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Forms for Nomination of Examiners - Academic Year 2015/16

Prof. Macharia W

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  1. A systematic review of existing national priorities for child health research in sub-Saharan Africa. PDF DOC
  2. Acrodermatitis enteropathica: case report and review of the literature. PDF DOC
  3. An overview of interventions to improve compliance with appointment keeping for medical services PDF DOC
  4. Antiepileptic therapies in the Mifi Province in Cameroon. PDF DOC
  5. Attitudes of developing world physicians to where medical research is performedand reported. PDF DOC
  6. Bacterial isolates in severely malnourished children at Kenyatta NationalHospital, Nairobi. PDF DOC
  7. Better drug therapy for the children of Africa: current impediments to success and potential strategies for improvement. PDF DOC     
  8. Bone involvement in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia. PDF DOC  
  9. Cardiac abnormalities in children with malignancies at Kenyatta National Hospital PDF DOC.
  10. Ceftriaxone or HIV associated angio-oedema? Case report.   PDF DOC
  11. Childhood asthma at Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi. PDF DOC
  12. Childhood cancers in a referral hospital in Kenya: a review. PDF DOC
  13. Clinical presentation and treatment outcome in children with nephroblastoma in Kenya PDF DOC
  14. Clinical presentation of atopic dermatitis in Negroid children. PDF DOC
  15. Clinico-pathologic characteristics and treatment outcomes in children with neuroblastoma at the Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi. PDF DOC
  16. Comparison of prognostic determinants in childhood acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in negroid and Caucasian populations. PDF DOC
  17. Effects of skin contactants on evolution of atopic dermatitis in children: a case control study. PDF DOC
  18. Epidemiology of acute respiratory tract infections among young children in Kenya.PDF DOC
  19. Four-country surveillance of intestinal intussusception and diarrhoea in children.PDF DOC
  20. Highlight on childhood lymphomas. PDF DOC
  21. HTLV-I-associated facial nerve palsy in Africans and people of African descent. Research Group in Tropical Neurology.PDF DOC
  22. Iron deficiency anaemia in children of a peri-urban health facility. PDF DOC
  23. Is your patient taking treatment as prescribed? PDF DOC
  24. Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs of primary caretakers towards sickle cell anaemia in children.PDF DOC
  25. Mortality after fluid bolus in African children with severe infection. PDF DOC       
  26. Mortality patterns in a rural Kenyan community.PDF DOC
  27. Onchocerciasis and epilepsy: a matched case-control study in the Central African Republic.PDF DOC
  28. Outcome and haemato-toxicity of two chemotherapy regimens for childhood non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in a Kenyan hospital. PDF DOC
  29. Parkinson's disease and environmental factors. Matched case-control study in the Limousin region, France.PDF DOC
  30. Patient safety in developing countries: retrospective estimation of scale and nature of harm to patients in hospital. PDF DOC
  31. Risk factors for diarrheal duration. PDF DOC
  32. Screening for urinary tract infection in children with cancer. PDF DOC
  33. Self reported alcohol use in an urban traffic trauma population in Kenya. PDF DOC
  34. Seroprevalence of varicella zoster antibodies among children with malnutrition, malignancies and HIV infection PDF DOC
  35. Severe road traffic injuries in Kenya, quality of care and access. PDF DOC
  36. The rational clinical examination. Is this patient taking the treatment as prescribed PDF DOC
  37. Validation of c-reactive protein in the early diagnosis of neonatal sepsis in a tertiary care hospital in Kenya.PDF DOC
  38. Verbal autopsy: a tool for determining cause of death in a community. PDF DOC
  39. Where do developing World clinicians obtain evidence for practice: a case study on pneumonia PDF DOC
  40. Childhood cancers in Kenya. PDF DOC

     

 

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