Heather J. Zar mainly focuses on Tuberculosis, Internal medicine, Pediatrics, Immunology and Sputum. Her studies deal with areas such as Radiology, Mediastinal lymphadenopathy, Surgery and Intensive care medicine as well as Tuberculosis. The various areas that Heather J. Zar examines in her Internal medicine study include Blood culture and Pathology.
The concepts of her Pediatrics study are interwoven with issues in Epidemiology, Incidence, Meta-analysis, Disease and Asthma. Her Asthma study combines topics in areas such as Family medicine, Public health, Disease management and Allergy. Her work deals with themes such as Nasopharyngeal aspirate and Pulmonary tuberculosis, which intersect with Sputum.
Her primary areas of investigation include Pediatrics, Internal medicine, Tuberculosis, Intensive care medicine and Pneumonia. Her work carried out in the field of Pediatrics brings together such families of science as Epidemiology, Incidence, Antiretroviral therapy, Lung function and Cohort. Her Internal medicine study incorporates themes from Gastroenterology, Sputum and Surgery.
Her Tuberculosis research includes elements of Nasopharyngeal aspirate, Prospective cohort study and Drug resistance. Her studies in Intensive care medicine integrate themes in fields like Disease and Asthma. The Asthma study which covers Environmental health that intersects with Public health.
Her primary areas of investigation include Pediatrics, Environmental health, Internal medicine, Epidemiology and Tuberculosis. Her Pediatrics research includes themes of Respiratory tract infections, Incidence, Bronchiectasis, Interstitial lung disease and Cohort. Her Environmental health research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Mortality rate, Public health, Developing country, Pandemic and Risk factor.
The Epidemiology study combines topics in areas such as Socioeconomic status, Malnutrition and Community-acquired pneumonia, Pneumonia. Her work is connected to Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Lipoarabinomannan and Sputum, as a part of Tuberculosis. Her work in Disease addresses issues such as Family medicine, which are connected to fields such as Asthma.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental health, Global health, Pediatrics, Mortality rate and Pandemic. The study incorporates disciplines such as Poverty, Public health and Tropical disease in addition to Environmental health. Heather J. Zar works mostly in the field of Global health, limiting it down to concerns involving Developing country and, occasionally, Viral pneumonia, Hygiene and Pneumonia.
Her Pediatrics research integrates issues from Respiratory tract infections, Incidence, Quality of life and Antiretroviral therapy. Her Mortality rate study deals with Risk factor intersecting with Verbal autopsy, Disability-adjusted life year, COPD and Respiratory disease. Her Tuberculosis research focuses on Sputum in particular.
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Global strategy for asthma management and prevention: GINA executive summary.
E D Bateman;S S Hurd;P J Barnes;J Bousquet.
European Respiratory Journal (2008)
Global, regional, and national disease burden estimates of acute lower respiratory infections due to respiratory syncytial virus in young children in 2015: a systematic review and modelling study.
Ting Shi;David A. McAllister;Katherine L. O'Brien;Eric A. F. Simoes.
The Lancet (2017)
International consensus on (ICON) pediatric asthma
N. G. Papadopoulos;H. Arakawa;A. Custovic;J. Gern.
Induced sputum versus gastric lavage for microbiological confirmation of pulmonary tuberculosis in infants and young children: a prospective study
Heather J Zar;David Hanslo;Patricia Apolles;George Swingler.
The Lancet (2005)
Diverse Pseudomonas aeruginosa gene products stimulate respiratory epithelial cells to produce interleukin-8.
Emily DiMango;Heather J. Zar;Ruth Bryan;Alice Prince.
Journal of Clinical Investigation (1995)
After asthma: redefining airways diseases
Ian D Pavord;Richard Beasley;Alvar Agusti;Gary P Anderson.
The Lancet (2017)
Global strategy for the diagnosis and management of asthma in children 5 years and younger.
Soren Erik Pedersen;Suzanne S. Hurd;Robert F. Lemanske;Allan Becker.
Pediatric Pulmonology (2011)
Accuracy of the Xpert MTB/RIF test for the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in children admitted to hospital in Cape Town, South Africa: a descriptive study.
Mark P Nicol;Mark P Nicol;Lesley Workman;Washiefa Isaacs;Jacinta Munro.
Lancet Infectious Diseases (2011)
Effect of isoniazid prophylaxis on mortality and incidence of tuberculosis in children with HIV: randomised controlled trial.
Heather J Zar;Mark F Cotton;Stanzi Strauss;Janine Karpakis.
Prevalence of symptoms of asthma, rhinitis and eczema in 13- to 14-year-old children in Africa: the International Study of Asthma and Allergies in Childhood Phase III.
N. Ait-Khaled;J. Odhiambo;N. Pearce;K.S. Adjoh.
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