Late Breaking Abstract - A randomized clinical study to assess the impact of budesonide/formoterol (BUD/FM) pMDI medication reminders on adherence in COPD patients

G. Criner (Philadelphia, United States of America), T. Cole (Rockville, United States of America), K. Hahn (Boston, United States of America), K. Kastango (Boston, United States of America), J. Eudicone (Wilmington, United States of America), I. Gilbert (Wilmington, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Integrating pharmacological and non-pharmacological management in COPD: are we there yet?
Disease area: Airway diseases

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G. Criner (Philadelphia, United States of America), T. Cole (Rockville, United States of America), K. Hahn (Boston, United States of America), K. Kastango (Boston, United States of America), J. Eudicone (Wilmington, United States of America), I. Gilbert (Wilmington, United States of America). Late Breaking Abstract - A randomized clinical study to assess the impact of budesonide/formoterol (BUD/FM) pMDI medication reminders on adherence in COPD patients. 1988

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