Now showing items 1-3 of 3

    • A cluster-based analysis evaluating the impact of comorbidities in fibrotic interstitial lung disease 

      Wong, Alyson W; Lee, Tae Y; Johannson, Kerri A; Assayag, Deborah; Morisset, Julie; Fell, Charlene D; Fisher, Jolene H; Shapera, Shane; Gershon, Andrea S; Cox, Gerard; Halayko, Andrew J; Hambly, Nathan; Manganas, Helene; Sadatsafavi, Mohsen; Wilcox, Pearce G; To, Teresa; Marcoux, Veronica; Khalil, Nasreen; Kolb, Martin; Ryerson, Christopher J (2020-12-07)
      Abstract Background Comorbidities are frequent and have been associated with poor quality of life, increased hospitalizations, and mortality in patients with interstitial lung disease (ILD). However, it is unclear how ...
    • The Canadian Registry for Pulmonary Fibrosis: Design and Rationale of a National Pulmonary Fibrosis Registry 

      Ryerson, Christopher J.; Tan, Benjamin; Fell, Charlene D.; Manganas, Hélène; Shapera, Shane; Mittoo, Shikha; Sadatsafavi, Mohsen; To, Teresa; Gershon, Andrea; Fisher, Jolene H.; Johannson, Kerri A.; Hambly, Nathan; Khalil, Nasreen; Marras, Theodore K.; Morisset, Julie; Wilcox, Pearce G.; Halayko, Andrew J.; Khan, Mohammad Adil; Kolb, Martin (2016-4-5)
      Background. The relative rarity and diversity of fibrotic interstitial lung disease (ILD) have made it challenging to study these diseases in single-centre cohorts. Here we describe formation of a multicentre Canadian ...
    • Validation and minimum important difference of the UCSD Shortness of Breath Questionnaire in fibrotic interstitial lung disease 

      Chen, Tao; Tsai, Amy P. Y.; Hur, Seo A.; Wong, Alyson W.; Sadatsafavi, Mohsen; Fisher, Jolene H.; Johannson, Kerri A.; Assayag, Deborah; Morisset, Julie; Shapera, Shane; Khalil, Nasreen; Fell, Charlene D.; Manganas, Helene; Cox, Gerard; To, Teresa; Gershon, Andrea S.; Hambly, Nathan; Halayko, Andrew J.; Wilcox, Pearce G.; Kolb, Martin; Ryerson, Christopher J. (2021-07-08)
      Abstract Rationale The University of California, San Diego Shortness of Breath Questionnaire (UCSDSOBQ) is a frequently used domain-specific dyspnea questionnaire; however, ...