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  • Nontuberculous mycobacterial lung disease in a high tuberculosis incidence setting in Brazil. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Bras Pneumol 2018; 44(2):106-111
  • Carneiro MDS, Nunes LS, … Unis G
  • CONCLUSIONS: MAC and M. kansasii were the most prevalent species involved in NTMLD in the state, similarly to what occurs in other regions of Brazil. Data on regional epidemiology of NTMLD, its specific etiology, and associated conditions are essential to establish appropriate treatment, since each species requires specific regimens. Most patients with NTMLD had received previous tuberculosis treatment, which might lead to development of resistance and late diagnosis.
  • Outcomes of lung transplantation in adults with bronchiectasis. [Journal Article]
  • BPBMC Pulm Med 2018 May 22; 18(1):82
  • Birch J, Sunny SS, … De Soyza A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Lung transplantation for end-stage BR is a useful therapeutic option, with good survival and lung function outcomes. Survival values were similar to other bilateral lung transplants at our centre. Pre-transplantation Pseudomonas infection is common.
  • Patient information, education and self-management in bronchiectasis: facilitating improvements to optimise health outcomes. [Review]
  • BPBMC Pulm Med 2018 May 22; 18(1):80
  • Hester KLM, Newton J, … De Soyza A
  • CONCLUSIONS: To date, little research has been undertaken to improve self-management in bronchiectasis in comparison to other chronic conditions, such as COPD, for which there has been a wealth of recent developments. Qualitative work has begun to establish that information deficit is one of the potential barriers to self-management, and that patients feel having credible information is fundamental when learning to live with and manage bronchiectasis. Emerging research offers some insights into ways of improving treatment adherence and approaches to self-management education; highlighting ways of addressing the specific unmet information needs of patients and their families who are living with bronchiectasis.We propose non-pharmacological recommendations to optimise patient self-management and symptom recognition; with the aim of facilitating measurable improvements in health outcomes for patients with bronchiectasis.
  • Bronchiectasis: an emerging global epidemic. [Editorial]
  • BPBMC Pulm Med 2018 May 22; 18(1):76
  • Chotirmall SH, Chalmers JD
  • Bronchiectasis has an increasing profile within respiratory medicine. This chronic and irreversible airways disease is common but suffers from a lack of evidenced based therapy for patients and, a la...
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