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    • Brucellosis among hospitalized febrile patients in northern Tanzania. 

      Afwamba, IA; Bartlett, John A; Biggs, HM; Bouley, AJ; Cleaveland, S; Crump, John Andrew; Kinabo, GD; ... (11 authors) (Am J Trop Med Hyg, 2012-12)
      Acute and convalescent serum samples were collected from febrile inpatients identified at two hospitals in Moshi, Tanzania. Confirmed brucellosis was defined as a positive blood culture or a ≥ 4-fold increase in ...
    • Chikungunya and dengue fever among hospitalized febrile patients in northern Tanzania. 

      Bartlett, John A; Chow, A; Crump, John Andrew; Gubler, DJ; Hertz, JT; Howe, S; Kinabo, GD; ... (14 authors) (Am J Trop Med Hyg, 2012-01)
      Consecutive febrile admissions were enrolled at two hospitals in Moshi, Tanzania. Confirmed acute Chikungunya virus (CHIKV), Dengue virus (DENV), and flavivirus infection were defined as a positive polymerase chain reaction ...
    • Etiology of severe non-malaria febrile illness in Northern Tanzania: a prospective cohort study. 

      Bartlett, John A; Crump, John Andrew; Galloway, RL; Kinabo, GD; Maro, Venance P; Massung, RF; Morrissey, AB; ... (12 authors) (PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 2013)
      INTRODUCTION: The syndrome of fever is a commonly presenting complaint among persons seeking healthcare in low-resource areas, yet the public health community has not approached fever in a comprehensive manner. In many areas, ...
    • Histoplasmosis among hospitalized febrile patients in northern Tanzania. 

      Crump, John Andrew; Diefenthal, HC; Kinabo, GD; Kirsch, EJ; Lofgren, SM; Maro, Venance P; Morrissey, AB; ... (11 authors) (Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, 2012-08)
      Histoplasmosis may be common in East Africa but the diagnosis is rarely confirmed. We report 9 (0.9%) cases of probable histoplasmosis retrospectively identified among 970 febrile inpatients studied in northern Tanzania. ...
    • Invasive Salmonella infections in areas of high and low malaria transmission intensity in Tanzania. 

      Biggs, HM; Lester, R; Nadjm, B; Mtove, G; Todd, JE; Kinabo, GD; Philemon, R; ... (11 authors) (Clin Infect Dis, 2014-03)
      BACKGROUND:  The epidemiology of Salmonella Typhi and invasive nontyphoidal Salmonella (NTS) differs, and prevalence of these pathogens among children in sub-Saharan Africa may vary in relation to malaria transmission intensity. ...
    • Leptospirosis among hospitalized febrile patients in northern Tanzania. 

      Bartlett, John A; Biggs, HM; Bui, DM; Crump, John Andrew; Galloway, RL; Kinabo, GD; Maro, Venance P; ... (12 authors) (Am J Trop Med Hyg, 2011-08)
      We enrolled consecutive febrile admissions to two hospitals in Moshi, Tanzania. Confirmed leptospirosis was defined as a ≥ 4-fold increase in microscopic agglutination test (MAT) titer; probable leptospirosis as reciprocal ...
    • Predicting mortality for paediatric inpatients where malaria is uncommon. 

      Buchanan, AM; Clifton, DC; Kinabo, GD; Msuya, LJ; Njau, Boniface N; Ramadhani, HO (Arch Dis Child, 2012-10)
      OBJECTIVE: As the proportion of children living low malaria transmission areas in sub-Saharan Africa increases, approaches for identifying non-malarial severe illness need to be evaluated to improve child outcomes. DESIGN: ...
    • Predicting virologic failure among HIV-1-infected children receiving antiretroviral therapy in Tanzania: a cross-sectional study. 

      Bartlett, John A; Crump, John Andrew; Cunningham, Coleen; Emmett, Susan D; Kinabo, GD; Mmbaga, BT; Reddy, Elizabeth A; ... (9 authors) (J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr, 2010-08)
      BACKGROUND: Many HIV care and treatment programs in resource-limited settings rely on clinical and immunologic monitoring of antiretroviral therapy (ART), but accuracy of this strategy to detect virologic failure (VF) among ...