Klajdi Puka
Klajdi Puka
PhD Candidate, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Western University
Verified email at uwo.ca
TitleCited byYear
Predictors of long‐term quality of life after pediatric epilepsy surgery
K Puka, ML Smith
Epilepsia 56 (6), 873-881, 2015
432015
Emotional functioning: Long‐term outcomes after pediatric epilepsy surgery
TP Tavares, K Puka, ML Smith
Epilepsia 56 (5), 745-753, 2015
242015
Development of intelligence 4 to 11 years after paediatric epilepsy surgery
K Puka, TP Tavares, ML Smith
Journal of neuropsychology 11 (2), 161-173, 2017
232017
Long-term outcomes of behavior problems after epilepsy surgery in childhood
K Puka, ML Smith
Journal of neurology 263 (5), 991-1000, 2016
202016
Where are they now? Psychosocial, educational, and vocational outcomes after epilepsy surgery in childhood
K Puka, ML Smith
Epilepsia 57 (4), 574-581, 2016
202016
The influence of patient, caregiver, and family factors on symptoms of anxiety and depression in children and adolescents with intractable epilepsy
K Puka, E Widjaja, ML Smith
Epilepsy & Behavior 67, 45-50, 2017
182017
Vigabatrin as first-line treatment for infantile spasms not related to tuberous sclerosis complex
K Jones, C Go, J Boyd, A Ochi, B McCoy, K Puka, OC Snead III
Pediatric neurology 53 (2), 141-145, 2015
162015
A systematic review of quality of life in parents of children with epilepsy
K Puka, TP Tavares, KK Anderson, MA Ferro, KN Speechley
Epilepsy & Behavior 82, 38-45, 2018
132018
Academic skills in the long term after epilepsy surgery in childhood
K Puka, ML Smith
Epilepsy & Behavior 62, 97-103, 2016
132016
The influence of socioeconomic status on health resource utilization in pediatric epilepsy in a universal health insurance system
K Puka, ML Smith, R Moineddin, OC Snead, E Widjaja
Epilepsia 57 (3), 455-463, 2016
132016
Health resource utilization varies by comorbidities in children with epilepsy
K Puka, ML Smith, R Moineddin, OC Snead, E Widjaja
Epilepsy & Behavior 57, 151-154, 2016
102016
Academic achievement one year after resective epilepsy surgery in children
K Puka, M Khattab, EN Kerr, ML Smith
Epilepsy & Behavior 47, 1-5, 2015
102015
Predictors of intellectual functioning after epilepsy surgery in childhood: the role of socioeconomic status
K Puka, L Rubinger, C Chan, ML Smith, E Widjaja
Epilepsy & Behavior 62, 35-39, 2016
82016
Health-related quality of life in mothers of children with epilepsy: 10 years after diagnosis
K Puka, MA Ferro, KK Anderson, KN Speechley
Quality of Life Research, 2018
72018
Longitudinal development of cognitive, visuomotor and adaptive behavior skills in HIV uninfected children, aged 3–5 years of age, exposed pre-and perinatally to anti-retroviral …
ML Smith, K Puka, R Sehra, SE Read, A Bitnun
AIDS care 29 (10), 1302-1308, 2017
72017
Reoperation after failed resective epilepsy surgery in children
O Muthaffar, K Puka, L Rubinger, C Go, OC Snead, JT Rutka, E Widjaja
Journal of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics 20 (2), 134-140, 2017
62017
Remembrance and time passed: Memory outcomes 4–11 years after pediatric epilepsy surgery
K Puka, ML Smith
Epilepsia 57 (11), 1798-1807, 2016
62016
Predictors of language skills in the long term after pediatric epilepsy surgery
K Puka, ML Smith
Epilepsy & Behavior 63, 1-8, 2016
62016
Sharing of Injection Drug Preparation Equipment Is Associated With HIV Infection: A Cross-sectional Study
LJ Ball, K Puka, M Speechley, R Wong, B Hallam, JC Wiener, S Koivu, ...
JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 81 (4), e99-e103, 2019
32019
Effects of Sahaj Samadhi meditation on heart rate variability and depressive symptoms in patients with late-life depression
E Ionson, J Limbachia, S Rej, K Puka, RI Newman, S Wetmore, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 214 (4), 218-224, 2019
32019
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