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Mar-2015Impaired systemic tetrahydrobiopterin bioavailability and increased oxidized biopterins in pediatric falciparum malaria: association with disease severity.Rubach, Matthew P; Mukemba, Jackson; Florence, Salvatore; Lopansri, Bert K; Hyland, Keith; Volkheimer, Alicia D; Yeo, Tsin W; Anstey, Nicholas M; Weinberg, J Brice; Mwaikambo, Esther D; Granger, Donald LComparative Study; Journal Article; Randomized Controlled Trial; Research Support, N.I.H., Extramural; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't-
16-Jan-2015Pneumococcal conjugate vaccines PREVenar13 and SynflorIX in sequence or alone in high-risk Indigenous infants (PREV-IX_COMBO): protocol of a randomised controlled trial.Leach, Amanda Jane; Mulholland, Edward Kim; Santosham, Mathu; Torzillo, Paul John; Brown, Ngiare Joy; McIntyre, Peter; Smith-Vaughan, Heidi; Skull, Sue; Balloch, Anne; Andrews, Ross; Carapetis, Jonathan; McDonnell, Joseph; Krause, Vicki; Morris, Peter StanleyComparative Study; Journal Article; Randomized Controlled Trial; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov'tIMMUNOLOGY; MICROBIOLOGY; PUBLIC HEALTH
Apr-2015Adding measures of body composition to the CKD-EPI GFR estimating equation in Indigenous Australians: the eGFR study.Maple-Brown, Louise J; Hughes, Jaquelyne T; Chatfield, Mark D; Ward, Leigh C; Piers, Leonard S; Jones, Graham R D; Lawton, Paul D; Ellis, Andrew G; Cass, Alan; Hoy, Wendy E; O'Dea, Kerin; MacIsaac, Richard J; Jerums, GeorgeComparative Study; Letter-
19-Aug-2014A study protocol for a randomised open-label clinical trial of artesunate-mefloquine versus chloroquine in patients with non-severe Plasmodium knowlesi malaria in Sabah, Malaysia (ACT KNOW trial).Grigg, M J; William, T; Dhanaraj, P; Menon, J; Barber, B E; von Seidlein, L; Rajahram, G; Price, R N; Anstey, N M; Yeo, T WComparative Study; Journal Article; Randomized Controlled Trial; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov'tINFECTIOUS DISEASES; PARASITOLOGY
13-May-2014Echocardiographic screening for rheumatic heart disease in high and low risk Australian children.Roberts, Kathryn; Maguire, Graeme; Brown, Alex; Atkinson, David; Reményi, Bo; Wheaton, Gavin; Kelly, Andrew; Kumar, Raman K; Su, Jiunn-Yih; Carapetis, Jonathan RComparative Study; Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov'techocardiography; mass screening; pediatrics; rheumatic heart disease
Jul-2014Performance of formulas for estimating glomerular filtration rate in Indigenous Australians with and without Type 2 diabetes: the eGFR Study.Maple-Brown, L J; Ekinci, E I; Hughes, J T; Chatfield, M; Lawton, P D; Jones, G R D; Ellis, A G; Sinha, A; Cass, A; Hoy, W E; O'Dea, K; Jerums, G; MacIsaac, R JComparative Study; Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't-
5-Aug-2013Utility of exercise electrocardiography testing for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease in a remote Australian setting.Hurune, Patricia N; O'Shea, Justine M; Maguire, Graeme P; Hewagama, Saliya SComparative Study; Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't-
-Occupational therapy: what does this look like practised in very remote Indigenous areas?Pidgeon, FComparative Study; Journal Article; Multicenter StudyAllied Health; Cross-cultural Safety; Occupational Health; Practice Tips
Sep-2014Rural general physicians: improving access and reducing costs of health care in the bush.Quilty, Simon; Valler, Danielle; Attia, JohnComparative Study; Evaluation Studies; Journal Article-
Aug-2014Immigrants' perceptions of the quality of their cancer care: an Australian comparative study, identifying potentially modifiable factors.Goldstein, D; Bell, M L; Butow, P; Sze, M; Vaccaro, L; Dong, S; Liauw, W; Hui, R; Tattersall, M; Ng, W; Asghari, R; Steer, C; Vardy, J; Parente, P; Harris, M; Karanth, N V; King, M; Girgis, A; Eisenbruch, M; Jefford, MComparative Study; Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov'tcancer outcomes; care co-ordination; health services; immigrant health