Dr. Dominic Konadu-Yeboah

Senior Lecturer

Dept: Surgery
Ground floor accident and emergency centre

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Research Areas/Interests

Complications of herbal treatment of paediatric fractures seen at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana.   Traditional bonesetter-...~more



    1. Yeboah D., Mock C., Karikari P., Agyei-Baffour P., Donkor P., Ebel B. Minimising Preventable Trauma Deaths in a Limited-Resource Setting: A test case of a Multidisciplinary Panel Review Approach at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Ghana. World J Surg (2014) 38: 1707-1712



    1. Ivers RQ, Chuan SL, Moroz P., Jagnoor J., Konadu-Yeboah D., International Orthopaedic Multicentre Study (INORMUS) in fracture care: Protocol for a large prospective observational study INORMUS investigators. Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma. October 2015


    1. Stewart BT, Gyedu A, Tansley G, Yeboah D, Amponsah-Manu F, Mock C, Labi-addo W, Quansah R. Orthopaedic Trauma Care Capacity Assessment and Strategic Planning in Ghana: Mapping a Way Forward. J Bone Joint Surg Am 2016 Dec 7;98(23): e104.




    1. Konadu-Yeboah D, Konadu P, Smith H, Quansah RE Addo AO. A Prospective Cohort Study of Closed Foot Injuries In A Tertiary Hospital In Ghana. Postgraduate Medical Journal of Ghana 2019 Mar, vol 8 No. 1
    2. Konadu-Yebaoh D, Konadu P, Ampem-Darkwa K, De-gaulle VF, Holdbrook-Smith H, Quansah ER. Outcome Assessment of Open Foot Injuries in A Teaching Hospital in Ghana. Journal of Preventive Medicine and Care, ISSN: 2474-3585, 2019.


    1. Konadu-Yeboah D., Konadu P., Abiboye CY., Ampem-Darkwa K., Schumacher Z. Bilateral Radial Club Hands at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana: A Case Report. Journal of Preventive Medicine and Care, ISSN: 2474-3585, 2019.


    1. Konadu-Yeboah D., Konadu P., Ampem-Darkwa K., Banahene, Adu-Osei. Severe Infantile Blount’s Disease in Kumasi, Ghana: A case report. Journal of Preventive Medicine and Care, ISSN: 2474-3585, 2019.


    1. Pouramin P., Li CS., Busse JW., Sprague S., Devereaux PJ., Jagnoor J., Ivers R., Bhandari M., Konadu-Yeboah D. Delays in hospital admissions in patients with fractures across 18 low-income and middle-income countries (INORMUS): a prospective observational study. Lancet Glob Health 2020;8:e711-20.


    1. Konadu-Yeboah D., Kusi K., Donkor P.,Gudugbe S., Sampene O., Okleme A., Boakye NF., Osei-Ampofo M.,Okrah H., Mock C. Preventable Trauma Deaths and Corrective Actions to Prevent Them: A 10-year Comparative Study at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi, Ghana. World Journal of Surgery, July, 2020.
    2. Konadu-Yeboah D., Buunaaim A., Yempabe T., Konadu P., Owusu R., Nuertey B., Addo W. Reducing amputations and injuries in children. Aofoundation.org, 27th January, 2021.
    3. Konadu SO., Konadu-Yeboah D., Opoku G. A broken bone no longer a burden to carry: a destination in sight. African Journal of Current Medical Resaerch, March, 2021. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.31191/afrijc mr.v4i2.70

     12. Butler EK., Konadu-Yeboah D., Mock N., Konadu P., Awariya D. Utility of an Orthopaedic Trauma Registry in Ghana. Ghana Medical Journal, 2021.









    1. Browner B, Jupiter J, Krettek C, Anderson P: Skeletal Trauma, 6th Chapter 3: The Challenges of Ortopaedic Trauma Care in the Developing World, Contributing Author, Elsevier Inc., Saunders, Philadelphia, USA, 2019.
    2. Plunge-Rhule J, Larbi-Addo W, Konadu-Yeboah D, Odei-Ansong F: Fracture Basics, Accra, Ghana, 2019.




    Metals Inserted into the body do not rust. The Spectator, Saturday November 24, 2018, Page 3


    Enact Law for Establishment of Bone Banks in Ghana. Graphic Online. January 28, 2019.


    Road accident injuries, deaths cost Ghana USD 230 million annually. GhanaWeb-29 Jan 2019


    Choose Orthodox Treatment Over Traditional -Dr. Advices Accident Victims. Sokynewsgh.com, February 20, 2019.


    Bleeding Roads; the major highways killing Ghanaians. Citinewsroom.com, 25TH Jan 2019.


    Reducing road traffic trauma in Ghana through public education, Joy news documentary, 12/4/21

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