FASE-CPHG Study: Identification of asthma phenotypes in the French Severe Asthma Study using cluster analysis

C. Raherison-Semjen (Bordeaux, France), A. Prudhomme (Tarbes, France), C. Nocent-Eijnani (Bayonne, France), J. Oster (Colmar, France), C. Maurer (Montfermeil, France), D. Coetmoeur (Saint Brieuc, France), B. Lemaire (Orleans , France), T. Didi (Annecy, France), E. Parrat (Papeete), D. Debieuvre (Mulhouse, France), L. Portel (Libourne, France)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Determinants and monitoring of asthma control
Session: Determinants and monitoring of asthma control
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 5497
Disease area: Airway diseases

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