Clinical Research

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Bacteremia among Kenyan Children.Berkley JA
New England Journal of Medicine, (2005). 352:1379-1381

Response: Pathogenesis of Epilepsy after Exposure to Severe Falciparum Malaria.Carter J, Neville B, Newton C
Epilepsia, (2005). 46:601-602

Malaria.Maitland K, Molyneux M
Hot Topics in Infection and Immunity, (2005). :

Tropical infections: malaria and dengue. .Maitland K, Wills B
Infectious Diseases in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. , (2005). :

Mortality among Kenyan children admitted to a rural district hospital on weekends as compared with weekdays.Berkley JA, Brent A, Mwangi I, English M, Maitland K, Marsh K, Peshu N, Newton CR
Pediatrics, (2004). 114:1737-8; author reply 1738

Indicators of acute bacterial meningitis in children at a rural Kenyan district hospital.Berkley JA, Versteeg AC, Mwangi I, Lowe BS, Newton CR
Pediatrics, (2004). 114:e713-9

HLA class-I and class-II allele frequencies and two-locus haplotypes in Melanesians of Vanuatu and New Caledonia.Maitland K, Bunce M, Harding RM, Barnardo MC, Clegg JB, Welsh K, Bowden DK, Williams TN
Tissue Antigens, (2004). 64:678-86

Delivery of paediatric care at the first-referral level in Kenya.English M, Esamai F, Wasunna A, Were F, Ogutu B, Wamae A, Snow RW, Peshu N
Lancet, (2004). 364:1622-9

Understanding of informed consent in a low-income setting: three case studies from the Kenyan Coast.Molyneux CS, Peshu N, Marsh K
Soc Sci Med, (2004). 59:2547-59

Are bedside features of shock reproducible between different observers?.Otieno H, Were E, Ahmed I, Charo E, Brent A, Maitland K
Arch Dis Child, (2004). 89:977-9

Capillary refill: prognostic value in Kenyan children.Pamba A, Maitland K
Arch Dis Child, (2004). 89:950-5

Falciparum malaria: current therapeutic challenges.Maitland K, Makanga M, Williams TN
Curr Opin Infect Dis, (2004). 17:405-12

The burden of the neurocognitive impairment associated with Plasmodium falciparum malaria in sub-saharan Africa.Mung'Ala-Odera V, Snow RW, Newton CR
Am J Trop Med Hyg, (2004). 71:64-70

Signs of illness in Kenyan infants aged less than 60 days.English M, Ngama M, Mwalekwa L, Peshu N
Bull World Health Organ, (2004). 82:323-9

Salicylate poisoning in children: report of three cases.Musumba CO, Pamba AO, Sasi PA, English M, Maitland K
East Afr Med J, (2004). 81:159-63

Increased prevalence of epilepsy associated with severe falciparum malaria in children.Carter JA, Neville BG, White S, Ross AJ, Otieno G, Mturi N, Musumba C, Newton CR
Epilepsia, (2004). 45:978-81

Malaria.Maitland K, Molyneux M
Adv Exp Med Biol, (2004). 549:125-34

Carboxyhemoglobin levels in Kenyan children with Plasmodium falciparum malaria.Cunnington AJ, Kendrick SF, Wamola B, Lowe B, Newton CR
Am J Trop Med Hyg, (2004). 71:43-7

Assessment of inpatient paediatric care in first referral level hospitals in 13 districts in Kenya.English M, Esamai F, Wasunna A, Were F, Ogutu B, Wamae A, Snow RW, Peshu N
Lancet, (2004). 363:1948-53

Pathophysiology of severe malaria in children.Maitland K, Marsh K
Acta Trop, (2004). 90:131-40