Clinical Research

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Inter-observer agreement of the assessment of coma scales and brainstem signs in non-traumatic coma.Newton CR, Kirkham FJ, Johnston B, Marsh K
Dev Med Child Neurol, (1995). 37:807-13

The management of severe malaria in children: a review.Murphy S, English M, Omar A, Crawley J, Waruiru C, Mwangi I, Amukoye E, Peshu N, Newton CR, Winstanley PA
East Afr Med J, (1995). 72:536-9

Parasite viability during treatment of severe falciparum malaria: differential effects of artemether and quinine.Murphy S, Watkins WM, Bray PG, Lowe B, Winstanley PA, Peshu N, Marsh K
Am J Trop Med Hyg, (1995). 53:303-5

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

The prevalence of epilepsy among a rural Kenyan population. Its association with premature mortality.Snow RW, Williams RE, Rogers JE, Mung'ala VO, Peshu N
Trop Geogr Med, (1994). 46:175-9

Serum tumour necrosis factor in children suffering from Plasmodium falciparum infection in Kilifi District, Kenya.Nyakundi JN, Warn P, Newton C, Mumo J, Jephthah-Ochola J
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1994). 88:667-70

A single dose of intramuscular sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine as an adjunct to quinine in the treatment of severe malaria: pharmacokinetics and efficacy.Newton CR, Winstanley PA, Watkins WM, Mwangi IN, Waruiru CM, Mberu EK, Warn PA, Nevill CG, Marsh K
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1993). 87:207-10

Towards optimal regimens of parenteral quinine for young African children with cerebral malaria: the importance of unbound quinine concentration.Winstanley P, Newton C, Watkins W, Mberu E, Ward S, Warn P, Mwangi I, Waruiru C, Pasvol G, Warrell D
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1993). 87:201-6

Periodicity and space-time clustering of severe childhood malaria on the coast of Kenya.Snow RW, Schellenberg JR, Peshu N, Forster D, Newton CR, Winstanley PA, Mwangi I, Waruiru C, Warn PA, Newbold C
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1993). 87:386-90

Prophylactic phenobarbitone in young children with severe falciparum malaria: pharmacokinetics and clinical effects.Winstanley PA, Newton CR, Pasvol G, Kirkham FJ, Mberu E, Peshu N, Ward SA, Were JB, Warrell DA, Marsh K
Br J Clin Pharmacol, (1992). 33:149-54

The disposition of oral and intramuscular pyrimethamine/sulphadoxine in Kenyan children with high parasitaemia but clinically non-severe falciparum malaria.Winstanley PA, Watkins WM, Newton CR, Nevill C, Mberu E, Warn PA, Waruiru CM, Mwangi IN, Warrell DA, Marsh K
Br J Clin Pharmacol, (1992). 33:143-8

The role of shops in the treatment and prevention of childhood malaria on the coast of Kenya.Snow RW, Peshu N, Forster D, Mwenesi H, Marsh K
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1992). 86:237-9

Blood transfusions for severe anaemia in African children.Newton CR, Marsh K, Peshu N, Mwangi I
Lancet, (1992). 340:917-8

Childhood deaths in Africa: uses and limitations of verbal autopsies.Snow RW, Armstrong JR, Forster D, Winstanley MT, Marsh VM, Newton CR, Waruiru C, Mwangi I, Winstanley PA, Marsh K
Lancet, (1992). 340:351-5

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

Quinine treatment of severe falciparum malaria in African children: a randomized comparison of three regimens.Pasvol G, Newton CR, Winstanley PA, Watkins WM, Peshu NM, Were JB, Marsh K, Warrell DA
Am J Trop Med Hyg, (1991). 45:702-13

Intracranial pressure in African children with cerebral malaria.Newton CR, Kirkham FJ, Winstanley PA, Pasvol G, Peshu N, Warrell DA, Marsh K
Lancet, (1991). 337:573-6

Cerebral malaria: what is unarousable coma?.Newton CR, Pasvol G, Winstanley PA, Warrell DA
Lancet, (1990). 335:472

Quinine in severe malaria..Newton CRJC, Winstanley P, Pasvol G, Watkins W
Postgraduate Doctor , (1990). 12:32