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Does Tripling the Dose of Inhaled-Steroid and Long-Acting β-Agonist Therapy During Colds Prevent COPD Exacerbations?

12:20 EDT 17 May 2018 | NEJM

Not overall, but perhaps in patients whose chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is more severe.

Original Article: Does Tripling the Dose of Inhaled-Steroid and Long-Acting β-Agonist Therapy During Colds Prevent COPD Exacerbations?

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