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    • Laboratory diagnosis of chancroid in Nairobi, Kenya 

      Lubwama, SW; Nsanze, H; Plummer, F; Ndinya-Achola, JO; Ronald, AR; D'costa, LJ; Naamara, W; Maitha, G (University of NairobiFaculty of medicine, 1986)
    • Single-dose therapy of gonococcal ophthalmia neonatorum with ceftriaxone 

      Laga, M; Naamara, W; Brunham, RC; D'Costa, LJ; Nsanze, H; Piot, P; Kunimoto, D; Ndinya-Achola Jeckoniah O.; Slaney, L; Ronald, AR (Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Nairobi, 1986)
      We conducted a randomized clinical trial comparing a single intramuscular dose of 125 mg of ceftriaxone with a single intramuscular dose of 75 mg of kanamycin followed by topical gentamicin for seven days, and with a single ...
    • Treating chancroid with enoxacin 

      Naamara, W; Kunimoto, DY; D'Costa, LJ; Ndinya-Achola, JO; Nsanze, H; Ronald ., AR; Plummer, FA (Centre for Microbiology Research, Kenya Medical Research Institute, 1988)
      Increasing resistance of Haemophilus ducreyi to antimicrobials necessitates further trials of new antimicrobial agents for treating chancroid. Enoxacin has excellent in vitro activity against H ducreyi, and a randomised ...
    • Treatment of chancroid with ciprofloxacin. A prospective, randomized clinical trial. 

      Naamara, W; Plummer, FA; Greenblatt, RM; D'Costa, LJ; Ndinya-Achola Jeckoniah O.; Ronald, AR (Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Nairobi, 1987)
      Chancroid is a major sexually transmitted disease in many developing countries. Although single-dose and short-course treatment of chancroid have been described, the increasing resistance of Hemophilus ducreyi to antimicrobial ...