Jay Berkley

260 results

Characterisation of metabolic acidosis in Kenyan children admitted to hospital for acute non-surgical conditions.Sasi P, English M, Berkley J, Lowe B, Shebe M, Mwakesi R, Kokwaro G
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (2006). 100:401-9

Antibiotics for children with septicaemia in hospitals with limited resources..Berkley JA, Lowe BS, English M, Scott JAG
J Trop Pediatr, (2006). 52:46-48

Assessment of severe malnutrition among hospitalized children in rural Kenya: comparison of weight for height and mid upper arm circumference.Berkley J, Mwangi I, Griffiths K, Ahmed I, Mithwani S, English M, Newton C, Maitland K
JAMA, (2005). 294:591-7

Progressive increase in antimicrobial resistance among invasive isolates of Haemophilus influenzae obtained from children admitted to a hospital in Kilifi, Kenya, from 1994 to 2002.Scott JA, Mwarumba S, Ngetsa C, Njenga S, Lowe BS, Slack MP, Berkley JA, Mwangi I, Maitland K, English M, Marsh K
Antimicrob Agents Chemother, (2005). 49:3021-4

Invasive Gram-negative bacilli are frequently resistant to standard antibiotics for children admitted to hospital in Kilifi, Kenya.Bejon P, Mwangi I, Ngetsa C, Mwarumba S, Berkley JA, Lowe BS, Maitland K, Marsh K, English M, Scott JA
J Antimicrob Chemother, (2005). 56:232-5

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

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

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

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

Traumatic lumbar punctures.Berkley JA, Mwangi I, Lowe B, Newton CR
Pediatrics, (2004). 113:172; author reply 172

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

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

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

Non-typhi salmonella in children with severe malaria.Oundo JO, Muli F, Kariuki S, Waiyaki PG, Iijima Y, Berkley J, Kokwaro GO, Ngetsa CJ, Mwarumba S, Torto R, Lowe B
East Afr Med J, (2002). 79:633-9

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

Blood transfusion for severe anaemia in children in a Kenyan hospital.English M, Ahmed M, Ngando C, Berkley J, Ross A
Lancet, (2002). 359:494-5

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

Bacteraemia complicating severe malaria in children.Berkley J, Mwarumba S, Bramham K, Lowe B, Marsh K
Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, (1999). 93:283-6

Cerebral malaria versus bacterial meningitis in children with impaired consciousness.Berkley JA, Mwangi I, Mellington F, Mwarumba S, Marsh K
QJM, (1999). 92:151-7