Outcomes in protracted bacterial bronchitis (PBB): a five year prospective cohort study

T. Ruffles (Brisbane, Australia), J. Marchant (Brisbane, Australia), I. Masters (Brisbane, Australia), H. Buntain (Brisbane, Australia), G. Busch (Brisbane, Australia), J. Upham (Brisbane, Australia), D. Wurzel (Melbourne, Australia), S. Yerkovich (Brisbane, Australia), P. Gibson (Newcastle, Australia), K. Baines (Newcastle, Australia), S. Jodie (Newcastle, Australia), S. Pizzutto (Darwin, Australia), S. Hodge (Adelaide, Australia), G. Hodge (Adelaide, Australia), A. Chang (Brisbane, Australia)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Paediatric respiratory infections: translational and clinical perspectives
Session: Paediatric respiratory infections: translational and clinical perspectives
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3608
Disease area: Paediatric lung diseases

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T. Ruffles (Brisbane, Australia), J. Marchant (Brisbane, Australia), I. Masters (Brisbane, Australia), H. Buntain (Brisbane, Australia), G. Busch (Brisbane, Australia), J. Upham (Brisbane, Australia), D. Wurzel (Melbourne, Australia), S. Yerkovich (Brisbane, Australia), P. Gibson (Newcastle, Australia), K. Baines (Newcastle, Australia), S. Jodie (Newcastle, Australia), S. Pizzutto (Darwin, Australia), S. Hodge (Adelaide, Australia), G. Hodge (Adelaide, Australia), A. Chang (Brisbane, Australia). Outcomes in protracted bacterial bronchitis (PBB): a five year prospective cohort study. 3608

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