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Spirometry and regular follow-up do not improve quality of life in children or adolescents with asthma: Cluster randomized controlled trials

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posted on 30.11.2020, 00:30 authored by Justin BeilbyJustin Beilby, Michael AbramsonMichael Abramson, Rosa L. Schattner, C Holton, P Simpson, N Briggs, M Nelson, Richard Wood-Baker, F Thein, NABIL SULAIMANNABIL SULAIMAN, E Colle, R Wolfe, Alan CrockettAlan Crockett, R Massie
Clinical Trial Registration: ACTRN12606000378527, ACTRN12606000093583.
The trials were conceived and designed by Michael Abramson, Christine Holton, Justin Beilby, Mark Nelson, Richard Wood‐Baker, Francis Thien, Nabil Sulaiman, Eleonora Del Colle, Rory Wolfe, Alan J. Crockett, and John Massie. Data collection was conducted by Rosa Schattner, Eleonora Del Colle, and Christine Holton with the assistance of others acknowledged. Data analysis was performed by Pam Simpson, Nancy Briggs, and Rory Wolfe. Findings were interpreted by Michael Abramson, Christine Holton, Rory Wolfe, Alan Crockett, and John Massie. All authors contributed to drafting the article or revising it critically for important intellectual content, and give final approval of the version to be published. Michael Abramson and Alan Crockett are guarantors of the paper.
NHMRC played no part in the design or conduct of the trials, analysis of data, or decision to publish findings.

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National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC)

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2014

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10.1002/ppul.23096

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