AuthorsYearsort descendingTitle
I. F. Burgess, Maunder, J. W., Myint, T. Than1983Maintenance of the crab louse, Pthirus pubis, in the laboratory and behavioural studies using volunteers
I. F. Burgess, Shepherd P.1984Hunt the Head Louse
I. F. Burgess1990Carbaryl lotions for head lice - new laboratory tests show variations in efficacy
I. F. Burgess1991Malathion lotions for head lice - A less reliable treatment than commonly believed
I. F. Burgess, Coulthard, M., Heaney, J.1991Scalp infestation by Liposcelis mendax
I. F. Burgess1992Lice and scabies
I. F. Burgess, Veal, L., Sindle, T.1992The efficacy of d-phenothrin and permethrin formulations against head lice: a comparison
I. F. Burgess1993New head louse repellent
I. F. Burgess1993The function of a repellent in head louse control
I. F. Burgess, Brown, C. M., Burgess, N. A.1994Synergized pyrethrin mousse, a new approach to head lice eradication: efficacy in field and laboratory studies
I. F. Burgess1995Clinical efficacy of treatment for head lice - authors differ on assessment of flaws in trials
I. F. Burgess1995Pediculus capitis in schoolchildren
I. F. Burgess1995Human Lice and their management
I. F. Burgess, Brown, C. M., Peock, S., Kaufman, J.1995Head lice resistant to pyrethroid insecticides in Britain
I. F. Burgess1996Shampoo for head lice treatment - comparative in vitro tests
I. F. Burgess1998Cutaneous parasites
I. F. Burgess1998Head lice-developing a practical approach
I. F. Burgess, Brown C. M.1999Management of insecticide resistance in head lice Pediculus capitis (Anoplura: Pediculicidae)
I. F. Burgess1999Head lice - Good clinical practice protocol for primary care practitioners
I. F. Burgess2001Head lice
I. F. Burgess2002Head lice
I. F. Burgess2002Detection combing
I. F. Burgess2002The life of a head louse
I. F. Burgess2003Head lice
I. F. Burgess2003Commentary: How to advise a patient when over the counter products have failed
I. F. Burgess2004Human lice and their control
I. F. Burgess2004Head lice
I. F. Burgess, Brown, C. M., Lee, P. N.2005Treatment of head louse infestation with 4% dimeticone lotion: randomised controlled equivalence trial
R. J. Roberts, Burgess I. F.2005New head-lice treatments: hope or hype?
C. M. Priestley, Burgess, I. F., Williamson, E. M.2006Lethality of essential oil constituents towards the human louse, Pediculus humanus, and its eggs
I. F. Burgess2006New developments in the treatment of head lice
K. Y. Mumcuoglu, Barker, S. C., Burgess, I. F., Combescot-Lang, C., Dalgleish, R. C., Larsen, K. S., Miller, J., Roberts, R. J., Taylan-Ozkan, A.2007International guidelines for effective control of head louse infestations
S. C. Barker, Burgess, I. F., Meinking, T. A., Mumcuoglu, K. Y.2012International guidelines for clinical trials with pediculicides
C. M. Brown, Burgess I. F.2017Can neem oil help eliminate lice? Randomised controlled trial with and without louse combing
I. F. Burgess, Brunton, E. R., Burgess, N. A., Burgess, M. N.2017Neem-silicone lotion and ultrasound nit comb: a randomised, controlled clinical trial treating head louse infestation
Scratchpads developed and conceived by (alphabetical): Ed Baker, Katherine Bouton Alice Heaton Dimitris Koureas, Laurence Livermore, Dave Roberts, Simon Rycroft, Ben Scott, Vince Smith