Late Breaking Abstract - Pneumonia risk in COPD patients initiating extrafine Fixed Dose Combination (FDC) with beclometasone dipropionate (ef-FDC-BDP) versus long-acting bronchodilators (LABD)

D. Price (Singapore, Singapore), W. Henley (Singapore, Singapore), V. Carter (Singapore, Singapore), D. Skinner (Singapore, Singapore), R. Vella (Singapore, Singapore), A. Papi (Ferrara, Italy), L. Fabbri (Ferrara, Italy), H. Kerstjens (Groningen, Netherlands), N. Roche (Paris, France), D. Singh (Manchester, United Kingdom), C. Vogelmeier (Marburg, Germany), E. Sen (Ankara, Turkey), J. Cançado (São Paulo, Brazil), E. Nudo (Parma, Italy), S. Barile (Parma, Italy), G. Georges (Parma, Italy)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Airway pharmacology: translational and basic science
Session: Airway pharmacology: translational and basic science
Session type: E-poster
Number: 560

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