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Oral corticosteroid use, morbidity, and mortality in asthma: a nationwide prospective cohort study in Sweden.

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Summary of "Oral corticosteroid use, morbidity, and mortality in asthma: a nationwide prospective cohort study in Sweden."

Patterns and determinants of long-term oral corticosteroid (OCS) use in asthma and related morbidity and mortality are not well-described. In a nationwide asthma cohort in Sweden, we evaluated the patterns and determinants of OCS use and risks of OCS-related morbidities and mortality.

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Name: Allergy
ISSN: 1398-9995
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