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Lack of rebound phenomenon in daily peak expiratory flow rate variability after the cessation of regular use procaterol inhalation in chronic stable bronchial asthma



Lack of rebound phenomenon in daily peak expiratory flow rate variability after the cessation of regular use procaterol inhalation in chronic stable bronchial asthma



European Respiratory Journal 8(Suppl. 19): 259S




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