SA Lipid profile of type 2 diabetic patients at a rural tertiary hospital in Nigeria. Journal of Diabetes and Endocrinology. 2010; Vol. 1(4): 46-51. (Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/JDE).
  40. Jombo GTA, Akpera MT, Adebisi S and Bolarin DM, Symptomatic urogenital candidiasis and therapeutic management on women taking oral contraceptive pills. Journal of Microbiology and antimicrobials. 2010; Vol. 2(9): 118-122. 9. (Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/JMA).
  41. SA Biliaminu, AA Akande, SA Adebisi, AB Okesina, IM Abdul-Azeez, MB Abdul-Rahman, TA Adedeji. Modified Assay Procedure for Serum Total Cholesterol Estimation Using Microwell Reader. Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2011; Vol 18(2):30-32. (Official Publication of College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin. Ilorin).
  42. SA Adebisi Utility of estimated glomerular filtration rate equations in Nigerians with stable chronic kidney disease. West African Journal of Medicine. 2011; Vol. 30(6) :432-435. (Official publication of the West African Postgraduate Medical College, Nigeria office. Lagos).
  43. Simeon A Adebisi. Routine reporting of estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) in African Laboratories and the need for its increased utilization in clinical practice. The Nigerian Postgraduate Medical Journal. 2013; Vol. 20(1): 57-62. (Official Publication of the Nigerian Postgraduate Medical College, Lagos, Nigeria).
  44. EO Okoro, BA Oyeyola, EN Etebu, H Sholagberu, PM Kolo, A Chijioke, SA Adebisi. Body size preference among Yoruba in three Nigerian Communities. Eat Weight Disorders. 2013; DOI 10.1007/s40519-013-0060-9. (Official Publication of Springer International Publishing Switzerland. Europe.)
  45. Bolaji BO, Oyedepo OO, Saidu R, Aderibigbe SA, Fawole AA, Balogun OR, Aboyeji AP, Jimoh AG, Olawumi HO, Adebisi SA Epidemiology of severe Pre-Eclampsia and Ecplampsia in Ilorin, Nigeria. Centrepoint Journal. 2013; Vol. 19(2):86-94. (Published by the Library and Publications Committee, University of Ilorin. Nigeria.)
  46. Adedeji TA, Adebisi SA, Akande AA, Adedeji NO, Ajose AO, Idowu AA, Fawale MB, Olanrewaju TO, Okunola O and Akinsola A. Sustained improvement in glomerular Filtration Rate after Four weeks on Highly Active Anttiretroviral Therapy. Journal of Therapy and Management in HIV Infection. 2014; Vol. 2:50-57.
  47. B. O. Bolaji, O. O. Oyedepo, R. Saidu, H. O. Olawumi, S. A. Aderibigbe, A. A. Fawole, A. P. Aboyeji, O. R. Balogun, A. A. G. Jimoh, S. A. Adebisi. Coagulation Profile in Severe Pre-Eclampsia and Eclampsia in Ilorin, Nigeria: Implications for Anaesthetic Management in Operative Obstetrics. West African Journal of Medicine. 2014; Vol. 33(2), 115-120. (Official publication of the West African Postgraduate Medical College, Nigeria office. Lagos).
  48. T Adedeji, S Adebisi, N Adedeji, O Jeje, R Owolabi. Renal Phosphate Handling In Antiretroviral-Naïve HIV-Infected Patients. Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine. 2015; Vol. 53: Supplement 1: S1038.
  49. I AbdulAzeez, A Okesina, A Akande, S Adebisi, S Biliaminu, G Adunmo, A Nyamngee. Correlation between glycaemic control and lipid profile in Nigerian type II diabetic patients. Annals of Tropical Pathology. 2015; Vol. 6(2): 67-67. (Official Publication of Faculty of Pathology of National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria.)
  50. Myke-Mbata BK, Meludu SC, Dioka CE, Adebisi SA, Oghagbon EK, Achinge GI, Onah CE and Onyemailo BO. Moderately increased Albuminuria; Marker of Chronic Complications in Nigerian Diabetes MellitusType 2 Patients; Makurdi Perspective. British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research. 2015; Vol. 9(2):1-6.
  51. Adedeji TA, Adedeji NO, Adebisi SA, Idowu AA, Fawale MB, Jimoh KA. Prevalence and pattern of Chronic Kidney Diseases in Antiretroviral- Naïve Patients with HIV/AIDs. Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDs Care (JIAPAC). 2015; Vol. 14(5):434-440.
  52. Myke-Mbata BK, Dioka CE, Meludu SC, Adebisi SA, Oghagbon EK. Preponderance of increased glycosylated haemoglobin (HBA1c) and chronic complications in Diabetes Mellitus patients receiving medicare in a tertiary in Nigeria: what need to be done. European journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical sciences. 2016; Vol. 3(4): 1-8.
  53. Tewogbade Adedeji, Nife Adedeji, Simeon Adebisi, Olusola Jeje, Olufemi Smith, Kazeem Oderinu. Effects of highly active antiretroviral therapy (haart) on crystalluria in previously antiretroviral-naive Hiv-infected patients. Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine. 2016; Vol. 54(10): eA298.
  54. Bolodeoku J, Kuti MA, and Adebisi SA, A Survey of the Awareness, Knowledge, and Experience of Point-of-Care Devices of Doctors in Nigeria. Point of Care. 2016; Vol. 15 (1): 22-25. (Official Publication of Wolters Kluwer Health. Inc. Netherlands).
  55. Abdulazeez IM, Okesina AB, Adebisi SA, Akande AA, Biliaminu SA, Nyamngee and Tijani YB. Relationship between Glycaemic Control and Hypertension in Nigerian type II Diabetic Patients Attending the Medical Outpatients Clinics, UITH Ilorin. (Original article) The Tropical Journal of Health Sciences. 2016; Vol. 23: 12-16. (Official publication of the College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria).
  56. T Adedeji, N Adedeji, B Fawale, S Adebisi, O Jeje, A Alaje, A Ajose, A Akande, B Okesina. Serum Interleukin 6 and Weight Loss In Antiretroviral-Naïve And Antiretroviral-Treated Patients With Hiv/Aids: Relationships And Predictors. (Original article) Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine. 2017; Vol.55: s1388–s1403.
  57. AbdulAzeez, I.M., Okesina, A.B., Akande, A.A., Adebisi, S.A., Biliaminu, S.A., Oladosu, W.O. AbdulAzeez, I.F. Correlation Between Glycaemic Control and Body Mass Index in Nigerian Type I1 Diabetic Patients Attending Medical Outpatient Clinics UITH Ilorin. (Original article) Journal of Medical Laboratory Science. 2017; Vol 2: 24-29. (Official publication of Faculty of Medical Laboratory Sciences, Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University, Sokoto).
  58. T Adedeji, S Adebisi, N Adedeji. Effects Of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) On Albuminuria Relative To Glomerular Filtration Rate In Hiv-infected Persons. (Original article) Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine. 2017; Vol. 55: S778. (Published in Association with the European Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine)
  59. J Bolodeoku, O Ogbeiwi, MA Kuti, SA Adebisi. Laboratory tests turnaround time in outpatient and emergency patients in Nigeria: Results of a physician survey on point of care testing. (Original article) International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences. 2017; Vol.6(5): 76-81. (Official publication of the International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences, UK.)
  60. Tewogbade A Adedeji, Simeon A Adebisi, Nife O Adedeji, Sikiru A Biliaminu, Timothy O Olanrewaju. Effects of Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy on Renal Function and Renal Phosphate Handling in African Adults with Advanced HIV and CKD. (Original article) Infectious Disorders-Drug Targets (Formerly Current Drug Targets-Infectious Disorders) 2019; Vol. 19: 88-100. (Official publication of the Bentham Science Publishers, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.)
  61. T Adedeji, N Adedeji, S Adebisi, O Jeje, A Alaje, F Smith, O Ajose, B Okesina. Serum Reference interval values of selected micronutrients, vitamins, and detectable interleukins among healthy adults in South-West Nigeria. (Original article) Clinica Chimica Acta. 2019; Vol.493:S623-S624.
  62. Blessing Myke-Mbata, Simeon Adelani Adebisi, Basil Bruno, Terry Terfa Gbaa. Effect of Cassava on Proximate composition, Insulin Index, Glycemic Profile, Load, and Index in healthy individuals: a cross-sectional study. (Original article) Functional foods in Health and Disease. 2021; Vol, 11(1):1-10.

 

(B) CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:

  1. J. Lawani, S.A.Adebisi, A.O.Soladoye. (2006) COBES programme: The journey so far and the way forward. In A Textbook on Community Based Medical Education of the University of Ilorin Medical School. Edited by SA Adebisi. Published by College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin. Pages 1-12.
  2. S.A.Adebisi, S. B. Agaja. (2006) COBES implementation: Site Supervisors, Logistics, Assessment, and reporting Format. In A Textbook on Community Based Medical Education of the University of Ilorin Medical School. Edited by SA Adebisi. Published by College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin. Pages 13-31.
  3. Adewuyi, Omotoso, ABO, Agdede J, Adebisi, S, A, Musa (2007) Module on HIV. Published by College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin. Pages 67-77.

Courses/Modules Taught

  • Overview of Chem. Pathology and its uses in Clinical Medicine.
  • Constituents of Blood, Anticoagulants, and its uses in Chemical Pathology
  • Methods of specimen collection, storage, and transport
  • Importance of side room tests.
  • Introduction to Clinical Enzymology in Chemical Pathology Practice.
  • Introduction to Hypothalamo-pituitary-target Organ and feedback mechanisms.
  • Regulation of Water and Electrolyte Balance
  • Hydrogen Ion Homeostasis and (Disorders)
  • Haem Metabolism
  • Oral Glucose Tolerance Test
  • Arterial Blood Gas analysis and Disorders
  • Biochemical Markers of Cardiac Disease
  • Metabolic Syndrome and Laboratory Assessment
  • Endocrine and metabolic disruptors.
  • Biochemical Evaluation of the Unconscious Patient
  • Endocrine Emergencies and the Role of the Laboratory
  • Therapeutic drug monitoring
  • Review of Lipid Metabolism
  • Metabolic Bone Diseases
  • Biological Fluids (CSF, Peritoneal, Pleural and Pericardial Fluid) In Clinical Laboratory.
  • Inborn Errors of Metabolism.
  • Renal tubular acidosis