Exercise-induced symptoms predict persistence of wheeze into adolescence in a clinical population

C. de Jong (Bern, Switzerland), E. Pedersen (Bern, Switzerland), M. Goutaki (Bern, Switzerland), D. Trachsel (Basel, Switzerland), J. Barben (St. Gallen, Switzerland), C. Kuehni (Bern, Switzerland)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Paediatric asthma: new mechanisms and tools
Session: Paediatric asthma: new mechanisms and tools
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 1307
Disease area: Paediatric lung diseases

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C. de Jong (Bern, Switzerland), E. Pedersen (Bern, Switzerland), M. Goutaki (Bern, Switzerland), D. Trachsel (Basel, Switzerland), J. Barben (St. Gallen, Switzerland), C. Kuehni (Bern, Switzerland). Exercise-induced symptoms predict persistence of wheeze into adolescence in a clinical population. 1307

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