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Dr Elvis Neba Shu

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    1. Oguonu T, Shu E, Ezeonwu BU, Lige B, Derrick A, Umeh RE, Agbo E. The performance evaluation of a urine malaria test (UMT) kit for the diagnosis of malaria in individuals with fever in south-east Nigeria: cross-sectional analytical study. Malar J. 2014 Oct 15; 13:403. PMID: 25316216; PMCID: PMC4203939.
    2. Umeh R, Oguche S, Oguonu T, Pitmang S, Shu E, Onyia JT, Daniyam CA, Shwe D, Ahmad A, Jongert E, Catteau G, Lievens M, Ofori-Anyinam O, Leach A. Immunogenicity and safety of the candidate RTS,S/AS01 vaccine in young Nigerian children: a randomized, double-blind, lot-to-lot consistency trial. Vaccine. 2014 Nov 12; 32(48):6556-62. PMID: 25077418.
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    3. Nubila T, Ukaejiofo EO, Ike SO, Shu EN, Nubila NI, Chijioke CP, Ukaejiofo AC, Iyare EE, Okwosa CU, Okwuowulu OV. Predisposing factors associated with uncomplicated type 2 diabetes among adults in a diabetic clinic, Enugu State, Nigeria. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2014 Apr; 108(4):206-12. PMID: 24627425.
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    4. Onwujekwe OC, Soremekun RO, Uzochukwu B, Shu E, Onwujekwe O. Patterns of case management and chemoprevention for malaria-in-pregnancy by public and private sector health providers in Enugu state, Nigeria. BMC Res Notes. 2012 Jul 06; 5:211. PMID: 22551039; PMCID: PMC3392746.
    5. Odili AN, Ezeala-Adikaibe B, Ndiaye MB, Anisiuba BC, Kamdem MM, Ijoma CK, Kaptue J, Boombhi HJ, Kolo PM, Shu EN, Thijs L, Staessen JA, Omotoso BA, Kingue S, Ba SA, Lemogoum D, M'Buyamba-Kabangu JR, Ulasi II. Progress report on the first sub-Saharan Africa trial of newer versus older antihypertensive drugs in native black patients. Trials. 2012 May 17; 13:59. PMID: 22594907; PMCID: PMC3502563.
    6. Mbah AU, Ndukwu GO, Ghasi SI, Shu EN, Ozoemena FN, Mbah JO, Onodugo OD, Ejim EC, Eze MI, Nkwo PO, Okonkwo PO. Low-dose lisinopril in normotensive men with idiopathic oligospermia and infertility: a 5-year randomized, controlled, crossover pilot study. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 2012 Apr; 91(4):582-9. PMID: 22378155.
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    7. Maduka IC, Ezeonu FE, Neboh EE, Shu EN, Ikekpeazu EJ. Urinary estrogen levels in women on contraceptives in enugu, South-East Nigeria. J Family Med Prim Care. 2012 Jan; 1(1):39-42. PMID: 24478999; PMCID: PMC3893952.
    8. Ike SO, Nubila T, Ukaejiofo EO, Nubila IN, Shu EN, Ezema I. Comparison of haematological parameters determined by the Sysmex KX - 2IN automated haematology analyzer and the manual counts. BMC Clin Pathol. 2010 Apr 23; 10:3. PMID: 20416068; PMCID: PMC2873444.
    9. Okafor HU, Shu EN, Oguonu T. Therapeutic efficacy and effect on gametocyte carriage of an artemisinin and a non-based combination treatment in children with uncomplicated P. falciparum malaria, living in an area with high-level chloroquine resistance. J Trop Pediatr. 2010 Dec; 56(6):398-406. PMID: 20144932.
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    10. Onwujekwe O, Uzochukwu B, Dike N, Uguru N, Nwobi E, Shu E. Malaria treatment perceptions, practices and influences on provider behaviour: comparing hospitals and non-hospitals in south-east Nigeria. Malar J. 2009 Oct 28; 8:246. PMID: 19863803; PMCID: PMC2775747.
    11. Onwujekwe O, Kaur H, Dike N, Shu E, Uzochukwu B, Hanson K, Okoye V, Okonkwo P. Quality of anti-malarial drugs provided by public and private healthcare providers in south-east Nigeria. Malar J. 2009 Feb 10; 8:22. PMID: 19208221; PMCID: PMC2649149.
    12. Udeinya JI, Shu EN, Quakyi I, Ajayi FO. An antimalarial neem leaf extract has both schizonticidal and gametocytocidal activities. Am J Ther. 2008 Mar-Apr; 15(2):108-10. PMID: 18356629.
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    13. Mbah AU, Udeinya IJ, Shu EN, Chijioke CP, Nubila T, Udeinya F, Muobuike A, Mmuobieri A, Obioma MS. Fractionated neem leaf extract is safe and increases CD4+ cell levels in HIV/AIDS patients. Am J Ther. 2007 Jul-Aug; 14(4):369-74. PMID: 17667213.
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    14. Onwujekwe O, Ojukwu J, Shu E, Uzochukwu B. Inequities in valuation of benefits, choice of drugs, and mode of payment for malaria treatment services provided by community health workers in Nigeria. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2007 Jul; 77(1):16-21. PMID: 17620625.
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    15. Onwujekwe O, Uzochukwu B, Ojukwu J, Dike N, Shu E. Feasibility of a community health worker strategy for providing near and appropriate treatment of malaria in southeast Nigeria: an analysis of activities, costs and outcomes. Acta Trop. 2007 Feb; 101(2):95-105. PMID: 17270139.
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    16. Onwujekwe O, Dike N, Ojukwu J, Uzochukwu B, Ezumah N, Shu E, Okonkwo P. Consumers stated and revealed preferences for community health workers and other strategies for the provision of timely and appropriate treatment of malaria in southeast Nigeria. Malar J. 2006 Dec 01; 5:117. PMID: 17140449; PMCID: PMC1698927.
    17. Dike N, Onwujekwe O, Ojukwu J, Ikeme A, Uzochukwu B, Shu E. Influence of education and knowledge on perceptions and practices to control malaria in Southeast Nigeria. Soc Sci Med. 2006 Jul; 63(1):103-6. PMID: 16448735.
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    18. Udeinya IJ, Brown N, Shu EN, Udeinya FI, Quakeyie I. Fractions of an antimalarial neem-leaf extract have activities superior to chloroquine, and are gametocytocidal. Ann Trop Med Parasitol. 2006 Jan; 100(1):17-22. PMID: 16417709.
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    19. Onwujekwe O, Uzochukwu B, Ezumah N, Shu E. Increasing coverage of insecticide-treated nets in rural Nigeria: implications of consumer knowledge, preferences and expenditures for malaria prevention. Malar J. 2005 Jul 18; 4:29. PMID: 16026623; PMCID: PMC1182388.
    20. Onwujekwe O, Ojukwu J, Uzochukwu B, Dike N, Ikeme A, Shu E. Where do people from different socio-economic groups receive diagnosis and treatment for presumptive malaria, in south-eastern Nigeria? Ann Trop Med Parasitol. 2005 Jul; 99(5):473-81. PMID: 16004706.
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    21. Ibeh CC, Ekejindu IM, Ibeh NC, Shu EN, Chukwuka JO. The pattern of home treatment of malaria in under-fives in south eastern Nigeria. Afr J Med Med Sci. 2005 Mar; 34(1):71-5. PMID: 15971558.
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    22. Muko KN, Ngwa VC, Chigang LC, Ngwa IG, Meiburg A, Shu EN. Willingness to pay for treatment with highly active antiretroviral (HAART) drugs: a rural case study in Cameroon. SAHARA J. 2004 Aug; 1(2):107-13. PMID: 17601016.
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    23. Udeinya IJ, Mbah AU, Chijioke CP, Shu EN. An antimalarial extract from neem leaves is antiretroviral. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. 2004 Jul; 98(7):435-7. PMID: 15138081.
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    24. Onwujekwe O, Uzochukwu B, Shu E, Ibeh C, Okonkwo P. Is combination therapy for malaria based on user-fees worthwhile and equitable to consumers? Assessment of costs and willingness to pay in Southeast Nigeria. Acta Trop. 2004 Jul; 91(2):101-15. PMID: 15234659.
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    25. Onwujekwe O, Chima R, Shu E, Okonkwo P. Community-directed treatment with ivermectin in two Nigerian communities: an analysis of first year start-up processes, costs and consequences. Health Policy. 2002 Oct; 62(1):31-51. PMID: 12151133.
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    26. Onwujekwe O, Chima R, Shu E, Nwagbo D, Akpala C, Okonkwo P. Altruistic willingness to pay in community-based sales of insecticide-treated nets exists in Nigeria. Soc Sci Med. 2002 Feb; 54(4):519-27. PMID: 11848272.
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    27. Onwujekwe O, Shu E, Onwuameze O, Ndum C, Okonkwo P. Onchocerciasis control in Nigeria: will households be able to afford community-directed treatment with ivermectin? Acta Trop. 2001 Dec 21; 80(3):277-81. PMID: 11700186.
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    28. Shu EN, Okonkwo PO. Community-based ivermectin therapy for onchocerciasis: comparison of three methods of dose assessment. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2001 Sep; 65(3):184-8. PMID: 11561701.
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    29. Onwujekwe O, Chima R, Shu E, Nwagbo D, Okonkwo P. Hypothetical and actual willingness to pay for insecticide-treated nets in five Nigerian communities. Trop Med Int Health. 2001 Jul; 6(7):545-53. PMID: 11469949.
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    30. Onwujekwe OE, Akpala CO, Ghasi S, Shu EN, Okonkwo PO. How do rural households perceive and prioritise malaria and mosquito nets? A study in five communities of Nigeria. Public Health. 2000 Sep; 114(5):407-10. PMID: 11035466.
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    31. Shu EN, Onwujekwe EO, Okonkwo PO. Do alcoholic beverages enhance availability of ivermectin? Eur J Clin Pharmacol. 2000 Aug; 56(5):437-8. PMID: 11009055.
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    32. Onwujekwe O, Shu E, Chima R, Onyido A, Okonkwo P. Willingness to pay for the retreatment of mosquito nets with insecticide in four communities of south-eastern Nigeria. Trop Med Int Health. 2000 May; 5(5):370-6. PMID: 10886802.
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    33. Onwujekwe OE, Shu EN, Okonkwo PO. Community financing of local ivermectin distribution in Nigeria: potential payment and cost-recovery outlook. Trop Doct. 2000 Apr; 30(2):91-4. PMID: 10842555.
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    34. Shu EN, Onwujekwe EO, Lokili P, Okonkwo PO. A health club for a community school in south-eastern Nigeria: influence on adult perception of onchocerciasis and compliance with community-based ivermectin therapy. Trop Med Int Health. 2000 Mar; 5(3):222-6. PMID: 10747286.
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    35. Shu EN, Okonkwo PO, Batey WO, Onyeanusi J. Ivermectin: concentration-dependent effects on adenosine triphosphatases in adult worms of Onchocerca volvulus. Acta Trop. 2000 Jan 05; 74(1):7-11. PMID: 10643902.
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    36. Onwujekwe OE, Shu EN, Ndum CC, Okonkwo PO. Treatment with ivermectin: what works in one community may not work in another. J Epidemiol Community Health. 2000 Jan; 54(1):79-80. PMID: 10692971; PMCID: PMC1731534.
    37. Shu EN, Okonkwo PO, Onwujekwe EO. Health education to school children in Okpatu, Nigeria: impact on onchocerciasis-related knowledge. Public Health. 1999 Sep; 113(5):215-8. PMID: 10557114.
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    38. Onwujekwe OE, Shu EN, Okonkwo PO. Willingness to pay for the maintenance of equity in a local ivermectin distribution scheme in Toro, Northern Nigeria. Public Health. 1999 Jul; 113(4):193-4. PMID: 10483083.
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    39. Onwujekwe O, Shu E, Okonkwo P. Can community leaders' preferences be used to proxy those of the community as a whole? J Health Serv Res Policy. 1999 Jul; 4(3):133-8. PMID: 10538877.
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    40. Shu EN, Nwadike KI, Onwujekwe EO, Ugwu OC, Okonkwo PO. Influence of health education on community participation in rapid assessment of onchocerciasis prior to distribution of ivermectin. East Afr Med J. 1999 Jun; 76(6):320-3. PMID: 10750518.
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    41. Onwujekwe OE, Shu EN, Nwagbo D, Akpala CO, Okonkwo PO. Willingness to pay for community-based ivermectin distribution: a study of three onchocerciasis-endemic communities in Nigeria. Trop Med Int Health. 1998 Oct; 3(10):802-8. PMID: 9809913.
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    42. Shu EN, Okonkwo PO. Nutritional status of onchocerciasis patients. 1. An investigation of protein-calorie malnutrition. Ann Trop Med Parasitol. 1998 Apr; 92(3):339-41. PMID: 9713551.
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    43. Shu EN, Okonkwo PO, Ogbodo SO. An improved dosing schedule for ivermectin as a microfilaricidal agent against onchocerciasis. Acta Trop. 1997 Dec; 68(3):269-75. PMID: 9492911.
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