Effects of high doses of inhaled corticosteroids on adrenal function in children with severe persistent asthma

Ninan, T K; Reid, I W; Carter, P E; Smail, P J; Russell, G
June 1993
Thorax;Jun1993, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p599
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