Pursed lips breathing can improve desaturation during flying disc game in COPD patients.

K. Imashiro (Wakayama, Japan), Y. Minakata (Hidaka-gun, Japan), A. Hayata (Wakayama, Japan), M. Nakanishi (Wakayama, Japan), Y. Kamijyo (Wakayama, Japan), T. Ogawa (Wakayama, Japan), Y. Koike (Wakayama, Japan), N. Yamamoto (Wakayama, Japan)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Chronic respiratory disease: respiratory muscle function, breathing exercises and airway clearance techniques
Disease area: Airway diseases

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K. Imashiro (Wakayama, Japan), Y. Minakata (Hidaka-gun, Japan), A. Hayata (Wakayama, Japan), M. Nakanishi (Wakayama, Japan), Y. Kamijyo (Wakayama, Japan), T. Ogawa (Wakayama, Japan), Y. Koike (Wakayama, Japan), N. Yamamoto (Wakayama, Japan). Pursed lips breathing can improve desaturation during flying disc game in COPD patients.. 1453

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