Richard Honicky

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The occurrence of symptoms of respiratory illness among preschool children living in homes heated by wood-burning stoves was examined by conducting an historical prospective study (n = 62) with an internal control group (matched for age, sex, and town of residence). Exposures of subjects were not significantly different (P greater than .05) with respect to(More)
An increasing number of families in the United States are converting to woodburning stoves in an effort to reduce winter heating bills. Woodburning stoves operate as a contained combuster of wood and produce a variety of pollutants as byproducts of combustion. Although technological advances have reduced emissions to some degree, even the most efficient(More)
Burkholderia cepacia isolates from patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) attending five CF centers were studied for relatedness by cellular fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) and by chromosomal DNA restriction analysis. Twenty-eight of 32 (87.5%) isolates tested were grouped in cluster group 1 based on their FAME profiles. DNA analysis revealed that 29 of 32(More)
Microdilution antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed with 73 isolates of Pseudomonas cepacia collected from the sputum of patients throughout Michigan with cystic fibrosis. Susceptibility testing was done using new and investigational antibiotics (loracarbef, cefixime, cefpirome, desacetyl-cefotaxime, cefpodoxime, cefmetazole, cefepime,(More)
Cystic fibrosis has been regarded as a disease of infants. Yet, with improved management, a high percentage of patients how survive into young adulthood. In addition, mild cases may not be detected until long after infance. The older patient often has minimal symptoms, and the majority are socially active and productive.
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