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  • Said, M; Dangor, Y; Mbelle, M; Sihlabela, A; Lekalakala, M. R; Ismail, F (SAMJ - South African Medical Journal, 2018)
    Background. Group B streptococcus (GBS) is a leading cause of invasive disease, particularly in newborns. Seventy-five percent of neonates will be colonised by mothers carrying the organism. Confirmation of maternal ...
  • Tshisevhe, V. S.; Lekalakala, M. R; Tshuma, N; van Rensburg, S Janse; Mbelle, N (SAMJ - South African Medical Journal, 2017)
    The emergence of resistance to multiple antimicrobial agents in pathogenic bacteria is a significant public health threat, as there are limited effective antimicrobial agents for infections caused by multidrug-resistant ...
  • Singh-Moodley, Ashika; Duse, Adriano; Naicker, Preneshni; Kularatne, Ranmini; Nana, Trusha; Lekalakala, Ruth; Mbelle, Nontombi; Dawood, Halima; Han, Khine Swe Swe; Ramjathan, Praksha; Bhola, Prathna; Whitelaw, Andrew; Perovic, Olga (Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 2018)
    Introduction: Antimicrobial resistant bacterial infections are widespread globally and increases in antimicrobial resistance presents a major threat to public health. Pseudomonas aeruginosa is an opportunistic healthcare ...
  • Meiring, Susan; Cohen, Cheryl; de Gouveia, Linda; du Plessis, Mignon; Kularatne, Ranmini; Hoosen, Anwar; Lekalakala, Ruth; Lengana, Sarona; Seetharam, Sharona; Naicke, Preneshni; Quan, Vanessa; Reubenson, Gary; Tempia, Stefano; von Mollendorf, Claire; von Gottberg, Anne (Declining Infectious Medical Journal, 2018)
    Background. Invasive meningococcal disease (IMD) is endemic to South Africa, where vaccine use is negligible. We describe the epidemiology of IMD in South Africa. Methods. IMD cases were identified through a national, ...
  • Molotja, Tsebe Wilfred; Themane, Mahlapahlapana (Reading & Writing-Journal of the Reading Association of South Africa, 2018)
    The importance of getting children off to a good start in reading cannot be overstated. Successful academic performance at primary and secondary school level is partly dependent on the ability to read. It is believed that ...

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