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Management of bronchiectasis and chronic suppurative lung disease in Indigenous children and adults from rural and remote Australian communities

by Chang AB, Grimwood K, Maguire G, King PT, Morris PS, Torzillo PJ

Journal article
Year 2008
Journal Medical Journal of Australia
Volume 189
Issue 7
Page 386-393

Abstract

This resource aims to assist health practitioners to increase their awareness of bronchiectasis in Indigenous children and adults and improve detection rates and management. The objective is to develop a national consensus for managing bronchiectasis in Indigenous children and adults living in rural and remote Australian communities.

The guidelines have been updated please refer to the Chronic suppurative lung disease and bronchiectasis in children and adults in Australia and New Zealand (2014) guidelines.

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