Asthma in childhood has lifelong effects on lung function and disease severity: electronic monitoring devices with reminders might be key to improved adherence: Asthma in childhood has lifelong effects on lung function and disease severity: electronic monitoring devices with reminders might be key to improved adherence
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Upcoming Activities of the Working Group
World Allergy Congress 2015
Saturday, 17 October 2015: 15:30 - 17:00
Workshop 17: Small Airways (SAW) Working Group - Asthma Treatment Issues
Chairpersons: Akio Niimi (Japan), Peter Howarth (United Kingdom)
- Can We Improve Small Airway Dysfunction with Inhaled Corticosteroid (ICS) | Omar Usmani (United Kingdom)
- New Bronchodilator for Asthma: LAMA and Ultra LABA | Stephen Peters (United States)
- Biological Agents in Asthma: Present and Future | Dilsad Mungan (Turkey)