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Emily Ward-Booth
Dr David Spencer
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr Matthew Thomas
et al.
Predictors of primary treatment failure in children with empyema2016
Dr Alice Wort
Professor John Simpson
Dr David Spencer
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
et al.
Viruses associated with community-acquired pneumonia in children – a large prospective study in the post-prevenar 13 era2016
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Spencer
Has the incidence of empyema in Scottish children continued to increase beyond 2005?2015
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Alasdair Blain
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr David Spencer
Professor Andrew Gennery
et al.
Risk Factors for the Development of Pleural Empyema in Children2015
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr John Perry
Dr Matthew Thomas
Professor Andrew Gennery
et al.
A Case-Control Study to Assess the Urinary Pneumococcal Antigen Test in Childhood Pneumonia2014
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Michelle Muller
Dr David Spencer
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Matthew Thomas
et al.
Accuracy of the Interpretation of Chest Radiographs for the Diagnosis of Paediatric Pneumonia2014
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
Dr Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Dr David Spencer
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Parental decisions on children participating in research: Mohamed Elemraid and colleagues consider what influences parents in allowing their child to be enrolled in clinical research2014
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 England2014
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Spencer
Professor Andrew Gennery
et al.
Utility of inflammatory markers in predicting the aetiology of pneumonia in children2014
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr John Perry
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr David Spencer
Dr Matthew Thomas
et al.
Aetiology of paediatric pneumonia after the introduction of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine2013
Clare Simmister
Dr Richard Lee
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Spencer
How was it for them? Experiences of parents of children undergoing surgical treatment for empyema thoracis2013
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 Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr David Spencer
et al.
Paediatric Pneumococcal Empyema Serotypes Have Not Changed Following Introduction of the 13 Valent Pneumococcal Vaccine2013
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Dr David Spencer
Professor Stephen Rushton
et al.
Parental decisions on children participating in research2013
Dr Mohamed Elemraid
Dr Matthew Thomas
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr John Perry
Dr David Spencer
et al.
Pneumococcal diagnosis and serotypes in childhood community-acquired pneumonia2013
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
Dr David Spencer
Necrotising pneumonia, pneumatoceles and the pneumococcus2012
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr David Spencer
Omalizumab for the Treatment of Paediatric Asthma2012
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr Terence Flood
Dr David Spencer
The importance of thorough investigation of children with wet cough2012
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr Michael McKean
Dr Samantha Moss
Dr David Spencer
The oral corticosteroid-sparing effect of omalizumab in children with severe asthma2012
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr David Spencer
Use of somatostatin analogues to treat chylothorax in a child with Generalised Lymphatic Dysplasia2012
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Spencer
Vitamin D in children with cystic fibrosis2012
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
Professor Andrew Gennery
Dr Katherine Eastham
et al.
Validity of using Hospital Episode Statistics data on monitoring disease trends2011
Dr Neil Davidson
Dr Alasdair Blain
Dr Michael McKean
Dr Samantha Moss
Dr David Spencer
et al.
Airway microbiology in children presenting with chronic respiratory symptoms2010
Dr Neil Davidson
Dr Alasdair Blain
Dr Michael McKean
Dr Samantha Moss
Dr David Spencer
et al.
Aspergillus is now the dominant organism isolated from bronchoalveolar lavage in children with CF Children in north east England2010
Dr David Spencer
Respiratory medicines for children: Current evidence, unlicensed use and research priorities2010
Dr Matthew Thomas
Clare Simmister
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr David Spencer
The changing incidence of pardiatric empyema in NE England 2006-20102010
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr David Spencer
Bronchomalacia occurring in monozygotic twins - further information about its inheritance2009
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr David Spencer
Bronchomalacia occurring in monozygotic twins - Further information about its inheritance2009
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr Terence Flood
Dr David Spencer
Heterogeneity in the clinical manifestations of mannose-binding lectin deficiency2009
Dr Neil Rajan
Dr Mario Abinun
Dr David Spencer
Dr Andrew Carmichael
Idiopathic Infantile Pyoderma Gangrenosum with Stridor Responsive to Infliximab2009
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr Terence Flood
Dr Fiona Black
Dr David Spencer
Lymphoid bronchiolitis presenting at birth in an immunocompetent child: Chronic interstitial lung disease of unknown aetiology2009
Dr Matthew Thomas
Dr David Cliff
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr David Spencer
Paediatric Empyema Management in the UK2009
Ajay Gupta
Dr Timothy Cheetham
Dr David Spencer
Repeatability of the low-dose ACTH test in asthmatic children on inhaled corticosteroids2009
Dr Katherine Eastham
Donna Hammal
Professor Louise Parker
Dr David Spencer
A follow-up study of children hospitalised with community-acquired pneumonia2008
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr David Spencer
Growth recovery after withdrawal of inappropriate inhaled fluticasone proprionate2008
Dr Malcolm Brodlie
Dr Michelle Muller
Dr Leslie Mitchell
Dr David Spencer
High-resolution computed tomography in children with confirmed post-infectious obliterative bronchiolitis2008
Professor Stephen Rushton
Dr David Cliff
Dr Mark Shirley
Professor Mark Pearce
Dr David Spencer
et al.
Modelling of increasing paediatric empyema and pneumonia admissions in England 1996-2006 using hospital episode statistics2008
Dr Michael McKean
Dr David Spencer
Monitoring for treatment complications in children with severe chronic asthma2008
Dr David Spencer
A paper that changed my practice: S McKenzie. Cough but is it asthma? Arch Dis Child 1994; 70 : 1-22007
Dr Clark Clark
Donna Hammal
Dr David Spencer
Dr Fiona Hampton
Children with pneumonia: how do they present and how are they managed?2007
Professor Andrew Gennery
Dr David Spencer
Chronic respiratory complications in pediatric heart transplant recipients2007
Dr Clark Clark
Donna Hammal
Dr Fiona Hampton
Dr David Spencer
Professor Louise Parker
et al.
Epidemiology of community-acquired pneumonia in children seen in hospital2007
Arpit Gupta
Dr Katherine Eastham
Dr David Spencer
Hypomagnesaemia in cystic fibrosis patients referred for lung transplant assessment2007
Dr Katherine Eastham
Dr David Spencer
Cavitatory lung disease complicating empyema in children2006
Dr David Spencer
Empyema thoracis is still increasing in UK children2006
Dr David Spencer
Professor Louise Parker
Dr Jane Salotti
National survey of children with post-infectious obliterative bronchiolitis: A progress report2006
Dr David Spencer
Paediatric bronchiectasis in Europe: what now and where next?2006
Dr David Spencer
Persistent respiratory symptom can be a manifestation of neurofibromatosis-12006
Dr Arun Natarajan
Dr Philip Sutton
Dr David Spencer
Dr Stephen Bourke
Pigeon fancier's lung in childhood2006
Dr David Spencer
John Hamilton
Twin peaks: The changing epidemiology of complicated pneumonia and empyema in children2006
Dr David Spencer
From hemp seed and porcupine quill to HRCT: advances in the diagnosis and epidemiology of bronchiectasis2005
Sue Bruce
Dr David Spencer
Dr David Crawford
Dr Angela Galloway
Dr Nigel Cooper
et al.
Postmortem diagnosis of chronic granulomatous disease: How worthwhile is it?2005
Sue Bruce
Dr David Spencer
Dr David Crawford
Dr Angela Galloway
Dr Nigel Cooper
et al.
Postmortem diagnosis of chronic granulomatous disease: how worthwhile is it?2005
Dr David Spencer
Review of pediatric airway malacia and its management, with emphasis on stenting2005
Dr David Spencer
The effects of intravenous tobramycin on renal tubular function in children with cystic fibrosis2005
Dr David Spencer
Totally implantable vascular access devices for cystic fibrosis (Cochrane Review Update)2005
Dr Katherine Eastham
Dr David Spencer
Clinical features, aetiology and outcome of empyema in children in the north east of England2004
Dr Katherine Eastham
Professor Louise Parker
Donna Hammal
Dr David Spencer
Community acquired pneumonia requiring admission to hospital is associated with chronic respiratory morbidity in childhood2004
Professor Andrew Gennery
Dr David Spencer
Professor Andrew Cant
Immune Deficiency and the Lung2004
Dr Katherine Eastham
Dr Leslie Mitchell
Dr David Spencer
The need to redefine non-cystic fibrosis bronchiectasis in childhood2004
Dr Katherine Eastham
John Hamilton
Dr David Spencer
Cavitatory lung disease complicating empyema in children2003
Dr John Perry
Professor Kate Gould
Dr David Spencer
Comparison of lung deposition of colomycin using the HaloLite and the Pari LC Plus nebulisers in patients with cystic fibrosis2003
Dr David Spencer
Dr Katherine Eastham
Culture-negative childhood empyema is usually due to penicillin-sensitive Streptococcus pneumoniae capsular serotype 12003
Dr David Spencer
Leading article: Empyema Thoracis: not time to put down the knife2003
Dr Doris Rassl
John Hamilton
Dr David Spencer
Pulmonary malacoplakia in an immunocompetent girl: A case report2003
Dr David Spencer
Totally implantable vascular access devices for cystic fibrosis2003
Monique Lhussier
Dr David Spencer
Professor Martin White
Parental smoking2002
Dr David Spencer
Pneumococcal serotypes in children with culture negative empyema2002
Dr David Spencer
To the editor: Bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) in pediatric cystic fibrosis (CF): Its clinical use modified by audit in a regional CF center2002
Dr Leslie Mitchell
Dr David Spencer
Plain chest x-ray vs high resolution CT (HRCT) in non-CF bronchiectasis (NCFB) in children2001
Dr Fiona Hampton
Dr Alison Yarnall
Dr David Spencer
Tolerance of spacers with masks is frequently poor in young children2001
Dr David Spencer
Use of quinolones in paediatric respiratory disease2001
Dr David Spencer
Aminoglycoside-associated hypomagnesaemia in children with cystic fibrosis1999
Dr David Spencer
Clinical outcome in relation to care in centres specialising in cystic fibrosis - Cross infection with Pseudomonas aeruginosa is unusual1999