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1-Jan-19943, 4-diaminopyridine reverses respiratory paralysis induced by a presynaptically active snake venom and its major neurotoxinGeorge Watt; C. D. Smith; A. Kaewsupo; T. M.E. Davis; Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Thailand; Mahidol University; Fremantle Hospital and Health Service
1-May-1993Abnormal circulatory control in falciparum malaria: the effects of antimalarial drugsW. Supanaranond; T. M.E. Davis; S. Pukrittayakamee; B. Nagachinta; N. J. White; Mahidol University; John Radcliffe Hospital; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital
1-Jan-1994Dichloroacetate for lactic acidosis in severe malaria: A pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic assessmentS. Krishna; W. Supanaranond; S. Pukrittayakamee; D. Karter; Y. Supputamongkol; T. M.E. Davis; P. A. Holloway; N. J. White; Mahidol University; John Radcliffe Hospital
1-Jan-1995The effect of plasma free fatty acids and long-chain triglycerides on glucose metabolism in uncomplicated falciparum malariaT. M.E. Davis; W. Supanaranond; S. Pukrittayakamee; J. C. Crawley; N. Villaiwanna; N. J. White; Mahidol University; University of Oxford; Paholpolpayuhasem Hospital
1-Jan-1990Erythrocyte sequestration and anemia in severe falciparum malaria. Analysis of acute changes in venous hematocrit using a simple mathematical modelT. M.E. Davis; S. Krishna; S. Looareesuwan; W. Supanaranond; S. Pukrittayakamee; K. Attatamsoonthorn; N. J. White; Mahidol University
1-Jan-2003Evidence for continued two-brood replication of Plasmodium falciparum in vivo during quinine treatmentT. M.E. Davis; W. Supanaranond; S. Pukrittayakamee; K. Silamut; N. J. White; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Mahidol University; University of Western Australia Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry
1-Jan-1990Glucose Metabolism In Quinineā€Treated Patients With Uncomplicated Falciparum MalariaT. M.E. Davis; S. Pukrittayakamee; W. Supanaranond; S. Looareesuwan; S. Krishna; B. Nagachinta; R. C. Turner; N. J. White; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital; University of Oxford
1-Jan-1993Glucose tolerance in pregnant patients with acute falciparum malariaT. M.E. Davis; N. J. White; T. M.E. Davis; W. Supanaranond; S. Pukrittayakamee; N. J. White; L. Chanond; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Mahidol University; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital
1-Jan-1993Glucose turnover in severe falciparum malariaT. M.E. Davis; S. Looareesuwan; S. Pukrittayakamee; J. C. Levy; B. Nagachinta; N. J. White; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Radcliffe Infirmary; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital
1-Jan-1994Glycerol metabolism in severe falciparum malariaS. Pukrittayakamee; N. J. White; T. M.E. Davis; W. Supanaranond; J. Crawley; B. Nagachinta; D. H. Williamson; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital
1-Jan-1992Hepatic blood flow and metabolism in severe falciparum malaria: Clearance of intravenously administered galactoseS. Pukrittayakamee; N. J. White; T. M.E. Davis; S. Looareesuwan; W. Supanaranond; V. Desakorn; B. Chaivisuth; D. H. Williamson; Mahidol University
13-Oct-1990Hypoglycaemia and cerebral malariaT. E. Taylor; J. J. Wirima; M. E. Molyneun; T. M.E. Davis; David Brewster; Adrian V.S. Hill; Dominic Kwiatkowski; Brian Greenwood; E. N. Wardle; Michigan State University; Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine; Mahidol University; Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital Gambia; Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine; Medical Research Council Laboratories Gambia
1-Jan-1992In-vivo platelet activation and anomalous thrombospondin levels in severe falciparum malariaW. Supanaranond; T. M.E. Davis; J. Dawes; K. Silamut; N. Vilaiwanna; N. J. White; Mahidol University; John Radcliffe Hospital; Heart Research Institute Australia; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital
1-Jan-1997Lack of a significant adverse cardiovascular effect of combined quinine and mefloquine therapy for uncomplicated malariaW. Supanaranond; Y. Suputtamongkol; T. M.E. Davis; S. Pukrittayakamee; P. Teja-Isavadharm; H. K. Webster; N. J. White; Mahidol University; Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Thailand; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine
1-Jan-1992Measures of capillary permeability in acute falciparum malaria: Relation to severity of infection and treatmentT. M.E. Davis; Y. Suputtamongkol; J. L. Spencer; S. Ford; N. Chienkul; W. E. Schulenburg; N. J. White; Mahidol University; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Western Ophthalmic Hospital
1-Jan-1994Mefloquine pharmacokinetics in pregnant women with acute falciparum malariaK. Na Bangchang; T. M.E. Davis; S. Looareesuwan; N. J. White; D. Bunnag; J. Karbwang; Mahidol University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine
1-Jan-1991The metabolic response to rapid intravenous glucose injection in acute falciparum malariaS. Pukrittayakamee; T. M.E. Davis; J. Levy; S. Looareesuwan; R. J. Roche; P. Jeerawathanapun; N. J. White; Mahidol University; University of Oxford; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital
1-Jan-2014Population pharmacokinetics of intravenous artesunate: A pooled analysis of individual data from patients with severe malariaS. G. Zaloumis; J. Tarning; S. Krishna; R. N. Price; N. J. White; T. M.E. Davis; J. M. McCaw; P. Olliaro; R. J. Maude; P. Kremsner; A. Dondorp; M. Gomes; K. Barnes; J. A. Simpson; University of Melbourne; Mahidol University; St George's University of London; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; University of Western Australia; Organisation Mondiale de la Sante; Albert Schweitzer Hospital; Universitat Tubingen; University of Cape Town
1-Jan-1996A prospective clinical and bacteriologic study of inguinal buboes in Thai menC. Viravan; D. A.B. Dance; C. Ariyarit; S. Looareesuwan; Y. Wattanagoon; T. M.E. Davis; V. Wuthiekanun; S. Tantivanich; B. J. Angus; N. J. White; Mahidol University
1-Oct-1997A study of the factors affecting the metabolic clearance of quinine in malariaS. Pukrittayakamee; S. Looareesuwan; D. Keeratithakul; T. M.E. Davis; P. Teja-Isavadharm; B. Nagachinta; A. Weber; A. L. Smith; D. Kyle; N. J. White; Mahidol University; Paholpolpayuhasena Hospital; Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences, Thailand; University of Washington School of Medicine; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine