Objective characterisation of difficult asthma in the WATCH study

A. Freeman (Southampton, United Kingdom), H. Mistry (Southampton, United Kingdom), A. Azim (Southampton, United Kingdom), M. Harvey (Southampton, United Kingdom), K. Gove (Southampton, United Kingdom), H. Haitchi (Southampton, United Kingdom), C. Newell (Southampton, United Kingdom), P. Dennison (Southampton, United Kingdom), T. Wilkinson (Southampton, United Kingdom), R. Kurukulaaratchy (Southampton, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Asthma and drugs
Session: Asthma and drugs
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 3981
Disease area: Airway diseases

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A. Freeman (Southampton, United Kingdom), H. Mistry (Southampton, United Kingdom), A. Azim (Southampton, United Kingdom), M. Harvey (Southampton, United Kingdom), K. Gove (Southampton, United Kingdom), H. Haitchi (Southampton, United Kingdom), C. Newell (Southampton, United Kingdom), P. Dennison (Southampton, United Kingdom), T. Wilkinson (Southampton, United Kingdom), R. Kurukulaaratchy (Southampton, United Kingdom). Objective characterisation of difficult asthma in the WATCH study. 3981

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