Heterogeneity of bronchiolitis: a clustering approach to identify different endotypes in hospitalized infants

L. Petrarca (Rome, Italy), R. Nenna (Rome, Italy), A. Frassanito (Rome, Italy), S. Arima (Rome, Italy), G. Di Mattia (Rome, Italy), A. Pierangeli (Rome, Italy), E. Marchionne (Rome, Italy), C. Scagnolari (Rome, Italy), V. Ferraro (Rome, Italy), A. Viscido (Rome, Italy), S. Castaldi (Rome, Italy), F. Midulla (Rome, Italy)

Source: International Congress 2019 – New insights into childhood infections: from viral bronchiolitis to bronchiolitis obliterans
Disease area: Paediatric lung diseases, Respiratory infections

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L. Petrarca (Rome, Italy), R. Nenna (Rome, Italy), A. Frassanito (Rome, Italy), S. Arima (Rome, Italy), G. Di Mattia (Rome, Italy), A. Pierangeli (Rome, Italy), E. Marchionne (Rome, Italy), C. Scagnolari (Rome, Italy), V. Ferraro (Rome, Italy), A. Viscido (Rome, Italy), S. Castaldi (Rome, Italy), F. Midulla (Rome, Italy). Heterogeneity of bronchiolitis: a clustering approach to identify different endotypes in hospitalized infants. 1004

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