Asthma is still a risk factor for mortality in Sweden and Norway – the Nordic EpiLung Study

H. Backman (Umeå, Sweden), L. Bhatta (Trondheim, Norway), L. Hedman (Umeå, Sweden), B. Brumpton (Trondheim, Norway), I. Vähätalo (Seinäjoki, Finland), P. Lassman-Klee (Helsinki, Finland), B. Nwaru (Gothenburg, Sweden), X. Mai (Trondheim, Norway), S. Vikjord (Levanger, Norway), A. Lindberg (Umeå, Sweden), B. Lundbäck (Gothenburg, Sweden), E. Rönmark (Umeå, Sweden), A. Langhammer (Levanger, Norway)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Asthma epidemiology in the 21st century
Session: Asthma epidemiology in the 21st century
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2778
Disease area: Airway diseases

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H. Backman (Umeå, Sweden), L. Bhatta (Trondheim, Norway), L. Hedman (Umeå, Sweden), B. Brumpton (Trondheim, Norway), I. Vähätalo (Seinäjoki, Finland), P. Lassman-Klee (Helsinki, Finland), B. Nwaru (Gothenburg, Sweden), X. Mai (Trondheim, Norway), S. Vikjord (Levanger, Norway), A. Lindberg (Umeå, Sweden), B. Lundbäck (Gothenburg, Sweden), E. Rönmark (Umeå, Sweden), A. Langhammer (Levanger, Norway). Asthma is still a risk factor for mortality in Sweden and Norway – the Nordic EpiLung Study. 2778

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