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Correction: British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting February 2021

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Abstracts withdrawn as they were not presented at the Meeting

P113 - Risk of osteoporosis and fragility fractures in asthma due to oral and inhaled corticosteroids: two population-based nested case-control studies

P125 - Chronic suppurative lung disease in children – characterisation of a tertiary paediatric hospital cohort

P141 - Development of a heat map tool to analyse variation in outcomes and prescribing for patients with asthma in England

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L1- Blood immune cells clock mechanism is altered in asthma, with a time-of-day dependent response to steroids in vitro.

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L11- SARS-CoV-2: Survival and length of stay in COPD phenotypes

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P87 - Factors influencing patient attendance of a pulmonary rehabilitation programme in resource-scarce settings.

R Altaf1, A Majidulla2, S Saeed1

1Indus Health Network, Karachi, Pakistan

2InteractiveResearch and Development, Karachi, Pakistan

The overwhelming evidence for the benefits of pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) in patients with chronic respiratory diseases has become indisputable. However, it is still underutilised in low-middle income countries such as Pakistan. We aim to identify factors that affect patient attendance of, and adherence to, PR in order to improve our efforts to increase uptake.

We conducted a retrospective analysis on referrals to an 18-session PR programme at a free-of-cost, charity-based hospital in Karachi, Pakistan. Patients were categorised into attendance (0 or >0 sessions) …

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