Comparison between Nasal Swabs and Nasopharyngeal Aspirates for, and Effect of Time in Transit on, Isolation of Streptococcus pneumoniae, Staphylococcus aureus, Haemophilus influenzae, and Moraxella catarrhalis
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Palmu, A.; Ware, R.; Lambert, S.; Sarna, Mohinder; Bialasiewicz, S.; Seib, K.; Atack, J.; Nissen, M.; Grimwood, K. (2019)Background: Most respiratory bacterial carriage studies in children are based on cross-sectional samples or longitudinal studies with infrequent sampling points. The prospective Observational Research in Childhood Infectious ...
Role of viral and bacterial pathogens in causing pneumonia among Western Australian children: A case-control study protocolBhuiyan, M.; Snelling, Thomas; West, R.; Lang, J.; Rahman, T.; Borland, M.; Thornton, R.; Kirkham, L.; Sikazwe, C.; Martin, A.; Richmond, P.; Smith, D.; Jaffe, A.; Blyth, C. (2018)Introduction: Pneumonia is the leading cause of childhood morbidity and mortality globally. Introduction of the conjugate Haemophilus influenzae B and multivalent pneumococcal vaccines in developed countries including ...
Seasonality of respiratory viral identification varies with age and Aboriginality in metropolitan Western AustraliaMoore, H.; de Klerk, N.; Richmond, P.; Keil, A.; Lindsay, K.; Plant, Aileen; Lehmann, Deborah (2009)Background: Viral respiratory infections are a major cause of pediatric illness. It is not known whether seasonality of viruses differs between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children of varying ages. Methods: We extracted ...