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Published in Cardiology

Journal Scan / Research · April 27, 2017

Inhaled Beta2-Agonist/Corticosteroid Treatment Does Not Increase Cardiovascular Risk in Patients With COPD

Heart (British Cardiac Society)


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Heart (British Cardiac Society)
Cardiovascular Outcomes With an Inhaled Beta2-Agonist/Corticosteroid in Patients With COPD at High Cardiovascular Risk
Heart 2017 Apr 17;[EPub Ahead of Print], RD Brook, JA Anderson, PM Calverley, BR Celli, C Crim, MA Denvir, S Magder, FJ Martinez, S Rajagopalan, J Vestbo, J Yates, DE Newby

From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, a database of the U.S. National Library of Medicine.

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