Late Breaking Abstract - Small Airways Dysfunction (SAD) correlates with relevant asthma outcomes: longitudinal results from the AssessmenT of smalL Airways involvemeNT In aSthma (ATLANTIS) Study

M. Kraft (Tucson, United States of America), G. Nicolini (Parma (PR), Italy), M. Van Den Berge (Groningen, Netherlands), C. Brightling (Leicester, United Kingdom), L. Fabbri (Ferrara, Italy), T. Van Der Molen (Groningen, Netherlands), A. Papi (Ferrara, Italy), K. Rabe (Kiel, Germany), S. Siddiqui (Leicester, United Kingdom), D. Singh (Manchester, United Kingdom), D. Postma (Groningen, Netherlands)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Lung function tests and exhaled biomarkers
Session: Lung function tests and exhaled biomarkers
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 139
Disease area: Airway diseases, Paediatric lung diseases

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M. Kraft (Tucson, United States of America), G. Nicolini (Parma (PR), Italy), M. Van Den Berge (Groningen, Netherlands), C. Brightling (Leicester, United Kingdom), L. Fabbri (Ferrara, Italy), T. Van Der Molen (Groningen, Netherlands), A. Papi (Ferrara, Italy), K. Rabe (Kiel, Germany), S. Siddiqui (Leicester, United Kingdom), D. Singh (Manchester, United Kingdom), D. Postma (Groningen, Netherlands). Late Breaking Abstract - Small Airways Dysfunction (SAD) correlates with relevant asthma outcomes: longitudinal results from the AssessmenT of smalL Airways involvemeNT In aSthma (ATLANTIS) Study. 139

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