Respiratory symptoms as predictors of 27 year mortality in a representative sample of British adults

Carpenter, Lucy; Beral, Valerie; Strachan, David; Ebi-Kryston, Kristie L.; Inskip, Hazel
August 1989
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/5/89, Vol. 299 Issue 6695, p357
Academic Journal
Examines the association of chronic bronchitis with adult mortality in Great Britain. Effect of reversible airflow obstruction on irreversible ventilatory function; Use of questionnaire on respiratory symptoms; Definition of chronic bronchitis.


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