Does automated oxygen control with O2matic reduce frequency and duration of hypoxemic episodes in patients admitted with exacerbation of COPD? – a randomized controlled trial

C. Bech (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Hove (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Jensen (Copenhagen, Denmark), T. Kallemose (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Vestbo (Manchester, United Kingdom), E. Hansen (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Airway physiology
Session: Airway physiology
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 360

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C. Bech (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Hove (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Jensen (Copenhagen, Denmark), T. Kallemose (Copenhagen, Denmark), J. Vestbo (Manchester, United Kingdom), E. Hansen (Copenhagen, Denmark). Does automated oxygen control with O2matic reduce frequency and duration of hypoxemic episodes in patients admitted with exacerbation of COPD? – a randomized controlled trial. 360

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