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SIAH, Chiew Jiat, CHILDS, Charmaine, CHIA, Chung King and CHENG, Kin-Fong Karis (2019). An observational study of temperature and thermal images of surgical wounds for detecting delayed wound healing within four days after surgery. Journal of clinical nursing, 28 (11-12), 2285-2295.

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CLEARY, Michelle, RAEBURN, Toby, WEST, Sancia and CHILDS, Charmaine (2019). The environmental temperature of the residential care home: role in thermal comfort and mental health? Contemporary nurse.

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CHILDS, Charmaine, WRIGHT, Nicola, WILLMOTT, Jon, DAVIES, Matthew, KILNER, Karen, OUSEY, Karen, SOLTANI, Hora, MADHUVRATA, Priya and STEPHENSON, John (2019). The surgical wound in infrared: thermographic profiles and early stage test-accuracy to predict surgical site infection in obese women during the first 30 days after caesarean section. Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control, 8 (7).

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CHILDS, Charmaine, WRIGHT, Nicola, WILLMOTT, Jon, DAVIES, Matthew, KILNER, Karen, OUSEY, Karen, SOLTANI, Hora, MADHUVRATA, Priya and STEPHENSON, John (2019). The surgical wound in infrared: thermographic profiles and early stage test-accuracy to predict surgical site infection in obese women during the first 30 days after caesarean section. Antimicrobial resistance and infection control, 8 (7).

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CHILDS, Charmaine, BARKER, Lynne A., GAGE, Alex M.D. and LOOSEMORE, Mike (2018). Investigating possible retinal biomarkers of head trauma in Olympic boxers using optical coherence tomography (OCT). Eye and Brain, 10, 101-110.

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MARSHALL, Matthew, DEO, Ritesh, CHILDS, Charmaine and ALI, Ali (2018). Feasibility and Variability of Automated Pupillometry Among Stroke Patients and Healthy Participants: Potential Implications for Clinical Practice. The Journal of neuroscience nursing, p. 1.

CHILDS, Charmaine (2018). Body temperature and clinical thermometry. Handbook of clinical neurology, 157, 467-482.

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KORNHABER, Rachel, CHILDS, Charmaine and CLEARY, Michelle (2018). Experiences of guilt, shame and blame in those affected by burns trauma : a qualitative systematic review. Burns, 44 (5), 1026-1039.

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TRAN, W T, CHILDS, Charmaine, PROBST, Heidi, FARHAT, G and CZARNOTA, G J (2018). Imaging Biomarkers for Precision Medicine in Locally Advanced Breast Cancer. Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences, 49 (4), 342-351.

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TRAN, William T., GANGEH, Mehrdad J., SANNACHI, Lakshmanan, CHIN, Lee, WATKINS, Elyse, BRUNI, Silvio G., RASTEGAR, Rashin Fallah, CURPEN, Belinda, TRUDEAU, Maureen, GANDHI, Sonal, YAFFE, Martin, SLODKOWSKA, Elzbieta, CHILDS, Charmaine, SADEGHI-NAINI, Ali and CZARNOTA, Gregory J. (2017). Predicting Breast Cancer Response to Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy Using Pretreatment Diffuse Optical Spectroscopic-Texture Analysis. British journal of cancer, 116 (10), 1329-1339.

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CHILDS, Charmaine, SIRAJ, Mahbubur Rob, FAIR, Frankie, SELVAN, Arul, SOLTANI, Hora, WILMOTT, Jon and FARRELL, Rom (2016). Thermal territories of the abdomen after Caesarean Section birth : infrared thermography and analysis. Journal of wound care, 25 (9), 499-512.

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TRAN, William T., CHILDS, Charmaine, CHIN, Lee, SLODKOWSKA, Elzbieta, SANNACHI, Lakshmanan, TADAYYON, Hadi, WATKINS, Elyse, WONG, Sharon Lemon, CURPEN, Belinda, KAFFAS, Ahmed El, AL-MAHROUKI, Azza, SADEGHI-NAINI, Ali and CZARNOTA, Gregory J. (2016). Multiparametric monitoring of chemotherapy treatment response in locally advanced breast cancer using quantitative ultrasound and diffuse optical spectroscopy. Oncotarget, 7 (15), 19762-19780.

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CHILDS, Charmaine and SHEN, Liang (2015). Regional pressure and temperature differences across the injured human brain : comparisons between intraparenchymal and ventricular measurements. Critical Care, 19 (1), p. 267.

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LIM, S.-F., ONG, S. Y., TAN, Y. L., NG, Y. S., CHAN, Y. H. and CHILDS, Charmaine (2015). Incidence and predictors of new-onset constipation during acute hospitalisation after stroke. International Journal of Clinical Practice, 69 (4), 422-428.

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MARTÍNEZ-MORILLO, Eduardo, CHILDS, Charmaine, GARCÍA, Belén Prieto, ÁLVAREZ MENÉNDEZ, Francisco V., ROMASCHIN, Alexander D., CERVELLIN, Gianfranco, LIPPI, Giuseppe and DIAMANDIS, Eleftherios P. (2015). Neurofilament medium polypeptide (NFM) protein concentration is increased in CSF and serum samples from patients with brain injury. Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, 53 (10), 1575-1584.

SIAH, C.J.R. and CHILDS, Charmaine (2015). Thermographic mapping of the abdomen in healthy subjects and patients after enterostoma. Journal of wound care, 24 (3), 112-120.

CHILDS, Charmaine, ONG, Yi Ting, ZU, Mya Myint, AUNG, Phyo Wai, CHEUNG, Carol Y. and KUAN, Win Sen (2014). Retinal imaging: a first report of the retinal microvasculature in acute mild traumatic brain injury. European Journal of Emergency Medicine, 21 (5), 388-389.

LESKO, Mehdi Moazzez, O’BRIEN, Sarah J., CHILDS, Charmaine, BOUAMRA, Omar, RAINEY, Timothy and LECKY, Fiona (2014). Comparison of several prognostic tools in traumatic brain injury including S100B. Brain Injury, 28 (7), 987-994.

CHILDS, Charmaine, WANG, Li, NEOH, Boon Kwee, GOH, Hok Liok, ZU, Mya Myint, AUNG, Phyo Wai and YEO, Tseng Tsai (2014). Multi-parameter brain tissue microsensor and interface systems : calibration, reliability and user experiences of pressure and temperature sensors in the setting of neurointensive care. Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, 38 (7), 339-350.

CHILDS, Charmaine, WANG, Li, NEOH, Boon Kwee, GOH, Hok Liok, ZU, Mya Myint, AUNG, Phyo Wai and YEO, Tseng Tsai (2014). Multi-parameter brain tissue microsensor and interface systems: Calibration, reliability and user experiences of pressure and temperature sensors in the setting of neurointensive care. Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, 38 (7), 339-350.

YEELES, Hannah, TRINICK, Sarah, CHILDS, Charmaine, SOLTANI, Hora and FARRELL, Tom (2014). Postpartum infection in morbidly obese women after caesarean section : does early prophylactic oral antibiotic use make a difference? Open Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 4 (9), 547-549.

LESKO, Mehdi Moazzez, JENKS, Tom, PEREL, Pablo, O'BRIEN, Sarah, CHILDS, Charmaine, BOUAMRA, Omar and LECKY, Fiona (2013). Models of mortality probability in severe traumatic brain injury : results of the modelling by the UK Trauma Registry. Journal of Neurotrauma, 30 (24), 2021-2030.

CHILDS, Charmaine, MARTÍNEZ-MORILLO, Eduardo, WAI, Aung Phyo, ZU, Mya Myint, DIAMANDIS, Anastasia and DIAMANDIS, Eleftherios P. (2013). Exploring the relationship between serum biomarkers, acute intracerebral changes and outcome after severe traumatic brain injury (TBI). Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, 51 (9), e195-e197.

LIM, Su Fee and CHILDS, Charmaine (2013). A systematic review of the effectiveness of bowel management strategies for constipation in adults with stroke. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50 (7), 1004-1010.

CHILDS, Charmaine and LUNN, Kueh (2013). Clinical review : brain-body temperature differences in adults with severe traumatic brain injury. Critical Care, 17 (2), p. 222.

VESCOVO, E., LEVICK, A., CHILDS, C., MACHIN, G., ZHAO, S. and WILLIAMS, S. R. (2013). High-precision calibration of MRS thermometry using validated temperature standards: effects of ionic strength and protein content on the calibration. NMR in Biomedicine, 26 (2), 213-223.

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LIM, Daphne AFN, CHAN, Moon and CHILDS, Charmaine (2013). Surrogate consent for critical care research: exploratory study on public perception and influences on recruitment. Critical Care, 17 (1), R5.

LESKO, Mehdi Moazzez, JENKS, Tom, O'BRIEN, Sara J., CHILDS, Charmaine, BOUAMRA, Omar, WOODFORD, Maralyn and LECKY, Fiona (2013). Comparing model performance for survival prediction using total Glasgow Coma Scale and its components in traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 30 (1), 17-22.

CRONIN DE CHAVEZ, Anna, CHILDS, Charmaine, KELLY, Shona, TOD, Angela and BURKE, Derek (2013). Hypothermia and the assessment of sick children. British Medical Journal (BMJ), 347.

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MATTAR, Ihsan, CHAN, Moon Fai and CHILDS, Charmaine (2013). Risk factors for acute delirium in critically ill adult patients: a systematic review. ISRN Critical Care, 2013.

CHILDS, Charmaine, LIU, Kun, VAIL, Andy and PAN, Jianxin (2013). Time-dependent relationships between human brain and body temperature after severe traumatic brain injury. International Journal of Statistics in Medical Research, 2 (1), 14-22.

SIAH, C.J. and CHILDS, C. (2012). A systematic review of the ASEPSIS scoring system used in non-cardiac-related surgery. Journal of wound care, 21 (3), 124, 126-30.

CHILDS, Charmaine, ZU, Mya Myint, WAI, Aung Phyo, TSAI, Yeo Tseng, WU, Shiqian and LI, Wang (2012). Infra-red thermal imaging of the inner canthus : correlates with the temperature of the injured human brain. Engineering, 4 (10B), 53-56.

CHILDS, Charmaine, WAI, Aung Phyo, ZU, Mya Myint, NGA, Vincent Diong Weng, SUN, Ira Siyang, KEJIA, Teo, SHEN, Liang, CHOY, David K.S., CHEN, Fun-Gee, CHOU, Ning and YEO, Tseng Tsai (2012). Mapping the incidence of focal tissue hypoxia after decompressive craniectomy. Brain Injury, 26 (9), p. 1163.

CHILDS, Charmaine, NG, Angela Li Ching, LIU, Kun and PAN, Jianxin (2011). Exploring the sources of ‘missingness’ in brain tissue monitoring datasets: an observational cohort study. Brain Injury, 25 (12), 1163-1169.

SACHO, Raphael H., VAIL, Andy, RAINEY, Timothy, KING, Andrew T. and CHILDS, Charmaine (2010). The effect of spontaneous alterations in brain temperature on outcome: a prospective observational cohort study in patients with severe traumatic brain injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 27 (12), 2157-2164.

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CHILDS, Charmaine, WIELOCH, Tadeusz, LECKY, Fiona, MACHIN, Graham, HARRIS, Bridget and STOCCHETTI, Nino (2010). Report of a consensus meeting on human brain temperature after severe traumatic brain injury : its measurement and management during pyrexia. Frontiers in Neurology, 1 (146).

CHILDS, Charmaine (2010). Knowledge transfer and the path of translational medicine. Nursing And Health Sciences, 12 (3), 284-286.

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LESKO, Mehdi M., WOODFORD, Maralyn, WHITE, Laura, O'BRIEN, Sarah J., CHILDS, Charmaine and LECKY, Fiona E. (2010). Using Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) codes to classify Computed Tomography (CT) features in the Marshall System. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 10 (1), p. 72.

MACHIN, G. and CHILDS, C. (2010). A systematic performance evaluation of brain and body temperature sensors using ultra-stable temperature references. Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, 34 (3), 192-199.

LESKO, Mehdi Moazzez, RAINEY, Timothy, CHILDS, Charmaine, BOUAMRA, Omar, O’BRIEN, Sarah and LECKY, Fiona (2010). Comparing the prognostic performance of S100B with prognostic models in traumatic brain injury. Injury Extra, 41 (12), 156-157.

CHILDS, Charmaine and MACHIN, Graham (2009). Reliability issues in human brain temperature measurement. Critical Care, 13 (4), R106.

CHILDS, Charmaine, SACHO, Raphael H. and KING, Andrew T. (2009). Brain hyperthermia after traumatic brain injury does not reduce brain oxygen. Neurosurgery, 64 (6), E1206.

KIRK, Danielle, RAINEY, Timothy, VAIL, Andy and CHILDS, Charmaine (2009). Infra-red thermometry: the reliability of tympanic and temporal artery readings for predicting brain temperature after severe traumatic brain injury. Critical Care, 13 (3), R81.

RAINEY, Timothy, LESKO, Mehdi, SACHO, Raphael, LECKY, Fiona and CHILDS, Charmaine (2009). Predicting outcome after severe traumatic brain injury using the serum S100B biomarker: Results using a single (24h) time-point. Resuscitation, 80 (3), 341-345.

CHILDS, Charmaine (2009). Evidence-based medicine in BURNS revisited — The need for the CONSORT criteria. Burns, 35 (1), p. 158.

CHILDS, Charmaine (2008). Human brain temperature: regulation, measurement and relationship with cerebral trauma : Part 1. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 22 (4), 486-496.

SACHO, R. H. and CHILDS, C. (2008). The significance of altered temperature after traumatic brain injury : an analysis of investigations in experimental and human studies : Part 2. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 22 (4), 497-507.

CHILDS, Charmaine, JONES, Anthony K. P. and TYRRELL, Pippa J. (2008). Long-term temperature-related morbidity after brain damage: survivor-reported experiences. Brain Injury, 22 (7-8), 603-609.

KAUPPINEN, Risto A., VIDYASAGAR, Rishma, CHILDS, Charmaine, BALANOS, George M. and HILTUNEN, Yrjő (2008). Assessment of human brain temperature by 1H MRS during visual stimulation and hypercapnia. NMR in Biomedicine, 21 (4), 388-395.

KHOJASTEH, V. Javid, EDWARDS-JONES, V., CHILDS, C. and FOSTER, H.A. (2007). Prevalence of toxin producing strains of Staphylococcus aureus in a pediatric burns unit. Burns, 33 (3), 334-340.

LEACH, P., CHILDS, C., EVANS, J., JOHNSTON, N., PROTHEROE, R. and KING, A. (2007). Transfer times for patients with extradural and subdural haematomas to neurosurgery in Greater Manchester. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 21 (1), 11-15.

CHILDS, Charmaine, HILTUNEN, Yrjö, VIDYASAGAR, Rishma and KAUPPINEN, Risto A. (2007). Determination of regional brain temperature using proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy to assess brain–body temperature differences in healthy human subjects. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 57 (1), 59-66.

CHILDS, Charmaine, VAIL, Andy, LEACH, Paul, RAINEY, Timothy, PROTHEROE, Richard and KING, Andrew (2006). Brain temperature and outcome after severe traumatic brain injury. Neurocritical Care, 5 (1), 10-14.

JOHNSTON, Nicola J., KING, Andrew T., PROTHEROE, Richard and CHILDS, Charmaine (2006). Body temperature management after severe traumatic brain injury: methods and protocols used in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Resuscitation, 70 (2), 254-262.

CHILDS, Charmaine, VAIL, A., PROTHEROE, R., KING, A. T. and DARK, P. M. (2005). Differences between brain and rectal temperatures during routine critical care of patients with severe traumatic brain injury. Anaesthesia, 60 (8), 759-765.

SOOP, Mattias, DUXBURY, Helen, AGWUNOBI, Anselm O, GIBSON, J Martin, HOPKINS, Stephen J, CHILDS, Charmaine, COOPER, Robert G, MAYCOCK, Paula, LITTLE, Roderick A and CARLSON, Gordon L (2002). Euglycemic hyperinsulinemia augments the cytokine and endocrine responses to endotoxin in humans. American journal of physiology. Endocrinology and metabolism, 282 (6), E1276-85.

CHILDS, Charmaine, RENSHAW, Anthony, DUNN, Ken W and DAVENPORT, Peter J (2001). The acute febrile response to burn injury in children may be modified by the type of intravenous fluid used during resuscitation — observations using fresh frozen plasma (FFP) or Hartmann's solution. Burns, 27 (4), 386-388.

RENSHAW, A and CHILDS, Charmaine (2000). The significance of peripheral skin temperature measurement during the acute phase of burn injury : an illustrative case report. Burns, 26 (8), 750-753.

EDWARDS-JONES, V., DAWSON, M.M. and CHILDS, Charmaine (2000). A survey into toxic shock syndrome (TSS) in UK burns units. Burns, 26 (4), 323-333.

CHILDS, Charmaine, HARRISON, R. and HODKINSON, C. (1999). Tympanic membrane temperature as a measure of core temperature. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 80 (3), 262-266.

CHILDS, Charmaine, GOLDRING, S, TANN, W and HILLIER, V F (1998). Suprasternal Doppler ultrasound for assessment of stroke distance. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 79 (3), 251-255.

CHILDS, Charmaine (1998). The European directory of Burns Research. Burns, 24 (1), 25-28.

CHILDS, Charmaine (1998). Is there an evidence-based practice for burns? Burns, 24 (1), 29-33.

EDWARDS-JONES, V, CHILDS, Charmaine and FOSTER, H A (1996). A comparison of phenotypic properties of Staphylococcus aureus isolated from burned children and other patient groups. Burns, 22 (5), 384-9.

WRIGHT, I P, GRIFFITHS, M and CHILDS, Charmaine (1995). A microprocessor based photoplethysmograph for use in clinical practice. Anaesthesia, 50 (10), 875-878.

JENNEY, M E, CHILDS, Charmaine, MABIN, D, BESWICK, M V and DAVID, T J (1995). Oxygen consumption during sleep in atopic dermatitis. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 72 (2), 144-146.

CHILDS, Charmaine, EDWARDS-JONES, V, HEATHCOTE, D M, DAWSON, M and DAVENPORT, P J (1994). Patterns of Staphylococcus aureus colonization, toxin production, immunity and illness in burned children. Burns, 20 (6), 514-521.

CHILDS, Charmaine (1994). Studies in children provide a model to re-examine the metabolic response to burn injury in patients treated by contemporary burn protocols. Burns, 20 (4), 291-300.

CHILDS, Charmaine and LITTLE, R A (1994). Acute changes in oxygen consumption and body temperature after burn injury. Archives of Disease in Childhood, 71 (1), 31-4.

CHILDS, Charmaine (1993). Metabolic rate at rest and during sleep in a thermoneutral environment. Archives of disease in childhood, 68 (5), 658-661.

CHILDS, Charmaine, STONER, H B and LITTLE, R A (1992). Cutaneous heat loss shortly after burn injury in children. Clinical science (London, England : 1979), 83 (1), 117-126.

MCGUINNESS, K and CHILDS, Charmaine (1991). Development of an indirect calorimeter for use in infants and young children. Clinical Physics and Physiological Measurement, 12 (4), 343-351.

CHILDS, Charmaine, HALL, T., DAVENPORT, P.J. and LITTLE, R.A. (1990). Dietary intake and changes in body weight in burned children. Burns, 16 (6), 418-422.

CHILDS, Charmaine, HEATH, D F, LITTLE, R A and BROTHERSTON, M (1990). Glucose metabolism in children during the first day after burn injury. Archives of emergency medicine, 7 (3), 135-147.

BIANCHI, A., BRUCE, J., COOPER, A.L., CHILDS, Charmaine, KOHLI, M., MORRIS, I.D., MORRIS-JONES, P. and ROTHWELL, N.J. (1989). Increased brown adipose tissue activity in children with malignant disease. Hormone and metabolic research = Hormon- und Stoffwechselforschung = Hormones et métabolisme, 21 (11), 640-641.

CHILDS, Charmaine and LITTLE, R.A. (1988). Acetaminophen (paracetamol) in the management of burned children with fever. Burns, 14 (5), 343-348.

CHILDS, Charmaine (1988). Fever in burned children. Burns, 14 (1), 1-6.

CHILDS, Charmaine (1982). The management of clinical specialities. 9. A regional paediatric burns unit. Nursing focus, 4 (4), 6-7.

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SELVAN, Arul and CHILDS, Charmaine (2017). Infra-red thermal mapping, analysis and interpretation in biomedicine. In: NG, Eddie Y K and ETEHAD TAVAKOL, Mahnaz, (eds.) Application of Infrared to Biomedical Sciences. Series in Bioengineering . Springer, 377-394. (In Press)

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SELVAN, Arul and CHILDS, Charmaine (2017). Infrared Thermal Mapping, Analysis and Interpretation in Biomedicine. In: NG, Eddie YK and ETEHADTAVAKOL, Mahnaz, (eds.) Application of Infrared to Biomedical Sciences. Springer, 377-394.

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GWILT, Alison, HOMER, Catherine, SHERRIFF, Graeme and CHILDS, Charmaine (2016). Community voices in design practice : a case study of understanding older adults’ clothing needs for keeping warm at home. In: Futurescan 3 : Intersecting Identities. Creative and Print Services. (In Press)

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CHILDS, Charmaine, GWILT, Alison, SHERRIFF, Graeme and HOMER, Catherine (2015). Old and Cold: Challenges in the Design of Personalised Thermal Comfort at Home. In: CHRISTER, Kirsty, (ed.) Design 4 health: Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on Design4Health. Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam University, 1-9.

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TRAN, William T. (2017). Measuring Chemotherapy Response in Breast Cancer Using Optical and Ultrasound Spectroscopy. Doctoral, Sheffild Hallam University.

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