Pulsed inhaled nitric oxide (iNO) improves exercise tolerance and shortness of breath (SOB) in severe COPD subjects with pulmonary hypertension (PH)

B. Hajian (Antwerp, Belgium), B. Shivalkar (Antwerp, Belgium), F. Ferreira (Kontich, Belgium), C. Van Holsbeke (Kontich, Belgium), W. Voss (Kontich, Belgium), J. De Backer (Kontich, Belgium), P. Fernandes (NJ, United States of America), K. Sartoris (NJ, United States of America), D. Quinn (NJ, United States of America), A. Hufkins (Antwerp, Belgium), P. Parizel (Antwerp, Belgium), J. Cluckers (Antwerp, Belgium), W. De Backer (Antwerp, Belgium)

Source: International Congress 2018 – Advances in exercise physiopathology
Session: Advances in exercise physiopathology
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 5341
Disease area: Airway diseases, Pulmonary vascular diseases

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B. Hajian (Antwerp, Belgium), B. Shivalkar (Antwerp, Belgium), F. Ferreira (Kontich, Belgium), C. Van Holsbeke (Kontich, Belgium), W. Voss (Kontich, Belgium), J. De Backer (Kontich, Belgium), P. Fernandes (NJ, United States of America), K. Sartoris (NJ, United States of America), D. Quinn (NJ, United States of America), A. Hufkins (Antwerp, Belgium), P. Parizel (Antwerp, Belgium), J. Cluckers (Antwerp, Belgium), W. De Backer (Antwerp, Belgium). Pulsed inhaled nitric oxide (iNO) improves exercise tolerance and shortness of breath (SOB) in severe COPD subjects with pulmonary hypertension (PH). 5341

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