<p>A clinical prediction model for hospitalized COPD exacerbations based on “treatable traits”</p>
International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, March 2019
Anthony CA Yii, CH Loh, P Y Tiew, Huiying Xu, Aza AM Taha, Jansen Koh, Jessica Tan, Therese S. Lapperre, Antonio Anzueto, Augustine KH Tee
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