Asthma control and COPD symptom burden: results from a multi-country observational study (SPRINT) in patients using fixed dose combination (FDC) inhalers

N. Roche (Paris, France), V. Plaza (Barcelona, Spain), V. Backer (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Van Der Palen (Enschede, Netherlands), I. Cerveri (Pavia, Italy), C. Gonzalez (Valencia, Spain), G. Safioti (Amsterdam, Netherlands), I. Scheepstra (Amsterdam, Netherlands), O. Patino (Amsterdam, Netherlands), D. Singh (Manchester, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Pulmonary drug delivery: inhaler use, devices and technologies
Session: Pulmonary drug delivery: inhaler use, devices and technologies
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1006
Disease area: Airway diseases

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