Clinical Research

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Genomewide analysis of the host response to malaria in Kenyan children.Griffiths MJ, Shafi MJ, Popper SJ, Hemingway CA, Kortok MM, Wathen A, Rockett KA, Mott R, Levin M, Newton CR, Marsh K, Relman DA, Kwiatkowski DP
J Infect Dis, (2005). 191:1599-611

Withdrawal of older anticonvulsants for management of status epilepticus: implications for resource-poor countries.Wilmshurst JM, Newton CR
Dev Med Child Neurol, (2005). 47:219

Use of clinical syndromes to target antibiotic prescribing in seriously ill children in malaria endemic area: observational study.Berkley JA, Maitland K, Mwangi I, Ngetsa C, Mwarumba S, Lowe BS, Newton CR, Marsh K, Scott JA, English M
BMJ, (2005). 330:995

Persistent neurocognitive impairments associated with severe falciparum malaria in Kenyan children.Carter JA, Mung'ala-Odera V, Neville BG, Murira G, Mturi N, Musumba C, Newton CR
J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry, (2005). 76:476-81

Both heterozygous and homozygous alpha+ thalassemias protect against severe and fatal Plasmodium falciparum malaria on the coast of Kenya.Williams TN, Wambua S, Uyoga S, Macharia A, Mwacharo JK, Newton CR, Maitland K
Blood, (2005). 106:368-71

Review Article: blood-brain barrier in falciparum malaria.Gitau EN, Newton CR
Trop Med Int Health, (2005). 10:285-92

Randomized trial of volume expansion with albumin or saline in children with severe malaria: preliminary evidence of albumin benefit.Maitland K, Pamba A, English M, Peshu N, Marsh K, Newton C, Levin M
Clin Infect Dis, (2005). 40:538-45

Volume status in severe malaria: no evidence provided for the degree of filling of the intravascular compartment.Maitland K, Newton C, Marsh K, Levin M
PLoS Med, (2005). 2:e27; author reply e32

Pre-transfusion management of children with severe malarial anaemia: a randomised controlled trial of intravascular volume expansion.Maitland K, Pamba A, English M, Peshu N, Levin M, Marsh K, Newton CR
Br J Haematol, (2005). 128:393-400

Developmental impairments following severe falciparum malaria in children.Carter JA, Ross AJ, Neville BG, Obiero E, Katana K, Mung'ala-Odera V, Lees JA, Newton CR
Trop Med Int Health, (2005). 10:3-10

Acidosis of severe falciparum malaria: heading for a shock?.Maitland K, Newton CR
Trends Parasitol, (2005). 21:11-6

Bacteremia among children admitted to a rural hospital in Kenya.Berkley JA, Lowe BS, Mwangi I, Williams T, Bauni E, Mwarumba S, Ngetsa C, Slack MP, Njenga S, Hart CA, Maitland K, English M, Marsh K, Scott JA
N Engl J Med, (2005). 352:39-47

Perturbations in electrolyte levels in kenyan children with severe malaria complicated by acidosis.Maitland K, Pamba A, Fegan G, Njuguna P, Nadel S, Newton CR, Lowe B
Clin Infect Dis, (2005). 40:9-16

Antibodies to voltage-gated calcium channels in children with falciparum malaria.Lang B, Newbold CI, Williams G, Peshu N, Marsh K, Newton CR
J Infect Dis, (2005). 191:117-21

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