Charles Newton


454 results

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

Severe P. falciparum malaria in Kenyan children: evidence for hypovolaemia.Maitland K, Levin M, English M, Mithwani S, Peshu N, Marsh K, Newton CR
QJM, (2003). 96:427-34

Hypothetical performance of syndrome-based management of acute paediatric admissions of children aged more than 60 days in a Kenyan district hospital.English M, Berkley J, Mwangi I, Mohammed S, Ahmed M, Osier F, Muturi N, Ogutu B, Marsh K, Newton CR
Bull World Health Organ, (2003). 81:166-73

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

Speech and language sequelae of severe malaria in Kenyan children.Carter JA, Murira GM, Ross AJ, Mung'ala-Odera V, Newton CR
Brain Inj, (2003). 17:217-24

Cerebral malaria: optimising management.Mturi N, Musumba CO, Wamola BM, Ogutu BR, Newton CR
CNS Drugs, (2003). 17:153-65

Prognostic indicators of early and late death in children admitted to district hospital in Kenya: cohort study.Berkley JA, Ross A, Mwangi I, Osier FH, Mohammed M, Shebbe M, Lowe BS, Marsh K, Newton CR
BMJ, (2003). 326:361

Seizure disorders among relatives of Kenyan children with severe falciparum malaria.Versteeg AC, Carter JA, Dzombo J, Neville BG, Newton CR
Trop Med Int Health, (2003). 8:12-6

Malaria.Maitland K, Newton CRJC
Conns Current Therapy, (2003). :96-104

The public health burden of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Africa: deriving the numbers..Snow RW, Craig MH, Newton CRJC, Steketee RW
Working Paper 11, Disease Control Priorities Project. , (2003). :

Phenytoin pharmacokinetics and clinical effects in African children following fosphenytoin and chloramphenicol coadministration.Ogutu BR, Newton CR, Muchohi SN, Otieno GO, Kokwaro GO
Br J Clin Pharmacol, (2002). 54:635-42

Acute bacterial meningitis in children admitted to a rural Kenyan hospital: increasing antibiotic resistance and outcome.Mwangi I, Berkley J, Lowe B, Peshu N, Marsh K, Newton CR
Pediatr Infect Dis J, (2002). 21:1042-8

Changes in white blood cells and platelets in children with falciparum malaria: relationship to disease outcome.Ladhani S, Lowe B, Cole AO, Kowuondo K, Newton CR
Br J Haematol, (2002). 119:839-47

Malaria: pathogenicity and disease.English M, Newton CR
Chem Immunol, (2002). 80:50-69

Pharmacokinetics and anticonvulsant effects of diazepam in children with severe falciparum malaria and convulsions.Ogutu BR, Newton CR, Crawley J, Muchohi SN, Otieno GO, Edwards G, Marsh K, Kokwaro GO
Br J Clin Pharmacol, (2002). 53:49-57

Management of seizures.Ogutu BR, Newton CRJC
International Child Health Care:A practical manual for hospitals worldwide, (2002). :330-331

High-performance liquid chromatographic determination of diazepam in plasma of children with severe malaria.Muchoh SN, Ogutu BR, Newton CR, Kokwar GO
J Chromatogr B Biomed Sci Appl, (2001). 761:255-9

Diagnosis of acute bacterial meningitis in children at a district hospital in sub-Saharan Africa.Berkley JA, Mwangi I, Ngetsa CJ, Mwarumba S, Lowe BS, Marsh K, Newton CR
Lancet, (2001). 357:1753-7

Oxidative stress and erythrocyte damage in Kenyan children with severe Plasmodium falciparum malaria.Griffiths MJ, Ndungu F, Baird KL, Muller DP, Marsh K, Newton CR
Br J Haematol, (2001). 113:486-91

Brain damage after neonatal tetanus in a rural Kenyan hospital.Barlow JL, Mung'Ala-Odera V, Gona J, Newton CR
Trop Med Int Health, (2001). 6:305-8