Male sex, younger age and smoking contribute to low participating rate in an epidemiological study of asthma and respiratory symptoms

P. Räisänen (Umeå, Sweden), H. Backman (Umeå, Sweden), S. Jansson (Umeå, Sweden), L. Hedman (Umeå, Sweden), C. Stridsman (Luleå, Sweden), B. Lundbäck (Gotenburg, Sweden), A. Lindberg (Umeå, Sweden), E. Rönmark (Umeå, Sweden)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Epidemiology of asthma and allergy: prevalence, incidence and risk factors
Session: Epidemiology of asthma and allergy: prevalence, incidence and risk factors
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1159
Disease area: Airway diseases

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