Charles Newton/Arch Dis Child

9 results

Clinical features to distinguish meningitis among young infants at a rural Kenyan hospital.Obiero CW, Mturi N, Mwarumba S, Ngari M, Newton C, Boele van Hensbroek M, Berkley JA
Arch Dis Child, (2021). 106:130-136

Nocturnal haemoglobin oxygen desaturation in urban and rural East African paediatric cohorts with and without sickle cell anaemia: a cross-sectional study.L'Esperance VS, Ekong T, Cox SE, Makani J, Newton CR, Soka D, Komba A, Kirkham FJ, Hill CM
Arch Dis Child, (2016). 101:352-5

Continuous EEG monitoring in Kenyan children with non-traumatic coma.Gwer S, Idro R, Fegan G, Chengo E, Garrashi H, White S, Kirkham FJ, Newton CR
Arch Dis Child, (2012). 97:343-9

Risk factors for persisting neurological and cognitive impairments following cerebral malaria.Idro R, Carter JA, Fegan G, Neville BG, Newton CR
Arch Dis Child, (2006). 91:142-8

Abnormal blood glucose concentrations on admission to a rural Kenyan district hospital: prevalence and outcome.Osier FH, Berkley JA, Ross A, Sanderson F, Mohammed S, Newton CR
Arch Dis Child, (2003). 88:621-5

Causes and outcome of young infant admissions to a Kenyan district hospital.English M, Ngama M, Musumba C, Wamola B, Bwika J, Mohammed S, Ahmed M, Mwarumba S, Ouma B, McHugh K, Newton C
Arch Dis Child, (2003). 88:438-43

Intracranial hypertension in Africans with cerebral malaria.Newton CR, Crawley J, Sowumni A, Waruiru C, Mwangi I, English M, Murphy S, Winstanley PA, Marsh K, Kirkham FJ
Arch Dis Child, (1997). 76:219-26

Brain swelling and ischaemia in Kenyans with cerebral malaria.Newton CR, Peshu N, Kendall B, Kirkham FJ, Sowunmi A, Waruiru C, Mwangi I, Murphy SA, Marsh K
Arch Dis Child, (1994). 70:281-7

Retinal haemorrhages in falciparum malaria.Newton CR, Winstanley PA, Marsh K
Arch Dis Child, (1991). 66:753