Prevalence of exercise induced bronchospasm in Kenyan school children: an urban-rural comparison

Ng'ang'a, L. W.; Odhiambo, J. A.; Mungai, M. W.; Gicheha, C. M.; Nderitu, P.; Maingi, B.; Macklem, P. T.; Becklake, M. R.
November 1998
Thorax;Nov1998, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p919
Academic Journal
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