Late Breaking Abstract - Trial of c-reactive protein point of care testing (CRP-POCT) for safely reducing antibiotics for acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in primary care

C. Butler (Oxford, United Kingdom), D. Gillespie (Cardiff, United Kingdom), P. White (London, United Kingdom), J. Bates (Cardiff, United Kingdom), R. Lowe (Cardiff, United Kingdom), E. Thomas-Jones (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Wooton (Cardiff, United Kingdom), K. Hood (Cardiff, United Kingdom), R. Phillips (Cardiff, United Kingdom), H. Melbye (Tromso, Norway), C. Llor (Tarragona, Spain), J. Cals (Oxford, United Kingdom), G. Naik (Cardiff, United Kingdom), N. Kirby (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Gal (Cardiff, United Kingdom), E. Riga (Oxford, United Kingdom), N. Francis (Cardiff, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Primary care management of respiratory conditions
Session: Primary care management of respiratory conditions
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 284
Disease area: Airway diseases

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C. Butler (Oxford, United Kingdom), D. Gillespie (Cardiff, United Kingdom), P. White (London, United Kingdom), J. Bates (Cardiff, United Kingdom), R. Lowe (Cardiff, United Kingdom), E. Thomas-Jones (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Wooton (Cardiff, United Kingdom), K. Hood (Cardiff, United Kingdom), R. Phillips (Cardiff, United Kingdom), H. Melbye (Tromso, Norway), C. Llor (Tarragona, Spain), J. Cals (Oxford, United Kingdom), G. Naik (Cardiff, United Kingdom), N. Kirby (Cardiff, United Kingdom), M. Gal (Cardiff, United Kingdom), E. Riga (Oxford, United Kingdom), N. Francis (Cardiff, United Kingdom). Late Breaking Abstract - Trial of c-reactive protein point of care testing (CRP-POCT) for safely reducing antibiotics for acute exacerbations of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in primary care. 284

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