Annual Congress Vienna 2003

Saturday, 27.09.2003
Sunday, 28.09.2003
Monday, 29.09.2003
Tuesday, 30.09.2003
Wednesday, 01.10.2003

Citations should be made in the following way: Authors. Title. Eur Respir J 2003; 22: Suppl. 45, abstract number.

Material from 2003:
  • 3196 Abstracts
  • 374 Slide presentations
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PG5 - Lung volume measurements in diseases

Postgraduate Course
Chairs: D. Stanescu (Brussels, Belgium), J. Stocks (London, United Kingdom)
Aims: This is the first course in a three-year postgraduate core curriculum covering the main issues in respiratory physiology. The aims of this first module in the series are:
• to identify recent advances in lung volume measurements in infants, children and adults;
• to describe physical principles underlying lung volume measurements;
• to better understand the use of lung volume measurements in clinical practice;
• to describe the quality control and limitations of lung volume measurements.
Mechanisms determining lung volume
O. Pedersen (Aarhus, Denmark)
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Clinical usefulness of lung volume measurements in adults
R. Pellegrino (Cuneo, Italy)
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