Relationship between the integrity of the cell membrane and hypoxia with hypercapnia in patients with hospitalized cardiorespiratory failure

C. Olivo-Villalobos (Mexico City, Mexico), D. González (Mexico City, Mexico), A. Orea-Tejeda (Mexico City, Mexico), R. Sánchez-Santillán (Mexico City, Mexico), G. Dávila-Said (Mexico City, Mexico), C. Chávez-Méndez (Mexico City, Mexico), V. Peláez-Hernández (Mexico City, Mexico), O. Pérez-Bautista (Mexico City, Mexico), M. Rivera-Rodriguez (Mexico City, Mexico), L. Castillo-Aguilar (Mexico City, Mexico), K. Balderas-Muñoz (Mexico City, Mexico), L. Hernández-Urquieta (Mexico City, Mexico)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Functional assessment of COPD
Session: Functional assessment of COPD
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 4060
Disease area: Airway diseases

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C. Olivo-Villalobos (Mexico City, Mexico), D. González (Mexico City, Mexico), A. Orea-Tejeda (Mexico City, Mexico), R. Sánchez-Santillán (Mexico City, Mexico), G. Dávila-Said (Mexico City, Mexico), C. Chávez-Méndez (Mexico City, Mexico), V. Peláez-Hernández (Mexico City, Mexico), O. Pérez-Bautista (Mexico City, Mexico), M. Rivera-Rodriguez (Mexico City, Mexico), L. Castillo-Aguilar (Mexico City, Mexico), K. Balderas-Muñoz (Mexico City, Mexico), L. Hernández-Urquieta (Mexico City, Mexico). Relationship between the integrity of the cell membrane and hypoxia with hypercapnia in patients with hospitalized cardiorespiratory failure. 4060

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