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    • Rapid clinical assessment to facilitate the triage of adults with falciparum malaria, a retrospective analysis. 

      Hanson, Josh; Lee, Sue J; Mohanty, Sanjib; Faiz, Md Abul; Anstey, Nicholas M.; Price, Ric N; Charunwatthana, Prakaykaew; Emran, Yunus; Mishra, Saroj K; Tjitra, Emiliana; Ridwanur, Rahman; Nosten, Francois; Mohammad Iqbal, Omar@Ye Htut, Assoc. Prof. Dr.; Maude, Richard J; Chau, Tran Thi Hong; Phu, Nguyen Hoan; Hien, Tran Tinh; White, Nicholas J.; Day, Nicholas P. J.; Dondorp (Public Library of Science, 2014)
      Background: Most adults dying from falciparum malaria will die within 48 hours of their hospitalisation. An essential component of early supportive care is the rapid identification of patients at greatest risk. In resource-poor ...
    • The relationship between age and the manifestations of and mortality associated with severe malaria. 

      Dondorp, Arjen M.; Lee, Sue J; Faiz, Md Abul; Mishra, Saroj K; Price, Ric N; Tjitra, Emiliana; Than, Marlar; Mohammad Iqbal, Omar@Ye Htut, Assoc. Prof. Dr.; Mohanty, Sanjib; Emran, Yunus; Ridwanur, Rahman; Nosten, Francois; Anstey, Nicholas M.; Day, Nicholas P. J.; White, Nicholas J. (Oxford University Press, 2008)
      Background. The reported case-fatality rate associated with severe malaria varies widely. Whether age is an independent risk factor is uncertain. Methods. In a large, multicenter treatment trial conducted in Asia, the ...