TITLE

Airways disease: clinical management

PUB. DATE
December 2005
SOURCE
Thorax;Dec2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 60, pii55
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Abstract
ABSTRACT
The article presents abstracts of medical research related to asthma. They include "Tidal Breathing at Residual Volume May Be Associated With Severe Asthma," by C.O. Prys-Picard and R.M. Niven, "Non-Adherence Remains a Major Problem in Difficult Asthma," by J. Gamble, A. Lazenbatt, and L.G. Heaney, "Pattern of Suppression of Exhaled Nitric Oxide After Intramuscular Triamcinalone in Difficult Paediatric Asthma," by J.R. Panickar and J. Grigg, "Evaluating Asthma Control," by M. Adams, A.V. Kamath, C.F. Ramsey, and B.D. Harison, and "Categorising the Asthma Phenotype: Results of a Factor Analysis," by P. Haldar, R.H. Green, M.A. Berry, A.J. Wardlaw, and I.D. Pavord.
ACCESSION #
19836640

 

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