Chang, A. B.; Robertson, C. F.; van Asperen, P. P.; Glasgow, N. J.; Masters, I. B.; Mellis, C. M.; Landau, L. I.; Teoh, L.; Morris, P. S.
BACKGROUND Chronic cough is common and is associated with significant economic and human costs. While cough can be a problematic symptom without serious consequences, it could also reflect a serious underlying illness. Evidence shows that the management of chronic cough in children needs to be improved. Our study tests the hypothesis that the management of chronic cough in children with an evidence-based management pathway is feasible and reliable, and improves clinical outcomes. METHODS/DESIGN...[Show more]
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