Browsing publications by Dr Mohamed Elemraid

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Spencer
Dr Katherine Eastham
et al.
Changing clinical practice: management of paediatric community-acquired pneumonia2014
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Spencer
et al.
Impact of the 7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on the incidence of childhood pneumonia2013
Dr Alasdair Blain
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr Mark Shirley
Clare Simmister
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
et al.
Spatial variation in the risk of hospitalization with childhood pneumonia and empyema in the North of England2013
Dr Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Dr David Cliff
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Clark Clark
et al.
Emergence of pneumococcal 19A empyema in UK children2012
Dr Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Dr David Cliff
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
CHANGES IN PNEUMOCOCCAL SEROTYPE DISTRIBUTION OF PAEDIATRIC EMPYEMA IN THE AGE OF PNEUMOCOCCAL CONJUGATE VACCINES2011
Dr Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Dr David Cliff
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Clark Clark
et al.
Comparison of primary pleural drainage strategies in paediatric empyema2011
Dr David Spencer
Dr Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Dr David Cliff
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
et al.
Emergence of pneumococcal serotype 19A as a cause of severe complicated pneumonia with empyema in children in England2011
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr Alasdair Blain
Dr Mark Shirley
Clare Simmister
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
et al.
Geographical variation in the risk of childhood pneumonia and relationships to socio-economic and health deprivation2011
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Katherine Eastham
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Mark Shirley
Dr David Spencer
et al.
Impact of heptavalent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on the incidence of childhood pneumonia seen in hospital in the North East of England2011
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Kenneth Pollard
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr Andrew Gennery
Dr Katherine Eastham
et al.
Validity of using Hospital Episode Statistics data on monitoring disease trends2011