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Community perceptions of paediatric severe anaemia in Uganda.
Caregivers and community perceptions of blood transfusion for children with severe anaemia in Uganda: Transfusion Medicine
Acceptability of HIV testing for men attending televised football venues in Uganda.
Mothers’ perception of childhood injuries, child supervision and care practices for children 0-5 years in a peri-urban area in central Uganda: Implications for prevention of childhood injuries.
Autoantibody levels are associated with acute kidney injury, anemia and post-discharge morbidity and mortality in Ugandan children with severe malaria.
Mothers' perception of childhood injuries, child supervision and care practices for children 0-5 years in a peri-urban area in Central Uganda; implications for prevention of childhood injuries
Metagenomic next-generation sequencing of samples from pediatric febrile illness in Tororo, Uganda
Associations between erythrocyte polymorphisms and risks of uncomplicated and severe malaria in Ugandan children: A case control study
Arthur MpimbazaID1 *, Andrew WalakiraID2 , Grace Ndeezi3 , Anne Katahoire1 , Charles Karamagi3,4, Samuel L. Nsobya2 , Stephen Tukwasibwe2 , Victor AsuaID2 , Philip J. Rosenthal5
Erythrocyte polymorphims_severe malaria.pdf
Male partners of young women in Uganda: Understanding their relationships and use of HIV testing
Ann Gottert1 *, Julie Pulerwitz1 , Godfrey Siu2 , Anne Katahoire2 , Jerry Okal3 , Florence Ayebare2 , Nrupa Jani1 , Pamela Keilig1 , Sanyukta Mathur1
Demographic, Socioeconomic, and Geographic Factors Leading to Severe Malaria and Delayed Care Seeking in Ugandan Children: A Case–Control Study
Arthur Mpimbaza1, Grace Ndeezi2, Anne Katahoire1, Philip J. Rosenthal3, Charles Karamagi2,4
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