Inflammatory biomarkers are associated with aetiology and predict outcomes in community-acquired pneumonia: results of a 5-year follow-up cohort study

William W. Siljan, Jan C. Holter, Annika E. Michelsen, Ståle H. Nymo, Trine Lauritzen, Kjersti Oppen, Einar Husebye, Thor Ueland, Tom E. Mollnes, Pål Aukrust, Lars Heggelund

Source: ERJ Open Res, 5 (1) 00014-2019; 10.1183/23120541.00014-2019
Journal Issue: February
Disease area: Respiratory infections

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William W. Siljan, Jan C. Holter, Annika E. Michelsen, Ståle H. Nymo, Trine Lauritzen, Kjersti Oppen, Einar Husebye, Thor Ueland, Tom E. Mollnes, Pål Aukrust, Lars Heggelund. Inflammatory biomarkers are associated with aetiology and predict outcomes in community-acquired pneumonia: results of a 5-year follow-up cohort study. ERJ Open Res, 5 (1) 00014-2019; 10.1183/23120541.00014-2019

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