Havana Asthma Birth Cohort
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Publications

  1. Fernandez, S., et al., The association between living through a prolonged economic depression and the male:female birth ratio - a longitudinal study from Cuba 1960-2008. Am J Epidemiol, 2011. 174: p. 1327-1331.
  2. Venero-Fernandez, S., et al., Risk factors for wheezing in infants born in Cuba. Quarterly Journal Medicine, 2013. 106: p. 1023-1029.
  3. Suarez-Medina, R., et al., Risk factors for eczema in infants born in Cuba. BMC Dermatology, 2014: p. doi:10.1186/1471-5945-14-6.
  4. Fundora Hernández, H., et al., What are the main environmental exposures associated with elevated IgE in Cuban infants? A population-based study. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 2014: p. doi: 10.1111/tmi.12293.
  5. Venero Fernández, SJ, et al., Factores asociados a la sibilancia recurrente en lactantes de La Habana, Cuba. /Factors associated to the recurrent wheezing in nurslings of Havana, Cuba. Rev Cubana Hig Epidemiol 2015;53(1):X-X 
  6. Rosado García, FM, et al., Seroprevalencia de anticuerpos IgG anti-Toxoplasma gondii en infantes de La Habana. Parasitaria 2015;73(1): X-X.
  7. Josefina Venero-Fernández, S., Fundora-Hernández, H., Batista-Gutierrez, L., Suárez-Medina, R., de la C. Mora-Faife, E., García-García, G., del Valle-Infante, I., Gómez-Marrero, L., Britton, J., Fogarty, A. W. and HINASIC (Historia Natural de la Sibilancia en Cuba/Natural History of Wheezing in Cuba) Study Group (2016), The association of low birth weight with serum C reactive protein in 3-year-old children living in Cuba: A population-based prospective study. Am. J. Hum. Biol.. doi:10.1002/ajhb.22936

 

 

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