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Articles published in Can Respir J

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    January 2018
  1. WANG X, Li Q, Liu R, He J, et al
    ADRB2 Arg16Gly Polymorphism and Pulmonary Function Response of Inhaled Corticosteroids plus Long-Acting Beta Agonists for Asthma Treatment: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:5712805.
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  2. CHARI VM, McIvor RA
    Tiotropium for the Treatment of Asthma: Patient Selection and Perspectives.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:3464960.
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  3. PERSSON H, Lindberg A, Stenfors N
    Asthma Control and Asthma Medication Use among Swedish Elite Endurance Athletes.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:4646852.
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  4. ELISEEVA TI, Krasilnikova SV, Geppe NA, Babaev SY, et al
    Effect of Nasal Obstructive Disorders on Sinonasal Symptoms in Children with Different Levels of Bronchial Asthma Control.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:4835823.
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  5. DUONG-QUY S, Tran Van H, Vo Thi Kim A, Pham Huy Q, et al
    Clinical and Functional Characteristics of Subjects with Asthma, COPD, and Asthma-COPD Overlap: A Multicentre Study in Vietnam.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:1732946.
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  6. WANG X, Li Q, Liu R, He J, et al
    Erratum to "ADRB2 Arg16Gly Polymorphism and Pulmonary Function Response of Inhaled Corticosteroids plus Long-Acting Beta Agonists for Asthma Treatment: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis".
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:2648196.
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  7. NASMAN A, Irewall T, Hallmarker U, Lindberg A, et al
    Asthma and Asthma Medication Are Common among Recreational Athletes Participating in Endurance Sport Competitions.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:3238546.
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  8. STARCZEWSKA-DYMEK L, Bozek A, Jakalski M
    The Usefulness of the Forced Oscillation Technique in the Diagnosis of Bronchial Asthma in Children.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:7519592.
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  9. SCULLION J
    The Nurse Practitioners' Perspective on Inhaler Education in Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:2525319.
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  10. NGUYEN-THI-DIEU T, Le-Thi-Thu H, Le-Thi-Minh H, Pham-Nhat A, et al
    Study of Clinical Characteristics and Cytokine Profiles of Asthmatic Children with Rhinovirus Infection during Acute Asthma Exacerbation at National Hospital of Pediatrics.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:9375967.
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  11. NASTARAVICIUS A, Ramanauskiene K
    Role of a Community Pharmacy Service in Care of Bronchial Asthma Patients in Lithuania.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:6060581.
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  12. KOFMAN C, Teper A
    Usefulness of Nonvalved Spacers for Administration of Inhaled Steroids in Young Children with Recurrent Wheezing and Risk Factors for Asthma.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:3095647.
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  13. MAHDAVIAN M, Power BH, Asghari S, Pike JC, et al
    Effects of Comorbidities on Asthma Hospitalization and Mortality Rates: A Systematic Review.
    Can Respir J. 2018;2018:6460379.
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    January 2017
  14. DOMBAI B, Ivancso I, Bikov A, Oroszi D, et al
    Circulating Clusterin and Osteopontin Levels in Asthma and Asthmatic Pregnancy.
    Can Respir J. 2017;2017:1602039.
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  15. OSPINA MB, Voaklander DC, Stickland MK, King M, et al
    Erratum to "Prevalence of Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease in Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Populations: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Epidemiological Studies".
    Can Respir J. 2017;2017:8419686.
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