The prevalence of restrictive lung function in a general population obtained by spirometry and bodyplethysmography-Data from the LEAD study

R. Breyer-Kohansal (Vienna, Austria), M. Breyer (Vienna, Austria), O. Burghuber (Vienna, Austria), A. Horner (Linz, Austria), B. Lamprecht (Linz, Austria), A. Ofenheimer (Vienna, Austria), A. Schrott (Vienna, Austria), S. Hartl (Vienna, Austria)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Airway physiology
Session: Airway physiology
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 358

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