Feasibility of an exercise challenge test in a low-resource community settings to diagnose exercise-induced airway hyperresponsiveness in children

M. Islam (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Cunningham (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Ahmed (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Huq (Dhaka, Bangladesh), L. Aktar (Dhaka, Bangladesh), A. Islam (Dhaka, Bangladesh), A. Baqui (Dhaka, Bangladesh), A. Sheikh (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Saha (Dhaka, Bangladesh), H. Nair (Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Risk factors, comorbidities and remote monitoring in childhood asthma
Session: Risk factors, comorbidities and remote monitoring in childhood asthma
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 415
Disease area: Airway diseases, Paediatric lung diseases

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M. Islam (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Cunningham (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Ahmed (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Huq (Dhaka, Bangladesh), L. Aktar (Dhaka, Bangladesh), A. Islam (Dhaka, Bangladesh), A. Baqui (Dhaka, Bangladesh), A. Sheikh (Edinburgh, United Kingdom), S. Saha (Dhaka, Bangladesh), H. Nair (Edinburgh, United Kingdom). Feasibility of an exercise challenge test in a low-resource community settings to diagnose exercise-induced airway hyperresponsiveness in children. 415

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