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PROF. J. D. MANDE BIOGRAPHIC PROFILE- MAY 2021

Prof. J. D. Mande is the Dean and Associate Professor of Veterinary Surgery, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. He has previously served as Chairman of Department of Clinical Studies, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Nairobi. He holds Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine (1989), MSc.in Clinical Studies (1993) and PhD in Clinical Studies (2003) degrees from University of Nairobi. He has over 30 years working experience in teaching, research, and clinical practice as Assistant Lecturer (1992), Lecturer (1993), Senior Lecturer (2004) and Associate Professor (2015 to date).

PROF. JOHN DEMESI MANDE CV JANUARY 2021

Publications


2020

Gichure, M, Kitala P, Kihurani D, Mande J, Munene N.  2020.  Sero-prevalence and risk factors of African Horse Sickness among donkeys in a highland area of Kenya. Journal of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Health. 12:125–131., Number 3: Academic Journals Abstract
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Mande, ESK, D. J.  2020.  A retrospective study of the incidence, age, breed predisposition and type of fractures in household dogs in Nairobi County, Kenya. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 9:111–115., Number 1 Abstract
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2019

Wamaitha, MN, Mogoa EM, Mande JD.  2019.  Evaluation of anesthesia produced by ketofol in acepromazine-or medetomidine-sedated dogs. Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research. 6:215., Number 2: Network for the Veterinarians of Bangladesh Abstract
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2018

MN Wamaitha, EM Mogoa, JDM.  2018.  Hematological effects of ketofol in acepromazine or medetomidine sedated dogs. . International Journal of Veterinary Science 7(4): 216-222.. 7:216–222., Number 4 Abstract
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Njoroge, CW, John D. Mande SME, KITAA JAFREDMA.  2018.  Phenotypic and molecular characterization of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus from surgical patients and normal dogs. Bioteknologi Biotechnological Studies. 15:13–25., Number 1 Abstract
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2017

Kitaa, JMA, MCMMJDWJMMAO, W N.  2017.  Polymerase chain reaction detection of Erlichia canis the causative agent of Canine Monocytic Erlichiosis in Kenya.. International Journal of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary. 5:74–82., Number 4 Abstract
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2016

Mburu, LM, Gachuiri CK, Wanyoike MM, Mande JD, Badamana MS.  2016.  Identification of Recommendation Domains in Small-Scale Dairy Cattle Farms in Coastal Lowlands of Kenya. Journal of Animal Science Advances. 6:1709–1717., Number 8 Abstract
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Mwangi WE, Mogoa EM, KMDWKANKMJDKPGE,(2016). MD.  2016.  Combined Epidural Lidocaine and Medetomidine-Ketamine-Isoflurane Anaesthesia for Management of Femoral Fracture in a Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus). Israeli Journal of Veterinary Medicine 71(1):48-52. 71:48–52., Number 1 Abstract
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C W Njoroge, JD Mande, ESMJMAK.  2016.  Multidrug resistance of common bacterial pathogens from wounds and otitis externa in small animals during a 10-year periond in Kenya.. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 5:262–267., Number 4 Abstract
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Nyang’anga, HT, OWO, Mugivane, FI MJD, Opande GT.  2016.  Extension Officers’ Requirements in an Artificial Intelligent System for Diagnosis of Maize Disease, Kenya. IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (IOSR-JAVS) 8(10) Ver II. II 13-19. 8:13–19., Number 10 Ver. II: IOSR Abstract
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Johnson, SAM, Gakuya DW, Mbuthia PG, Mande JD, Afakye K, Maingi N.  2016.  Myiasis in dogs in the greater Accra region of Ghana. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases. 16:54–57., Number 1: Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. 140 Huguenot Street, 3rd Floor New Rochelle, NY 10801 USA Abstract
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2015

Mawuko, SA, Gakuya DW, Mbuthia PG, MANDE JOHNDEMESI, Maingi N.  2015.  Prevalence of gastrointestinal helminths and management practices for dogs in the Greater Accra region of Ghana. : University of Nairobi Abstract
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Nyang’anga, MH:, Mande JD.  2015.  Artificial Intelligent System for Diagnosis and Management of Maize Pest in Uasin Gishu County, Kenya. : Nairobi, KE Doctoral Thesis University of Nairobi Abstract
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Nyang’anga, HT, Okelo WO, Mugivane FI, Demesi MJ, Opande GT.  2015.  Farmers’ Requirements in an Artificial Intelligent System for Diagnosis of Maize Diseases in Kenya. IOSR- Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (IOSR-JAVS). 8:20–31., Number 10 Ver. II: IOSR Abstract
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Wamaitha, MN, Kihurani DO, Kimeli P, Mwangi WE, Mande JD.  2015.  Surgical management of a genesis of the vulva with atresia ani-et-distal recti in a heifer calf: A case report Surgical management of agenesis of the vulva with. Journal of Advanced Veterinary Animal Research. 2:369–372., Number 3 Abstract
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Kimeli, P Mbugua, SWCRMKATOMWEKAN& MJDG.  2015.  A retrospective study on findings of canine hip dysplasia screening in Kenya. Veterinary world. 8:1326., Number 11: Veterinary World Abstract
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Johnson, SAM, Gakuya DW, Mbuthia PG, MANDE JOHNDEMESI, Maingi N.  2015.  Prevalence of gastrointestinal helminths and management practices for dogs in the Greater Accra region of Ghana. Heliyon. 1:e00023., Number 1: Elsevier Abstract
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2014

Paul O Okumu, PK Gathumbi, DNKLCBJDMJKSMMWCKG.  2014.  Survey of health status of domestic rabbits in selected organized farms in Kenya.. International Journal of Veterinary Science. 4:15–21., Number 1 Abstract
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Onyango, OP, Karuri GP, Njuguna KD, DEMESI MANDEJOHN.  2014.  Etiology and predisposing factors of diseases of domestic rabbits from selected areas in kenya. : University of Nairobi Abstract
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Okumu, PO, Gathumbi PK, Karanja DN, Mande JD, Wanyoike MM, Gachuiri CK, Kiarie N, Mwanza RN, Borter DK.  2014.  Prevalence, pathology and risk factors for coccidiosis in domestic rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in selected regions in Kenya. Veterinary Quarterly. 34:205–210., Number 4: Taylor & Francis Abstract
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Kimeli, P, Mogoa EM, Mwangi WE, Kipyegon AN, Kirui G, Muasya DW, Mande JD, Kariuki E, Mijele D.  2014.  Use of brachial plexus blockade and medetomidine-ketamine-isoflurane anaesthesia for repair of radio-ulna fracture in an adult cheetah (acinonyx jubatus). BMC veterinary research. 10:1–5., Number 1: BioMed Central Abstract
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Kimeli, P, Kipyegon AN, Mwangi WE, MANDE JOHNDEMESI.  2014.  A case of Trypanosoma congolense savannah type infection and its management in a dog. Journal of Advanced Veterinary and Animal Research. 1:232–234., Number 4 Abstract
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Kitaa, JMA, Mulei CM, Mande JD, Wabacha J.  2014.  A retrospective study of canine ehrlichiosis in Kenya. : University of Nairobi Abstract
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2013

2012

Odongo, MO, Langat DP, Mande JD, Kitaa JMA, Wasike PR, Mulei CM.  2012.  Prevalence of ringworm (dermatophytosis) in dogs and cats submitted to the small animal clinic of the University of Nairobi between 2001 and 2010. Kenya Veterinarian. 36:26–35., Number 1 Abstract
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2011

Mary N. Gichure, PM. Kitala, MJDJNM, Kihurani DO.  2011.  A sero-epidemiological study of African Horse Sickness and associated risk factors in donkey population in Kenya.. : Master of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, Univesity of Nairobi Abstract
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Aleri, JW, Kipyegon AN, Mulei CM, Karanja DN.  2011.  Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome Due to Babesiosis in a Dog: Case Report. AbstractWebsite

Abstract: A case of acute respiratory distress syndrome due to babesiosis is reported in a 5 years old male Japanese sptiz. The patient was noticed to have developed sudden dyspnoea. The main presenting clinical signs included laboured breathing, broad-base stance but preferred recumbency, pallour and seizures. Blood smears from the ear tips revealed presence of multiple Babesia parasites in the erythrocytes. Hematology results showed slight leucocytosis, severe anemia and thrombocytopenia. Additionally, urinalysis revealed renal pathology and presence of leucocytes in urine. Despite aggressive measures to stabilize the patient, it died within an hour. Autopsy results also confirmed Babesiosis with generalized icterus.

2009

Aleri, JW, Mogoa EGM, Mulei CM, Mande JD.  2009.  Animal Welfare The Impact of Customized Lectures on Knowledge and Perceptions of Veterinary Students on Animal Welfare and Related Legislations. Abstract

A study was designed to investigate the knowledge and perceptions of animal welfare and related legislations among graduating Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine students from the University of Nairobi, Kenya. A questionnaire was designed and administered to assess understanding, poor attributes, good provisions, legislations’, knowledge and sources of general information on animal welfare. The percentage responses to the questions before and after the customized lecture series were determined and differences compared using a paired t test. The level of awareness of animal welfare issues among students before and after the customized lectures was 33.11% and 68.03% respectively. Significant differences at p ≤ 0.05 on all the attributes assessed was observed. p=0.0056 on the understanding of animal welfare, p=0.0232 on what constitutes poor animal welfare and p=0.025 on conditions necessary to ensure a state of good animal welfare. A 50% increase in awareness of legislations on animal welfare was recorded after the lecture series. The major source of information on animal welfare was from the lecture series offered. This study confirms that inclusion of the customized lectures on animal welfare in training veterinary students was effective in promoting awareness on animal welfare. The contents of these lectures should be included in relevant subjects taught to students at the Faculties of Veterinary Medicine.

2008

2006

Ndurumo, MS;, Mande JD;, Kihurani D;, Abuom TO.  2006.  Antidrool Cheiloplasty; Plastic Surgery Of The Canine Lip. Poster Presentation..
Mande, JD, Abuom TO.  2006.  Transmissible Venereal Tumor with Subcutaneous and Bone Metastasis in a Dog. Abstract

A five year old entire mixed breed dog was admitted to the University of Nairobi's small animal clinic with a 5-months history of subcutaneous masses. Physical examination revealed firm and mobile masses in the subcuticular tissues, on the mandible and the transverse processes of the lumbar vertebrae. Visual inspection of the prepuce also revealed a timorous mass. Surgical excision of the subcutaneous masses and the mass on the prepuce was performed while the dog was under surgical anesthesia. Microscopic examination of the subcutaneous masses revealed features consistent with canine transmissible venereal tumor. This paper provides a detailed account of the clinical findings, surgical procedure and outcomes of managing the case.

2005

Kirui, G;, Abuom TO;, Gitonga PN;, Ndurumo SM;, Tsigadi SA;, Kitaa JMA;, Mande JD.  2005.  Radiographic Evaluation of Fractures and Postoperative Outcome in Small Animals Clinic (75 cases)..

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