Late Breaking Abstract - Low lung function, sudden cardiac death and non-fatal coronary events in the general population

S. Zaigham (Malmö, Sweden), K. Eriksson (Malmö, Sweden), P. Wollmer (Malmö, Sweden), G. Engström (Malmö, Sweden)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Asthma burden and management I
Session: Asthma burden and management I
Session type: E-poster
Number: 623

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