Items where SHU Author is "Khatab, Khaled"
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KHATAB, Khaled, ADEGBOYE, Oyelola and IBN MOHAMMED, Taofeeq (2016). Social and demographic factors associated with morbidities in young children in Egypt: A Bayesian geo-additive semi-parametric multinomial model. PLOS ONE.
KHATAB, Khaled, ADEGBOYE, Oyelola and MOHAMMED, Taofeeq Ibn (2016). Social and demographic factors associated with morbidities in young children in Egypt: a Bayesian geo-additive semi-parametric multinomial model. PLOS ONE, 11 (7), e0159173.
THONGCHUNDEE, Oranuch, GUMBER, Anil, KHATAB, Khaled and GUMBER, Leher (2015). Efficacy and cost of atypical antipsychotics in treatment and management of dementia. SM Journal of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, 1 (1). (In Press)
KHATAB, Khaled, FELTEN, Michael K., KANDALA, Nagianga B., GHILAGABER, Gebrenegus, GUMBER, Anil and KRAUS, Thomas (2014). Risk factors associated with asbestos-related diseases: results of the asbestos surveillance programme Aachen. European Medical Journal: respiratory, 1.
FELTEN, Michael K., KHATAB, Khaled, KNOLL, Lars, SCHETTGEN, Thomas, MÜLLER-BERNDORFF, Hendrik and KRAUS, Thomas (2014). Changes of mesothelin and osteopontin levels over time in formerly asbestos-exposed power industry workers. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 87 (2), 195-204.
KHATAB, Khaled (2010). Childhood malnutrition in Egypt using geoadditive gaussian and latent variable models. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 82 (4), 653-663.
FELTEN, Michael K, KNOLL, Lars, EISENHAWER, Christian, ACKERMANN, Diana, KHATAB, Khaled, HÜDEPOHL, Johannes, ZSCHIESCHE, Wolfgang and KRAUS, Thomas (2010). Retrospective exposure assessment to airborne asbestos among power industry workers. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology, 5 (1), p. 15.
KHATAB, Khaled and FAHRMEIR, Ludwig (2009). Analysis of childhood morbidity with geoadditive probit and latent variable model: a case study for Egypt. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 81 (1), 116-128.