The Relationship Between Symptoms, Exacerbations And Treatment Response in Bronchiectasis

Y. Gao (zhengzhou, China), H. Abo-Leyah (Dundee, United Kingdom), S. Finch (Dundee, United Kingdom), M. Lonergan (Dundee, United Kingdom), S. Aliberti (Milan, Italy), A. De Soyza (Newcastle, United Kingdom), T. C Fardon (Newcastle, United Kingdom), G. Tino (Philadelphia, United States of America), J. D Chalmers (Dundee, United Kingdom)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Bronchiectasis: epidemiology, endotyping and therapy
Session: Bronchiectasis: epidemiology, endotyping and therapy
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4104
Disease area: Airway diseases

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