Table of contents
Omentoplasty in Perforated Peptic Ulcer Surgery: Is it Still the Gold Standard?
Paul Ochieng’ Odula

Base Deficit as an Indicator of Significant Blunt Abdominal Trauma
Daniel Kinyuru Ojuka, Daniel Mukhwana Nyongesa, Peter Mungai Ngugi

Early Bacterial Cultures from Open Fractures – Differences Before and After Debridement
Fred Chuma Sitati, Philip Ogutu Mosi, Joseph Cege Mwangi

Profiles and Outcomes of Head Injury at Nakuru Level 5 Hospital
Abner Nasio

Post-operative Transient Hypoparathyroidism: Incidence and Risk Factors
Jennifer S. Downs, Kerry S. Wilson, Felix Made, Francois Malherbe, Eugenio Panieri, Lydia Cairncross

Prevalence of Esophageal Adenocarcinoma
Daniel Ojuka, Keith Dindi, Mark Awori

Patterns and Seasonal Variations of Perforated Peptic Ulcer Disease: Experience from Ethiopia
Abebe Bekele, Daniel Zemenfes, Seyoum Kassa, Andualem Deneke, Mulat Taye, Sahlu Wondimu

Factors Associated with Intensive Care Unit Admission Refusal
Babatunde Osinaike, Tosin Olusanya

Systemic Arterial-to-Pulmonary Artery Shunt Utilization
Awori Mark, Mohamed Ahmed Ali, Mohammed Khan Nabil

Validation of the Euroscore on Cardiac Surgery Patients in Nairobi
Awori Mark, Mehta Nikita, Mitema Fred, Mwangi Jimmy, Mjahid Hassan, Oloo Paul

Management and Outcome of Testicular Torsion
John Murithi, Abidan Mwachi, Ramadhani Abdalla, Sundeep Chavda

Omental Pedicled Flap for Pulmonary Tuberculosis Sequelae
Wamalwa Alex Okello, Nangole Ferdinand Wanjala

Mountain Papaya Seeds Causing Fecal Impaction in Children
Julie Ituku, Mathenge Nduhiu

Volume 14, Issue 2


Dr. Paul Odula, a senior lecturer at the University of Nairobi and a consultant general surgeon has been appointed as a member of the Annals of African Surgery Editorial Board/Advisors.
The Annals of Surgery editorial team has organised an authorship and reviewers’ workshops to take place in Mombasa, Kenya on 20th of March during the Surgical Society of Kenya (SSK) ...
The Annals of African Surgery would like to invite applicants for the Assistant editor position (3 vacancies) and Managing editor position (1 vacancy)
The Annals of African Surgery intends to have a special issue in 2018 to celebrate the life of the founding Editor-in-Chief the late Prof. Hassan Saidi.
The Annals of African surgery was privileged to host its most recent Elsevier Foundation “Publishers Without Borders” (PwB) volunteers, Fiona Macnab and Louise Phillips, as part of the initiative by ...
The workshop was organised by the Annals of African Surgery aimed at helping investigators acquire skills and develop strategic means to communicate with the broad scientific community and, in particular, ...