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Возможность достижения контроля над бронхиальной астмой при использовании гибкого дозирования препарата Симбикорт у пациентов со среднетяжелой и тяжелой бронхиальной астмой. Данные исследования SUND

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Н. В. Княжеская
ФУВ РГМУ
Россия

Кафедра пульмонологии



М. О. Потапова
Центральная клиническая больница с поликлиникой, Медицинский центр Управления делами Президента РФ
Россия

Москва



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Для цитирования:


Княжеская Н.В., Потапова М.О. Возможность достижения контроля над бронхиальной астмой при использовании гибкого дозирования препарата Симбикорт у пациентов со среднетяжелой и тяжелой бронхиальной астмой. Данные исследования SUND. Пульмонология. 2004;(6):118-124.

For citation:


Knyazheskaya N.P., Potapova M.O. Achieving asthma control with flexible dosing of Simbicort in moderate to severe bronchial asthma patients. Findings of SUND study. PULMONOLOGIYA. 2004;(6):118-124. (In Russ.)

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