Managing and living a normal and healthy life after renal (kidney) failure.
Contents of the book:
1. Events leading to my kidney failure.
2. The author as a renal patient.
3. The Kidneys. Definition of kidney failure and kidney disease. Types of renal failure: Acute, chronic, and end stage.
4. Causes, symptoms, and detecting renal failure.
6. Kidney transplants.
7. Problems associated with renal failure.
8. Treatment of renal failure.
11. Living a normal, healthy life after renal failure.
12. Attitudes and beliefs.
14. Organ donor shortage.
15. Research into stem cell technology for kidney failure.
16. Conclusion. 17. About the author. Glossary. References. Lists of books and jornals.
Dr. Adeleke Eniola Oyenusi is a native of Irolu, Ijebu Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria. Attended Methodist Primary school, Ekotedo, Ibadan Oyo state Nigeria and later continued at the Holy Trinity primary school, Ebute Ero, Lagos. He continued his secondary school education at Methodist secondary commercial college Sagamu, Ogun state Nigeria from 1973 to 1977 for his ordinary level certificate. Briefly worked as a primary school teacher in 1977 at Ipara. Ogun state after which he worked as the time keeper clerk at the National Electric Power Authority in Sagamu. Ogun state, Nigeria. He proceeded further to finish his Advanced level certificate from 1978 to 1980, at the Remo secondary school sagamu, Ogun State and worked as wages clerk at the Lagos State Transport Corporation in Lagos, from 1980 to 1981. Attended the Kharkov State University in Ukraine to study Russian language in 1981. In 1982 he went to Minsk in the Belarusian republic for his Msc in National Economic planning at the Belarusian state Institute of National economy. He moved to Moscow in 1987 to further his education in the Russian republic and completed with a PhD in Economics. Moved to London in 1996 and had a stroke in 26th of December, 2000, that left him paralysed but has since fully recovered. In 2002, he was diagnosed with kidney failure. He has a line treatment changed to a CAPD treatment (continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis) and later changed to the Haemodialysis. He is currently awaiting kidney transplant. Dr. Adeleke Oyenusi is married to Gisele with three children, Princess Kimberlyne Adebimpe, Kelvin Adebambo, Kenneth Adebowale all Oyenusi. He speaks English, Russian, French, Yoruba, Lingala and Ijebu.