COPD characteristics and progression of patients with high vs low health status: an analysis of the observational DACCORD study

H. Worth (Fuerth, Germany), C. Criée (Bovenden, Germany), P. Kardos (Frankfurt am Main, Germany), V. Obermoser (Nuremberg, Germany), K. Berschneider (Nuremberg, Germany), R. Buhl (Mainz, Germany), C. Vogelmeier (Marburg, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2019 – COPD treatment: cohorts and real-world studies
Session: COPD treatment: cohorts and real-world studies
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2493
Disease area: Airway diseases

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