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Subfreezing air as a cough trigger and multiple triggers are strongly associated with the presence of asthma in chronic cough.

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Summary of "Subfreezing air as a cough trigger and multiple triggers are strongly associated with the presence of asthma in chronic cough."

Management of chronic cough relies on the recognition of cough background disorders. It is not known whether certain cough triggers are associated with specific background disorders.

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Name: Respiratory medicine
ISSN: 1532-3064
Pages: 26-30

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