| 22 JUN 15

Neumonía en la infancia y alteración de la función pulmonar en el adulto

La neumonía a edades tempranas puede llevar al desarrollo posterior de secuelas respiratorias a largo plazo, incluyendo asma, sibilancias y deterioro de la función pulmonar en la edad adulta.
Autor/a: Johnny Y.C. Chan, Debra A. Stern, Stefano Guerra, Anne L. Wright, Wayne J. Morgan, Fernando D. Martinez Fuente: Pediatrics 2015; 135; 607 Pneumonia in Childhood and Impaired Lung Function in Adults: A Longitudinal Study
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