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Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania / Makani Julie; Mgaya Josephine; Balandya Emmanuel; Msami Khadija; Soka Deogratias; E. Sharon; N. Albert; Rwezaula Stella; Meda Elineema; Muturi David; Kitundu Jesse; Fegan Gregory; J. Fenella; R. Charles; W. Robert; Lowe Brett; Greg Fegan

British Journal of Haematology, Volume: 171, Issue: 2, Pages: 273 - 276

Swansea University Author: Greg, Fegan

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DOI (Published version): 10.1111/bjh.13553

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Presents data on long term followup up of a large cohort of Tanzanian children and young adults with sickle cell diaesea

Published in: British Journal of Haematology
ISSN: 00071048
Published: Wiley-Blackwell 2015
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title Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania
spellingShingle Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania
Greg, Fegan
title_short Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania
title_full Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania
title_fullStr Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania
title_full_unstemmed Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania
title_sort Bacteraemia in sickle cell anaemia is associated with low haemoglobin: a report of 890 admissions to a tertiary hospital in Tanzania
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Mgaya Josephine
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Muturi David
Kitundu Jesse
Fegan Gregory
J. Fenella
R. Charles
W. Robert
Lowe Brett
Greg Fegan
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