Long Acting B-2 Agonists (LABA) or Anticholinergics (LAMA): Which one is more efficient in Group A COPD Patients?

M. Turan (Izmir, Turkey), N. Ogan (Ankara, Turkey), F. Bozkus (Kahramanmaras, Turkey), N. Sarioglu (Balikesir, Turkey), P. Turan (Izmir, Turkey), C. Satici (Istanbul, Turkey)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Inhaled treatments for COPD: real-world data
Session: Inhaled treatments for COPD: real-world data
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Number: 2405

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