What determines levels of passive smoking in children with asthma?

Irvine, Linda; Crombie, Iain K.; Clark, Roland A.; Slane, Peter W.; Goodman, Kirsty E.; Feyerabend, Colin; Cater, John I.; Irvine, L; Crombie, I K; Clark, R A; Slane, P W; Goodman, K E; Feyerabend, C; Cater, J I
September 1997
Thorax;Sep1997, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p766
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