Late Breaking Abstract - A connected inhaler system improves adherence to fluticasone furoate/vilanterol in asthma

A. Moore (Stockley Park, United Kingdom), A. Preece (Stockley Park, United Kingdom), R. Sharma (Brentford, United Kingdom), L. Heaney (Northern Ireland, Ireland), R. Costello (Dublin, Ireland), R. Wise (Baltimore, United States of America), A. Ludwig-Sengpiel (Lübeck, Germany), G. Mosnaim (Evanston, Illinois, United States of America), J. Rees (Stockley Park, United Kingdom), R. Tomlinson (Upper Providence, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States of America), R. Tal-Singer (Upper Providence, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States of America), N. Barnes (Brentford; London , United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Blood eosinophils and more in airway diseases
Session: Blood eosinophils and more in airway diseases
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3561

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A. Moore (Stockley Park, United Kingdom), A. Preece (Stockley Park, United Kingdom), R. Sharma (Brentford, United Kingdom), L. Heaney (Northern Ireland, Ireland), R. Costello (Dublin, Ireland), R. Wise (Baltimore, United States of America), A. Ludwig-Sengpiel (Lübeck, Germany), G. Mosnaim (Evanston, Illinois, United States of America), J. Rees (Stockley Park, United Kingdom), R. Tomlinson (Upper Providence, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States of America), R. Tal-Singer (Upper Providence, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, United States of America), N. Barnes (Brentford; London , United Kingdom). Late Breaking Abstract - A connected inhaler system improves adherence to fluticasone furoate/vilanterol in asthma. 3561

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