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Arden-Close, Emily; Teasdale, E.; Tonkin-Crine, S.; Pitre, N.; Stafford-Watson, M.; Gibson, D.; Bruton, A.; Thomas, M.; Yardley, L. (2013)
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mesheuropmc: digestive, oral, and skin physiology, education
Poor symptom control is common in asthma. Breathing training exercises may be an effective adjunct to medication; it is therefore important to understand facilitators and barriers to uptake of breathing training exercises.
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