Vincent Brown

Dominique Legros2
Bernard Pécoul1
Philippe J Guerin1
Christophe Paquet1
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  • Jean-Paul Guthmann, Maryline Bonnet, Laurence Ahoua, François Dantoine, Suna Balkan, Michel van Herp +4 others
  • 2007
Death rates exceeded emergency thresholds at 4 sites during epidemics of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in Burundi (2000-2001) and in Ethiopia (2003-2004). Deaths likely from malaria ranged from 1,000 to 8,900, depending on site, and accounted for 52% to 78% of total deaths. Earlier detection of malaria and better case management are needed.
This is the first in a series of articles on conducting research during complex humanitarian emergencies. T he United Nations (UN) defines a complex humanitarian emergency (CHE) as " a humanitarian crisis in a country, region, or society where there is total or considerable breakdown of authority resulting from internal or external conflict and which(More)
  • Jean-Baptiste Ronat, Jabar Kakol, Marwan N. Khoury, Mathilde Berthelot, Oliver Yun, Vincent Brown +1 other
  • 2014
OBJECTIVE In low- and middle-income countries, bloodstream infections are an important cause of mortality in patients with burns. Increasingly implicated in burn-associated infections are highly drug-resistant pathogens with limited treatment options. We describe the epidemiology of bloodstream infections in patients with burns in a humanitarian surgery(More)
ABOARD THE HUDIBRAS IN 1786, in the course of a harrowing journey from Africa to America, a popular woman died in slavery. Although she was " universally esteemed " among her fellow captives as an " oracle of literature, " an " orator, " and a " song-stress, " she is anonymous to historians because the sailor on the slave ship who described her death, the(More)
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