Late Breaking Abstract - High blood neutrophils are associated with increased exacerbations and mortality in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

M. Lonergan (Dundee, United Kingdom), A. Dicker (Dundee, United Kingdom), M. Crichton (Dundee, United Kingdom), C. Fong (Dundee, United Kingdom), H. Keir (Dundee, United Kingdom), A. Cassidy (Dundee, United Kingdom), M. Van Dyke (Collegeville, United States of America), H. Mullerova (Uxbridge, United Kingdom), B. Miller (Collegeville, United States of America), R. Tal-Singer (Collegeville, United States of America), J. Chalmers (Dundee, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – COPD clinical studies: bronchodilators, corticosteroids and more
Session: COPD clinical studies: bronchodilators, corticosteroids and more
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 3371

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M. Lonergan (Dundee, United Kingdom), A. Dicker (Dundee, United Kingdom), M. Crichton (Dundee, United Kingdom), C. Fong (Dundee, United Kingdom), H. Keir (Dundee, United Kingdom), A. Cassidy (Dundee, United Kingdom), M. Van Dyke (Collegeville, United States of America), H. Mullerova (Uxbridge, United Kingdom), B. Miller (Collegeville, United States of America), R. Tal-Singer (Collegeville, United States of America), J. Chalmers (Dundee, United Kingdom). Late Breaking Abstract - High blood neutrophils are associated with increased exacerbations and mortality in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. 3371

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