December 2005
Thorax;Dec2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 60, pii107
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts on cough. They include "Predictors of Idiopathic Cough: Outcome of a Retrospective Analysis," by L. Polley, C. Cardwell, R. Costello and L.P.A. McGarvey, "Opiate Therapy in Chronic Intractable Cough," by J. Jackson, C. Wright, M. Menon and A.H. Morice, "Determining the Optimum Dose of Slow Release Morphine to Treat Chronic Intractable Cough: Observational Study," by C.E. Wright, J. Jackson, M. Menon and A.H. Morice and "Analysis of Cough Reflex Sensitivity Data," by B. Prudon, D.D Varo, I.D. Pavord and S.S. Birring.


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