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    Additional file 1: of An assessment of dental caries among young Aboriginal children in New South Wales, Australia: a cross-sectional study

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    Flow diagram explaining recruitment and data available based on STROBE [ 27 ]. Flow diagram explaining recruitment and data available based on STROBE. (DOCX 24 kb

    Antibiotic resistance (proportion of carriers) in respiratory bacteria from Australian and Alaskan children at baseline and end of study.

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    *<p>P&lt;0.05, ** P&lt;0.01 for difference in resistance between Australian and Alaskan carriers; CI, confidence interval.</p>1<p>MacR, macrolide-resistant: azithromycin (Australia) and erythromycin (Alaska) minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) &gt;0.5 mg/L.</p>2<p>AziIR, azithromycin intermediate resistant: MIC &gt;0.12–4 mg/L; AziR, azithromycin resistant: MIC &gt;4 mg/L for Australian children.</p>3<p>All isolates from Alaskan children were susceptible on disk diffusion; MICs were not determined.</p>4<p>Isolates from one swab did not grow on sensitivity plates.</p>5<p>EryR, erythromycin resistant on disk diffusion.</p>6<p>PenIR, penicillin intermediate resistant: MIC &gt;0.06–2 mg/L; no resistant (MIC &gt;2 mg/L) isolates were detected in either cohort.</p>7<p>AmpR, ampicillin MIC &gt;1 mg/L.</p>8<p>BLpos, beta-lactamase positive.</p>9<p>MethR, methicillin resistant on disk diffusion.</p