Effect of inhaled prostaglandin E2 on bronchial reactivity to sodium metabisulphite and methacholine in patients with asthma

Pavord, I D; Wisniewski, A; Mathur, R; Wahedna, I; Knox, A J; Tattersfield, A E
September 1991
Thorax;Sep1991, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p633
Academic Journal
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