No link between clinical phenotypes and blood eosinophils in preschool wheeze: study

Targeted therapy on the basis of blood eosinophil count or airway bacterial infection did not reduce attacks of preschool wheeze compared to conventional care, a proof-of-concept study has found. The research, published in Paediatric Allergy Immunology, found no relationship between clinical phenotypes and aero-allergen sensitisation or blood eosinophils in children with preschool wheeze, although there ...

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