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  • L Lowe
  • A Custovic
  • AA. Woodcock

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Childhood asthma. / Lowe, L; Custovic, A; Woodcock, AA.

In: Curr Allergy Asthma Rep, Vol. 4( 2), 03.2004.

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Lowe, L, Custovic, A & Woodcock, AA 2004, 'Childhood asthma.' Curr Allergy Asthma Rep, vol. 4( 2).

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Lowe, L., Custovic, A., & Woodcock, AA. (2004). Childhood asthma. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep, 4( 2).

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Lowe L, Custovic A, Woodcock AA. Childhood asthma. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep. 2004 Mar;4( 2).

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Lowe, L ; Custovic, A ; Woodcock, AA. / Childhood asthma. In: Curr Allergy Asthma Rep. 2004 ; Vol. 4( 2).

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abstract = "The prevalence of asthma and wheezing illness in children has increased substantially over recent decades and places a large burden on health care resources.Despite increasing evidence that both genetic and environmental factorshave significant effects on airway development and function in early life,our understanding of the natural history of the disease is limited.Several phenotypes of wheeze have been described and many risk factorsidentified for the development of asthma. A thorough knowledge of earlylife lung physiology will enable us to identify children at risk fordeveloping persistent disease. The development of objective outcomemeasures that can be applied in early life will aid in distinguishingbetween children with transient early wheeze and those who will progressto persistent disease, enabling effective, targetedtherapy.",
keywords = "epidemiology: Asthma, Child Welfare, Child, Preschool, Female, epidemiology: Great Britain, Humans, Infant, physiopathology: Lung, Male, etiology: Respiratory Sounds, Risk Factors",
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RIS

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AU - Custovic, A

AU - Woodcock, AA.

PY - 2004/3

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N2 - The prevalence of asthma and wheezing illness in children has increased substantially over recent decades and places a large burden on health care resources.Despite increasing evidence that both genetic and environmental factorshave significant effects on airway development and function in early life,our understanding of the natural history of the disease is limited.Several phenotypes of wheeze have been described and many risk factorsidentified for the development of asthma. A thorough knowledge of earlylife lung physiology will enable us to identify children at risk fordeveloping persistent disease. The development of objective outcomemeasures that can be applied in early life will aid in distinguishingbetween children with transient early wheeze and those who will progressto persistent disease, enabling effective, targetedtherapy.

AB - The prevalence of asthma and wheezing illness in children has increased substantially over recent decades and places a large burden on health care resources.Despite increasing evidence that both genetic and environmental factorshave significant effects on airway development and function in early life,our understanding of the natural history of the disease is limited.Several phenotypes of wheeze have been described and many risk factorsidentified for the development of asthma. A thorough knowledge of earlylife lung physiology will enable us to identify children at risk fordeveloping persistent disease. The development of objective outcomemeasures that can be applied in early life will aid in distinguishingbetween children with transient early wheeze and those who will progressto persistent disease, enabling effective, targetedtherapy.

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KW - Child, Preschool

KW - Female

KW - epidemiology: Great Britain

KW - Humans

KW - Infant

KW - physiopathology: Lung

KW - Male

KW - etiology: Respiratory Sounds

KW - Risk Factors

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VL - 4( 2)

JO - Current allergy and asthma reports

JF - Current allergy and asthma reports

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