Publications


1999

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1999.  Hospital autonomy: the experience of Kenyatta National Hospital. Int J Health Plann Manage . 1999 Apr-Jun; 14 ( 2 ): 129-53 . PMID: 10538935 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Collins D, Njeru G, Meme J, Newbrander W.. Int J Health Plann Manage . 1999 Apr-Jun; 14 ( 2 ): 129-53 .. : au-ibar Abstracthospital_autonomy.pdf

Management Sciences for Health, Boston, MA 02130, USA.
An increasing number of countries are exploring the introduction or expansion of autonomous hospitals as one of the numerous health reforms they are introducing to their health system. Hospital autonomy is one of the forms of decentralization that is focused on a specific institution rather than on a political unit. It has gained much interest because it is an attempt to amalgamate the best elements of the public and private sectors in how a hospital is governed, managed and financed. This paper reviews the key elements of the concept of hospital autonomy, the reasons for its expanded use in many countries and a specific example of making a major teaching hospital autonomous in Kenya. A review of the successful experience of Kenyatta National Hospital and its process of introducing autonomy, with regard to governance, operations and management, and finances, lead to several conclusions on replicability. The legal framework is a critical element for successfully structuring the autonomous hospital. Additionally, success is highly dependent on the extent to which there is adequate funding during the process of attaining autonomy due to the length of the transition period needed. Autonomy must be granted within the context of the national health system and national health objectives and be consistent with those aims and their underlying societal values. Finally, as with decentralization, success is dependent upon the preparation done with the systems and management necessary for the proper governance and operation of autonomous hospitals.
PMID: 10538935 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

1994

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1994.  An international perspective on child day-care health.Pediatrics. 1994 Dec;94(6 Pt 2):1085-7. Olin P, Tandon BN, Meme JS, Ford-Jones EL, Belsey M, Chang A.. Int J Health Plann Manage . 1999 Apr-Jun; 14 ( 2 ): 129-53 .. : au-ibar Abstractan_international_perspective_on_child_day.pdf

If we are committed to the health and development of children, we need to recognize that the vast majority of the world's women are working women. In Africa, 80% of the women are actively engaged in economic activities outside the home. The "economic miracle" in Southeast Asia was made possible by the nimble fingers of thousands of women working in textile and electronics factories. There is need for pre-day-care advocacy for infants, through promotion of breast feeding and maternity leave. When the mother returns to work, the standard of the International Labor Organization should be applied, namely" ...the care of children while the parents are working cannot be ignored because it forms a focal point on which three main concerns of development policy–work, health, and education–converge." Several principles emerged from the presentations in the international panel: 1. Child-care programs must be community based, using the resources of the families and the community organizations themselves. 2. Programs require the active involvement of the communities, women's groups, and other partners. 3. Programs are modified by innovations created by community organizations, universities, and other groups. 4. Programs require the mobilization of trained young men and women into the field of early childhood education and development. This international panel provided an overall uniting theme, that throughout the world the hope for the survival and better life for children unites parents of every country and every creed. This is one of the most powerful and strongest motivational resources in the world.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)

1992

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1992.  Breastfeeding promotion in Kenya: changes in health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices, 1982-89. J Trop Pediatr . 1992 Oct; 38 ( 5 ): 228-34 . PMID: 1433448 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] Bradley JE, Meme J.. J Trop Pediatr . 1992 Oct; 38 ( 5 ): 228-34 .. : au-ibar Abstractbreastfeeding_promotion_in_kenya.pdf

Ministry of Health, Government of Kenya, Nairobi.
In 1982, a study of health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices with respect to breastfeeding was undertaken in Kenya. A breastfeeding promotion campaign ensued, in which training of health workers was a major component. In 1989, the impact of this campaign was evaluated through a survey examining changes in health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices. The survey showed that considerable improvements in knowledge and substantial improvements in hospital practices have occurred, although none of these could be attributed to any single element of the breastfeeding promotion programme. Particularly undesirable practices which were common in 1982, such as separation of mother and baby, formula feeding and use of bottles have virtually disappeared from Kenyan hospitals. Recommendations regarding future programme directions are made.
PMID: 1433448 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

1990

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1990.  Meme JS., Institutional Capacity Building for CSD in Kenya. Intern. Child Health. 1:1, 19.. Intern. Child Health. 1:1, 19. : au-ibar Abstractinstitutional_capacity_building_for_csd_in_kenya.pdf

Ministry of Health, Government of Kenya, Nairobi.
In 1982, a study of health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices with respect to breastfeeding was undertaken in Kenya. A breastfeeding promotion campaign ensued, in which training of health workers was a major component. In 1989, the impact of this campaign was evaluated through a survey examining changes in health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices. The survey showed that considerable improvements in knowledge and substantial improvements in hospital practices have occurred, although none of these could be attributed to any single element of the breastfeeding promotion programme. Particularly undesirable practices which were common in 1982, such as separation of mother and baby, formula feeding and use of bottles have virtually disappeared from Kenyan hospitals. Recommendations regarding future programme directions are made.
PMID: 1433448 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

1988

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1988.  Opinya GN, Kaimenyi JT, Meme JS.Oral findings in Fanconi's anemia. A case report.J Periodontol. 1988 Jul;59(7):461-3. J Periodontol. 1988 Jul;59(7):461-3. : au-ibar Abstractoral_findings_in_fanconi.pdf

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1988.  Orinda D.A.O., Braddick CK., Meme JS., Concentration of Thyroid Hormone in maternal and cord blood from normal Kenya population. Ciln. Chem. 34, 23711, 1988.. Ciln. Chem. 34, 23711, 1988. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1988.  Opinya G., Kaimenyi JT., Meme JS., Oral Findings in Faconi's Anaemia. J. Peiodontol 59:473, 1988.. J. Peiodontol 59:473, 1988. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1988.  Meme J. S. Acute Respiratory Infectios in Kenya. Bulletin Intern. Paed. Assoc. 9: 96, 1988.. Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 9: 96, 1988. : au-ibar Abstract
Ministry of Health, Government of Kenya, Nairobi. In 1982, a study of health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices with respect to breastfeeding was undertaken in Kenya. A breastfeeding promotion campaign ensued, in which training of health workers was a major component. In 1989, the impact of this campaign was evaluated through a survey examining changes in health worker knowledge, attitudes and practices. The survey showed that considerable improvements in knowledge and substantial improvements in hospital practices have occurred, although none of these could be attributed to any single element of the breastfeeding promotion programme. Particularly undesirable practices which were common in 1982, such as separation of mother and baby, formula feeding and use of bottles have virtually disappeared from Kenyan hospitals. Recommendations regarding future programme directions are made. PMID: 1433448 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]

1987

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1987.  Meme J.S. Kenya Expanded programme on Immunization Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 8: 4:428, 1987.. Bulletin Intern, Paed. Assoc. 8: 4: 428, 1987. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1987.  Meme J. S. Schisosomiasis in Kenya Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 8: 383, 1987.. Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 8:383, 1987. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1987.  Meme J.S. Malaria in Kenya Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 8: 346, 1987.. Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 8:346, 1987. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1987.  Meme J.S. Diarrhoea Disease and Oral rehydration therapy in Kenya. Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 8: 223, 1987.. Bulletin Inter. Paed. Assoc. 8: 223, 1987. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

O, PROFBWIBONIMROD, SAMSON PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1987.  Into Africa. The telemedicine links between Canada, Kenya and Uganda. C.M.A.J. Vol. 136, 398-400, 1987. House M., Koegh E., Hillman D., Bwibo N.O., Meme J. S., Wafula E., Macleods, McCollough N.. C.M.A.J. Vol. 136, 398-400, 1987. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

1986

O, PROFBWIBONIMROD, SAMSON PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1986.  Meme J. S., Hillma D., Hillman E., Macleod S., Bwibo N. O. University of Nairobi, Department of Paediatrics: The McGill Legacy Clin. Invest. Med 9: 14 1986.. Clin. Invest. Med 9: 14 1986. : au-ibar Abstract

A case of fanconi's anemia was referred to the Dental School from the Department of Pediatrics. The patient was a 24-year-old male and a product of a consanguineous marriage. His chief complaint was loose and falling teeth, which has started at the age of 16 years. The first teeth to fall out were the first permanent molars followed by mandibular and maxillary anteriors. General examination showed that the patient was of normal intelligence and small for his age. He had no palmar plantar hyperkeratosis and was not diabetic. A total of 19 teeth remained in the mouth, most of them with grade three mobility. The remaining molars and first maxillary premolars had grade three furcation involvement. Most of the teeth had periodontal pockets more than 10 mm deep. Full mouth intraoral periapical radiographs and orthopantomographic views showed severe horizontal bone loss uncommensurate with the patient's age. In view of the patient's history and severe bone loss at an early age, the diagnosis was juvenile periodontitis associated with Fanconi's anemia.

1985

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1985.  Visceral Leishmaniasis unresponsive to antimonial drugs: Clinical and Immunological studies. Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. 79, 705, 1985. Bryceson A., Chullay J., May H. O., Mugambi J., Were J., Meme J.S. and Anabani G.. Clin. Invest. Med. 9: 14, 1986. : au-ibar Abstractvisceral_leishmaniasis_unresponsive_to_antimonial_drugs.pdf

Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. Pulmonary oedema is a common sign of East Coast fever (ECF, Theileria parva infection) of cattle. A trial was conducted on farms in Uganda to compare a product containing both the antitheilerial compound parvaquone and the diuretic compound frusemide with one containing only parvaquone, in the treatment of ECF. The trial involved 40 clinical cases of ECF, some of them complicated by other infections, in cattle of all ages and on several farms. Confirmed cases were treated with either parvaquone+frusemide (P+F) or parvaquone alone (P). Survival after treatment with P+F was 77% compared with 71% with P. Five of the 10 fatalities were complicated cases. The cure rate for severe but uncomplicated ECF was 89% with P+F and 40% with P. Pulmonary signs were resolved within 24-48 h after treatment with P+F and clinical recovery was noticeably more rapid than with P. The antiparasitic effect of the two treatments was similar. P+F could be particularly useful when reporting, diagnosis or laboratory confirmation of ECF is delayed, because advanced cases are more likely to be encountered under these circumstances.

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1985.  Bryceson A., Chulay J., May H.O., Mugambi J., Were J., Meme J.S., Anabani G. Response of Leishmaniasis to High Dosage Sodium stibogluconate and prolonged treatment with Pentamidine. Trans. Roy. Soc. Trop. Med. 79, 705, 1985.. Trop Anim Health Prod. 2004 Apr;36(3):233-45.. : au-ibar Abstract
Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. Pulmonary oedema is a common sign of East Coast fever (ECF, Theileria parva infection) of cattle. A trial was conducted on farms in Uganda to compare a product containing both the antitheilerial compound parvaquone and the diuretic compound frusemide with one containing only parvaquone, in the treatment of ECF. The trial involved 40 clinical cases of ECF, some of them complicated by other infections, in cattle of all ages and on several farms. Confirmed cases were treated with either parvaquone+frusemide (P+F) or parvaquone alone (P). Survival after treatment with P+F was 77% compared with 71% with P. Five of the 10 fatalities were complicated cases. The cure rate for severe but uncomplicated ECF was 89% with P+F and 40% with P. Pulmonary signs were resolved within 24-48 h after treatment with P+F and clinical recovery was noticeably more rapid than with P. The antiparasitic effect of the two treatments was similar. P+F could be particularly useful when reporting, diagnosis or laboratory confirmation of ECF is delayed, because advanced cases are more likely to be encountered under these circumstances.

1982

DANIEL, DRNJAI, SAMSON PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1982.  Antral mucosal diaphragm: an obstructing lesion of the stomach. East Afr Med J. 1982 Feb;59(2):161-4. Meme JS, Njai DM, Kyambi JM, Kung'u A.. East Afr Med J. 1982 Feb;59(2):161-4. Links. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.
SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1982.  Mercury poisoning in Kenyan children. A further report on epidemiological aspects.1: East Afr Med J. 1982 Feb;59(2):98-106 Brown JD, Meme JS, Mbithi T.. East Afr Med J. 1982 Feb;59(2):98-106. : au-ibar Abstractmercury_poisoning_in_kenyan_children.pdf

Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. Pulmonary oedema is a common sign of East Coast fever (ECF, Theileria parva infection) of cattle. A trial was conducted on farms in Uganda to compare a product containing both the antitheilerial compound parvaquone and the diuretic compound frusemide with one containing only parvaquone, in the treatment of ECF. The trial involved 40 clinical cases of ECF, some of them complicated by other infections, in cattle of all ages and on several farms. Confirmed cases were treated with either parvaquone+frusemide (P+F) or parvaquone alone (P). Survival after treatment with P+F was 77% compared with 71% with P. Five of the 10 fatalities were complicated cases. The cure rate for severe but uncomplicated ECF was 89% with P+F and 40% with P. Pulmonary signs were resolved within 24-48 h after treatment with P+F and clinical recovery was noticeably more rapid than with P. The antiparasitic effect of the two treatments was similar. P+F could be particularly useful when reporting, diagnosis or laboratory confirmation of ECF is delayed, because advanced cases are more likely to be encountered under these circumstances.

DANIEL, DRNJAI, SAMSON PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1982.  Meme J. S., Njai D., Kyambi, Kungu A. Antral mucosal Diaphragm. An obstructing lesion of the stomach. E. Afr. Med. J. 59: 161, 1982.. E. Afr. Med. J. 59: 161, 1982. : au-ibar Abstract
Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. Pulmonary oedema is a common sign of East Coast fever (ECF, Theileria parva infection) of cattle. A trial was conducted on farms in Uganda to compare a product containing both the antitheilerial compound parvaquone and the diuretic compound frusemide with one containing only parvaquone, in the treatment of ECF. The trial involved 40 clinical cases of ECF, some of them complicated by other infections, in cattle of all ages and on several farms. Confirmed cases were treated with either parvaquone+frusemide (P+F) or parvaquone alone (P). Survival after treatment with P+F was 77% compared with 71% with P. Five of the 10 fatalities were complicated cases. The cure rate for severe but uncomplicated ECF was 89% with P+F and 40% with P. Pulmonary signs were resolved within 24-48 h after treatment with P+F and clinical recovery was noticeably more rapid than with P. The antiparasitic effect of the two treatments was similar. P+F could be particularly useful when reporting, diagnosis or laboratory confirmation of ECF is delayed, because advanced cases are more likely to be encountered under these circumstances.
SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1982.  Brown J.D., Meme JS, Mbithi T. Epidemological Aspect of Mercury Poisoning in Kenya E. Afr. Med. J. 59: 98, 1982. E. Afr. Med. J. 59: 98, 1982. : au-ibar Abstract
Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. Pulmonary oedema is a common sign of East Coast fever (ECF, Theileria parva infection) of cattle. A trial was conducted on farms in Uganda to compare a product containing both the antitheilerial compound parvaquone and the diuretic compound frusemide with one containing only parvaquone, in the treatment of ECF. The trial involved 40 clinical cases of ECF, some of them complicated by other infections, in cattle of all ages and on several farms. Confirmed cases were treated with either parvaquone+frusemide (P+F) or parvaquone alone (P). Survival after treatment with P+F was 77% compared with 71% with P. Five of the 10 fatalities were complicated cases. The cure rate for severe but uncomplicated ECF was 89% with P+F and 40% with P. Pulmonary signs were resolved within 24-48 h after treatment with P+F and clinical recovery was noticeably more rapid than with P. The antiparasitic effect of the two treatments was similar. P+F could be particularly useful when reporting, diagnosis or laboratory confirmation of ECF is delayed, because advanced cases are more likely to be encountered under these circumstances.

1981

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1981.  Meme J. S. Sickle Cell Disease: The first ten years Medicom 3: 31, 1981. Medicom 3: 31, 1981. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.

1980

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1980.  Meme JS, Greipenberg U, K. Hereditas. 1980;93(2):255-60.. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available
DANIEL, DRNJAI, SAMSON PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1980.  Calciferol induced hypercalcemia in renal osteodystrophy. East Afr Med J. 1980 Oct;57(10):712-5. Meme JS, Njai DN, Otieno LS, Kalya R.. East Afr Med J. 1980 Oct;57(10):712-5.. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available
DANIEL, DRNJAI, SAMSON PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1980.  Meme J. S., Otieno L.S., Njai D Fanconi Anemia, Chromosome breakages in a large African family. Hereditas 93, 225, 1980. Hereditas 93, 225, 1980. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.

1978

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1978.  Meme J. S. A prospective study of Neonatal deaths in Nairobi Kenya E. Afr. Med. J. 55: 264, 1978.. Kenya E. Afr. Med. J. 54: 44, 1977. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available

1977

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1977.  Cryptogenic fibrosing alveolitis. (Case report of a child). East Afr Med J. 1977 Jan;54(1):43-6. Meme JS, Clogg DK, Gatei D, Lewis C.. East Afr Med J. 1977 Jan;54(1):43-6.. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.
SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1977.  Meme J. S., Hillman D. Infants of low birth weight seen at the Kenyatta National Hospital E. Afr. Med. J. 54: 28, 1975. E. Afr. Med. J. 54: 28, 1977. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.
SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1977.  Meme J. S., Clogg, D.K., Gatei D., Lewis C., Cryptogenic Fibrosing alvelitis. E. Afr. Med. J. 54: 44, 1977. E. Afr. Med. J. 54: 44, 1977. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.

1975

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1975.  Meme J. S., Oduori, M.L., Gripenberg, Fanconi's Aplastic Anaemia, case report and review of the Literature. E. Afr. Med. J. 54: 44, 1975. E. Afr. Med. J. 54: 44, 1975. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.

1971

1970

SAMSON, PROFMEMEJULIUS.  1970.  Meme J. S. Carcinoma of Thyroid Nairobi Journal of Medince 1: 23, 1970. Nairobi Journal of Medince 1: 23, 1970. : au-ibar Abstract
No abstract available.

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