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Below you can find useful resources relating to the NOVELTY study, and other useful links to sources of information about asthma and COPD.

Resource Name Category Description
Hyperpolarised 129Xe gas MRI video
NOVELTY-related information Hyperpolarised 129Xe gas MRI is being used in the ADPro sub-study to image patient lungs. Watch the video to learn more about how hyperpolarised 129Xe gas MRI works. View
Respiratory Symptoms Questionnaire (RSQ) user guide
General asthma- or COPD-related information A user guide for the Respiratory Symptoms Questionnaire (RSQ), including information on what it is, how it was developed and how it should be used. Download
PRO video
NOVELTY-related information This 3-minute video explains what PROs are and brings to life the importance of the patient's perspective in the management of asthma and COPD. View
NOVELTY challenge
NOVELTY-related information NOVELTY has many unique features that will help us to better understand obstructive airways diseases, to provide optimal, personalised healthcare to patients. This NOVELTY true/false challenge tests your knowledge in a fun and informative way. Do you accept the challenge? View
Useful links
General asthma- or COPD-related information Access resources that you may find useful to learn more about the NOVELTY study and general information about the treatment of asthma and COPD. View
Resources containing data for patients in China that have not been published or presented are no longer included; these data were excluded from the analyses due to a change in regulations about data transfer in May 2019.

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