Browsing 1117 - Public Health and Health Services by Subject "0600 Biological Sciences"
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ItemCase-control study of the association between kava use and pneumonia in eastern Arnhem Land Aboriginal communities (Northern Territory, Australia)(2003) Burns, Chris B; Bailie, Ross Stewart; Currie, Bart John; Wang, ZiMian; Clough, Alan R ItemImmunogenicity for 16 serotypes of a unique schedule of pneumococcal vaccines in a high-risk population(2008) Mackenzie, Grant; Carapetis, Jonathan R; Morris, Peter Stanley; Leach, Amanda Jane; McDonnell, Joseph; Balloch, Anne; Tang, Mimi L K ItemIndirect effects of childhood pneumococcal vaccination on pneumococcal carriage among adults and older children in Australian Aboriginal communities.(2007) Leach, Amanda Jane; Mackenzie, Grant; Carapetis, Jonathan R; Hare, Kim; Morris, Peter Stanley ItemIntensity of rainfall and severity of Melioidosis, Australia(2003) Jacups, Susan P; Currie, Bart John ItemLegionella and protozoa in cooling towers: implications for public health and chemical control.(2007) Bentham, Richard Henry; Critchley, M ItemMolecular characterisation of pneumococcal serotype 16F: established predominant carriage and otitis media serotype in the 7vPCV era(2007) Morris, Peter Stanley; Marsh, Robyn L; Smith-Vaughan, Heidi; Beissbarth, Jemima; Hare, Kim; Kennedy, Mandy; Wigger, Christine; Mellon, Gabrielle; Stubbs, Elizabeth; Gadil, J R; Pettit, A; Tipakalippa, P; Leach, Amanda Jane; Mackenzie, Grant ItemAn overview of acute otitis media in Australian Aboriginal children living in remote communities.(2007) Morris, Peter Stanley; Leach, Amanda Jane; Halpin, Stephen; Mellon, Gabrielle; Gadil, Gaudencio; Wigger, Christine; Mackenzie, Grant; Wilson, Cate; Gadil, Edna; Torzillo, PaulAustralian Aboriginal children experience early, persistent and severe middle ear infections. We conducted a review of the medical literature that addressed acute otitis media (AOM) in Australian Aboriginal children. Comparisons were made with the recent guidelines on the diagnosis and management of AOM prepared by the American Academies of Pediatrics and Family Physicians (AAP & AAFP 2004). Otitis media in Aboriginal children living in remote communities begins in the first 3 months of life following early bacterial colonisation. Young children with persistent signs of suppurative disease (bulging of the tympanic membrane or middle ear discharge) are probably most at risk of developing chronic suppurative otitis media. ItemPreliminary report on the northern Australian melioidosis environmental surveillance project(2004) Mayo, Mark J; Gal, Daniel; Currie, Bart John; Foster, N F; Inglis, T J; Powell, K; Norton, R ItemA Study of Environmental Tobacco Smoke in South Australian Pubs, Clubs and Cafes(2004) Esterman, Adrian Jeffrey; Cenko, C; Pisaniello, Dino L ItemThe zoonotic potential of dogs in Aboriginal communities in Central Australia.(2007) Bentham, Richard Henry; Gaskin, Sharyn Elizabeth; Cromar, Nancy Judith; Fallowfield, Howard John