Can baseline lung function and arterial oxygenation predict air travel hypoxaemia in respiratory patients?

M. Marques Grafino (Lisboa, Portugal), F. Todo Bom (Lisboa, Portugal), M. Felizardo (Lisboa, Portugal), R. Staats (Lisboa, Portugal), M. Pereira (Lisboa, Portugal), T. Pequito (Lisboa, Portugal), A. Ladeira (Lisboa, Portugal), A. Lutas (Lisboa, Portugal), J. Valenca (Lisboa, Portugal), S. Furtado (Lisboa, Portugal)

Source: International Congress 2018 – The value of lung function testing in various pathophysiological conditions
Session: The value of lung function testing in various pathophysiological conditions
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2436

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M. Marques Grafino (Lisboa, Portugal), F. Todo Bom (Lisboa, Portugal), M. Felizardo (Lisboa, Portugal), R. Staats (Lisboa, Portugal), M. Pereira (Lisboa, Portugal), T. Pequito (Lisboa, Portugal), A. Ladeira (Lisboa, Portugal), A. Lutas (Lisboa, Portugal), J. Valenca (Lisboa, Portugal), S. Furtado (Lisboa, Portugal). Can baseline lung function and arterial oxygenation predict air travel hypoxaemia in respiratory patients?. 2436

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