Treating acute cough: wet versus dry – have we got the paradigm wrong?

Morice Alyn H., Kantar Ahmad, Dicpinigaitis Peter V., Birring Surinder S., McGarvey Lorcan P., Chung Kian Fan

Source: ERJ Open Res 2015; 1: 00055-2015
Journal Issue: December

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