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A 3-month period of electronic monitoring can provide important information to the healthcare team to assess adherence and improve asthma control
Anja Jochmann, Luca Artusio, Jakob Usemann, Angela Jamalzadeh, Andrew Bush, Urs Frey, Louise J. Fleming
ERJ Open Res, 7 (3) 00726-2020; 10.1183/23120541.00726-2020
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Anja Jochmann, Luca Artusio, Jakob Usemann, Angela Jamalzadeh, Andrew Bush, Urs Frey, Louise J. Fleming. A 3-month period of electronic monitoring can provide important information to the healthcare team to assess adherence and improve asthma control. ERJ Open Res, 7 (3) 00726-2020; 10.1183/23120541.00726-2020
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