What is safe enough - asthma in pregnancy - a review of current literature and recommendations

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What is safe enough - asthma in pregnancy - a review of current literature and recommendations

Although asthma is one of the most serious diseases causing complications during pregnancy, half of the women discontinue therapy thus diminishing the control of the disease, mostly due to the inadequate educa...

Authors: Slavica Labor, Alba Maria Dalbello Tir, Davor Plavec, Iva Juric, Mihovil Roglic, Justinija Pavkov Vukelic and Marina Labor

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