Indigenous children from three countries with non-cystic fibrosis chronic suppurative lung disease/bronchiectasis.

  title={Indigenous children from three countries with non-cystic fibrosis chronic suppurative lung disease/bronchiectasis.},
  author={Rosalyn J. Singleton and Patricia Casarolli Valery and Peter Stanley Morris and Catherine Ann Byrnes and Keith Grimwood and Gregory R Redding and Paul John Torzillo and Gabrielle B. McCallum and Lori Chikoyak and Charmaine Mobberly and Robert C. Holman and Anne B Chang},
  journal={Pediatric pulmonology},
  volume={49 2},
OBJECTIVE Indigenous children in developed countries are at increased risk of chronic suppurative lung disease (CSLD), including bronchiectasis. We evaluated sociodemographic and medical factors in indigenous children with CSLD/bronchiectasis from Australia, United States (US), and New Zealand (NZ). METHODS Indigenous children aged 0.5-8 years with CSLD/bronchiectasis were enrolled from specialist clinics in Australia (n = 97), Alaska (n = 41), and NZ (n = 42) during 2004-2009, and followed… CONTINUE READING
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