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7 Sep, 14 | by tomfardon

I’m not at the ERS, I’m in sunny Dundee, but due to the wonder of social media, we can all follow the goings on in Munich on the Twitter hashtag #ers2014. If you want to see what’s happened on this first day click here

Of great interest – those COPD patients with an increased Eosinophil count respond best to inhaled corticosteroids. More to follow on this topic, I’m sure. On my acute medical ward round yesterday I was bemoaning the lack of a space on the clerking pro-forma for eosinophil count; it seems chest physicians are the only people interested in eosinophils.

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