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Reduced Cardiac Index Reserve and Hypovolemia in Severe Falciparum Malaria

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International mass gatherings and travel-associated illness: A GeoSentinel cross-sectional, observational study.

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Gautret P. et al, (2019), Travel medicine and infectious disease

Cell-Free Hemoglobin Is Associated With Increased Vascular Resistance and Reduced Peripheral Perfusion in Severe Malaria

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Kingston HWF. et al, (2019), The Journal of Infectious Diseases

Identifying the Components of Acidosis in Patients With Severe Plasmodium falciparum Malaria Using Metabolomics

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Leopold SJ. et al, (2019), The Journal of Infectious Diseases, 219, 1766 - 1776

Amino acid derangements in adults with severe falciparum malaria.

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Leopold SJ. et al, (2019), Scientific reports, 9

Does reduced oxygen delivery cause lactic acidosis in falciparum malaria? An observational study.

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Kingston HW. et al, (2019), Malaria journal, 18

Malaria: What's New in the Management of Malaria?

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Plewes K. et al, (2019), Infectious disease clinics of North America, 33, 39 - 60

TRIPLE ARTEMISININ COMBINATION THERAPIES: A NEW PARADIGM FOR THE TREATMENT OF MALARIA?

Conference paper

Amaratunga C. et al, (2019), AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE, 101, 583 - 583

Acidosis and acute kidney injury in severe malaria

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Sriboonvorakul N. et al, (2018), Malaria Journal, 17

Quantitation of paracetamol by liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry in human plasma in support of clinical trial

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Kam RK-T. et al, (2018), Future Science OA, 4, FSO331 - FSO331

Infectious diseases acquired by international travellers visiting the USA.

Journal article

Stoney RJ. et al, (2018), Journal of travel medicine, 25

Rickettsial Illnesses as Important Causes of Febrile Illness in Chittagong, Bangladesh

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Kingston HW. et al, (2018), Emerging Infectious Diseases, 24

Pathophysiology, clinical presentation, and treatment of coma and acute kidney injury complicating falciparum malaria

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Plewes K. et al, (2018), Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases, 31, 69 - 77

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