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  • Access to liposomal generic formulations: beyond AmBisome and Doxil/Caelyx

    Gaspani, Sara (2014)
    The lack of clear regulatory guidance remains a key bottleneck for securing a second quality-assured source of liposomal amphotericin B (LAmB), the WHO-recommended drug for visceral leishmaniasis. The approval of the first generic liposomal product by the US Food and Drug Administration in February 2013 could be a turning point, and serve as a basis for WHO to develop guidance for the evaluation of generic liposomal formulations.

    Outcome of Children with Presumptive Tuberculosis in Mbarara, Rural Uganda

    Bonnet, M; Nansumba, M; Bastard, M; Orikiriza, P; Kyomugasho, N; Nansera, D; Boum, Y; de Beaudrap, P; Kiwanuka, J; Kumbakumba, E (2017)
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    The 'Indirect Costs' of Underfunding Foreign Partners in Global Health Research: A Case Study

    Crane, J; Andia B; Fouad, T; Boum, Y; R Bangsberg, D (2017)
    This study of a global health research partnership assesses how U.S. fiscal administrative policies impact capacity building at foreign partner institutions. We conducted a case study of a research collaboration between Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) in Mbarara, Uganda, and originally the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), but now Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). Our case study is based on three of the authors' experiences directing and working with this ...

    Patient retention and attrition on antiretroviral treatment at district level in rural Malawi.

    Massaquoi, M; Zachariah, R; Manzi, M; Pasulani, O; Misindi, D; Mwagomba, B; Bauernfeind, A; Harries, A D (2009)
    We report on rates of patient retention and attrition in the context of scaling-up antiretroviral treatment (ART) within a district hospital and its primary health centres in rural Malawi. 'Retention' was defined as being alive and on ART or transferred out, whereas 'attrition' was defined as died, lost to follow-up or stopped treatment. A total of 4074 patients were followed-up for 1803 person-years: 2904 were at the hospital and 1170 at health centres. Approximately 85% of patients were ret...

    Hepple - Microscopy compared to culture for the diagnosis of Tuberculosis in Induced Sputum samples; a systematic review

    Hepple, P; Ford, N; McNerney, R (2012)
    Resource-limited settings rely on sputum examination using microscopy to diagnose tuberculosis (TB); however, the sensitivity of the test is poor and case detection rates are low. Sputum induction is proposed as a way to improve sample collection and enhance test sensitivity.
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