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The effect and burden modification of heating on adult asthma hospitalizations in Shijiazhuang: a time-series analysis

Overview of attention for article published in Respiratory Research, June 2019
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The effect and burden modification of heating on adult asthma hospitalizations in Shijiazhuang: a time-series analysis
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Respiratory Research, June 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12931-019-1092-0
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Feifei Liu, Fangfang Qu, Huiran Zhang, Lingshan Chao, Rongqin Li, Fengxue Yu, Jitao Guan, Xixin Yan

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#10,463,676
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#1,395
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#86,735
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