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Exhaled Breath Temperature As A Tool For Monitoring Asthma Control After An Attack In Children

I. Sol, Y. Kim, S. Kim, Sun Ha Choi, H. Kim, K. Kim, M. H. Sohn
Published 2019 · Medicine

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Exhaled breath temperature (EBT) has been suggested as a non‐invasive marker of airway inflammation in asthma. There have been no studies examining longitudinal changes in EBT following asthma attacks.
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