Development of the Birmingham Lung Improvement Studies (BLISS) prognostic score for COPD patients in primary care: data from the Birmingham COPD cohort

R. Jordan (Birmingham, United Kingdom), D. Fitzmaurice (Warwick, United Kingdom), J. Martin (Birmingham, United Kingdom), J. Ayres (Birmingham, United Kingdom), K. Cheng (Birmingham, United Kingdom), B. Cooper (Birmingham, United Kingdom), A. Daley (Loughborough, United Kingdom), A. Dickens (Birmingham, United Kingdom), A. Enocson (Birmingham, United Kingdom), S. Greenfield (Birmingham, United Kingdom), M. Miller (Birmingham, United Kingdom), R. Riley (Keele, United Kingdom), S. Siebert (Birmingham, United Kingdom), R. Stockley (Birmingham, United Kingdom), A. Turner (Birmingham, United Kingdom), P. Adab (Birmingham, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Diagnosis and assessment of airway diseases in primary care
Session: Diagnosis and assessment of airway diseases in primary care
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 257

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R. Jordan (Birmingham, United Kingdom), D. Fitzmaurice (Warwick, United Kingdom), J. Martin (Birmingham, United Kingdom), J. Ayres (Birmingham, United Kingdom), K. Cheng (Birmingham, United Kingdom), B. Cooper (Birmingham, United Kingdom), A. Daley (Loughborough, United Kingdom), A. Dickens (Birmingham, United Kingdom), A. Enocson (Birmingham, United Kingdom), S. Greenfield (Birmingham, United Kingdom), M. Miller (Birmingham, United Kingdom), R. Riley (Keele, United Kingdom), S. Siebert (Birmingham, United Kingdom), R. Stockley (Birmingham, United Kingdom), A. Turner (Birmingham, United Kingdom), P. Adab (Birmingham, United Kingdom). Development of the Birmingham Lung Improvement Studies (BLISS) prognostic score for COPD patients in primary care: data from the Birmingham COPD cohort. 257

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