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Cancer Sciences > Clinical Informatics Research Unit" and Year is 2020

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Analysis and hierarchical clustering of blood results prior to diagnosis in paediatric inflammatory bowel disease - James J. Ashton, Florina Borca, Enrico Mossotto, Hang T. T. Phan, Sarah Ennis and R. Mark Beattie
Type: Article | 2020

Interspecialty referral of oesophagogastric and pharyngolaryngeal cancers delays diagnosis and reduces patient survival: A matched case-control study - Jon H. Bird, Elizabeth J. Williams, Kate J. Heathcote, Lachlan Ayres, Nilantha De Zoysa, Emma V. King, Sally D. Parry and S.A. Reza Nouraei
Type: Article | 2020 | Item not available on this server.

Clinical characteristics, symptoms and outcomes of 1054 adults presenting to hospital with suspected COVID-19: a comparison of patients with and without SARS-CoV-2 infection - Nathan Brendish, Stephen Poole, Vasanth Naidu, Christopher Mansbridge, Nicholas Norton, Florina Borca, Hang Thi Thu Phan, Helen Wheeler, Matthew Harvey, Laura Presland and Tristan Clark
Type: Article | 2020

Clinical impact of molecular point-of-care testing for suspected COVID-19 in hospital: a prospective, interventional, non-randomised, controlled study (COV-19POC) - Nathan Brendish, Stephen Poole, Vasanth Naidu, Christopher Mansbridge, Nicholas Norton, Helen Wheeler, Laura Presland, Stephen Kidd, Nicholas Cortes, Florina Borca, Hang Phan, Gavin Babbage, Benoit Visseaux, Sean Ewings and Tristan Clark
Type: Article | 2020

Comparative primary paediatric nasal epithelial cell culture differentiation and RSV-induced cytopathogenesis following culture in two commercial media - Lindsay Broadbent, Sheerien Manzoor, Maria C. Zarcone, Judit Barabas, Michael D. Shields, Sejal Saglani, Claire M. Lloyd, Andrew Bush, Adnan Custovic, Peter Ghazal, Mindy Gore, Ben Marsland, Graham Roberts, Jurgen Schwarze, Steve Turner and Ultan F. Power
Type: Article | 2020

Inflammatory phenotyping predicts clinical outcome in COVID-19 - Hannah Burke, Anna Freeman, Doriana Cellura, Beth L. Stuart, Nathan J. Brendish, Stephen Poole, Florina Borca, Hang T.T. Phan, Natasha Sheard, Sarah Williams, C. Mirella Spalluto, Karl J. Staples, Tristan W. Clark and Tom M.A. Wilkinson
Type: Article | 2020

Type: Article | 2020

Healthcare-seeking behaviour in reporting of scabies and skin infections in Ghana – a review of reported cases - Michael Head, Winfred Worlanyo Dotse-Gborgbortsi, Laud Boateng and Margaret Lartey
Type: Article | 2020

Type: Article | 2020

Health service needs and perspectives of remote forest communities in Papua New Guinea: study protocol for combined clinical and rapid anthropological assessments with parallel treatment of urgent cases - Jo Middleton, Mohammad Yazid Abdad, Emilie Beauchamp, Gavin Colthart, Maxwell J.F. Cooper, Francesca Dem, James Fairhead, Caroline L. Grundy, Michael G. Head, Joao Inacio, Mavis Jimbudo, Christopher Iain Jones, Martina Konecna, Moses Laman, Hayley MacGregor, Vojtech Novotny, Mika Peck, Jason Paliau, Jonah Philip, Willie Pomat, Chrissy H. Roberts, Shen Sui, Alan J. Stewart, Stephen L. Walker and Jackie A. Cassell
Type: Article | 2020

Type: Article | 2020

Type: Article | 2020 | Item not available on this server.

Letter

Type: Letter | 2020 | Item not available on this server.

COVID-19 shows UK-EU collaborations are irreplaceable - Benjamin Fernando, Gordon Brown, Emily Thomas, Michael Head, Paul Nurse and Martin Rees
Type: Letter | 2020 | Item not available on this server.

Type: Letter | 2020

Type: Letter | 2020

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