respiratory
Bronchiectasis

A wet cough for four weeks means it’s time to get it checked out


Dr Andre Schultz, Paediatric Respiratory Physician and Research Fellow, & Pamela Laird, Senior Respiratory Physiotherapist & Researcher, Telethon Kids Institute, Perth, WA.

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As respiratory clinicians, we have been conducting outreach clinics to the Kimberley, in northern Western Australia, for about ten years, treating children with bronchiectasis, a chronic lung disease in which the breathing tubes in the lungs are damaged. Our research, published today in the journal Respirology, shows how Aboriginal health providers, visiting clinicians, and Aboriginal families can ...

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