Delayed puberty is common among young men with CF, but working with your CF care team to ensure you get good nutrition can help encourage healthy development and growth.
Learning that your baby has cystic fibrosis may come as a shock, especially if you do not have a family history of the disease, but you are not alone.
To aid clinicians, patients, and families in the best use of modulators, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation sponsored the creation of guidelines to inform discussions and support decision-making.
To help standardize the diagnosis of both infants with positive newborn screening results and older patients with what may be cystic fibrosis symptoms, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation worked with CF medical experts to develop guidelines on the steps leading to a confirmed diagnosis.
Most newborns in the United States are screened for CF at birth through newborn
Allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis is a hypersensitivity lung disease that results from exposure to Aspergillus fumigatus and occurs primarily in people with asthma or with cystic fibrosis. These guidelines were developed via a consensus conference of experts in 2003.
Chronic infection with P. aeruginosa is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Effective regimens include antibiotic therapy for newly acquired infection and routine surveillance with oropharyngeal cultures.
Updated from 2003, these guidelines on infection prevention and control for cystic fibrosis provide recommendations for people with CF, their families, and health care providers to help reduce the spread of germs in the clinic and hospital setting, as well as in everyday life.
Nontuberculous mycobacteria can cause chronic pulmonary infection or can reside in the lungs without causing progressive disease. Challenges include making decisions on when and how to initiate treatment.
These clinical care guidelines from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation provide recommendations for colorectal cancer screening for adults with CF.