2-way remote monitoring in adaptive mode allows effective and realistic provision of home Non-Invasive Ventilation(NIV) to patients with severe COPD

G. Mcdowell (Glasgow, United Kingdom), H. Toellner (Glasgow, United Kingdom), D. Macfarlane (Glasgow, United Kingdom), R. Tourish (Glasgow, United Kingdom), C. Canavan (Glasgow, United Kingdom), A. Brown (Glasgow, United Kingdom), H. Ambler (Glasgow, United Kingdom), C. Carlin (Glasgow, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – New insights in the management of chronic respiratory failure
Session: New insights in the management of chronic respiratory failure
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 1668
Disease area: Airway diseases

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