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Prevalence and nature of lung function abnormalities among Indigenous Australians referred to specialist respiratory outreach clinics in the Northern Territory

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Poor lung function is a predictor of future all‐cause mortality. In Australia, respiratory diseases are particularly prevalent among the indigenous population, especially in remote communities. However, there are little published pulmonary function tests’ (PFT) data of remote‐based adult indigenous patients.
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Keywords: COPD; clinical epidemiology; clinical respiratory medicine; environmental and occupational health and epidemiology; respiratory function tests

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2019

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