Inspiratory capacity is associated with dyspnea, exercise capacity, and survival in COPD

R. Buhr (Los Angeles, United States of America), X. Wang (Los Angeles, United States of America), M. Arjomandi (San Francisco, United States of America), I. Barjaktarevic (Los Angeles, United States of America), R. Barr (New York, United States of America), E. Bleecker (Tucson, United States of America), R. Bowler (Denver, United States of America), A. Comellas (Iowa City, United States of America), D. Couper (Chapel Hill, United States of America), G. Criner (Philadelphia, United States of America), B. Dolezal (Los Angeles, United States of America), M. Dransfield (Birmingham, United States of America), M. Drummond (Chapel Hill, United States of America), M. Han (Ann Arbor, United States of America), N. Hansel (Baltimore, United States of America), E. Hoffman (Iowa City, United States of America), R. Kaner (New York, United States of America), R. Kanner (Salt Lake City, United States of America), J. Krishnan (Chicago, United States of America), R. Paine (Salt Lake City, United States of America), S. Peters (Winston-Salem, United States of America), L. Postow (Bethesda, United States of America), S. Rennard (Melbourn, United Kingdom), P. Woodruff (San Francisco, United States of America), C. Cooper (Los Angeles, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Airway physiology
Session: Airway physiology
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 351

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R. Buhr (Los Angeles, United States of America), X. Wang (Los Angeles, United States of America), M. Arjomandi (San Francisco, United States of America), I. Barjaktarevic (Los Angeles, United States of America), R. Barr (New York, United States of America), E. Bleecker (Tucson, United States of America), R. Bowler (Denver, United States of America), A. Comellas (Iowa City, United States of America), D. Couper (Chapel Hill, United States of America), G. Criner (Philadelphia, United States of America), B. Dolezal (Los Angeles, United States of America), M. Dransfield (Birmingham, United States of America), M. Drummond (Chapel Hill, United States of America), M. Han (Ann Arbor, United States of America), N. Hansel (Baltimore, United States of America), E. Hoffman (Iowa City, United States of America), R. Kaner (New York, United States of America), R. Kanner (Salt Lake City, United States of America), J. Krishnan (Chicago, United States of America), R. Paine (Salt Lake City, United States of America), S. Peters (Winston-Salem, United States of America), L. Postow (Bethesda, United States of America), S. Rennard (Melbourn, United Kingdom), P. Woodruff (San Francisco, United States of America), C. Cooper (Los Angeles, United States of America). Inspiratory capacity is associated with dyspnea, exercise capacity, and survival in COPD. 351

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