Pulmonary rehabilitation reduces fatigue in COPD: a responder analysis

M. Van Herck (Diepenbeek, Belgium), J. Antons (Nijmegen, Netherlands), J. Vercoulen (Nijmegen, Netherlands), Y. Goërtz (Horn, Netherlands), Z. Ebadi (Nijmegen, Netherlands), C. Burtin (Diepenbeek, Belgium), D. Janssen (Horn, Netherlands), M. Thong (Amsterdam, Netherlands), J. Otker (Amersfoort, Netherlands), A. Coors (Nijmegen, Netherlands), M. Sprangers (Amsterdam, Netherlands), J. Muris (Maastricht, Netherlands), E. Wouters (Maastricht, Netherlands), J. Prins (Nijmegen, Netherlands), M. Spruit (Horn, Netherlands), J. Peters (Nijmegen, Netherlands)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Exercise and rehabilitation in patients with acute and chronic respiratory diseases

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M. Van Herck (Diepenbeek, Belgium), J. Antons (Nijmegen, Netherlands), J. Vercoulen (Nijmegen, Netherlands), Y. Goërtz (Horn, Netherlands), Z. Ebadi (Nijmegen, Netherlands), C. Burtin (Diepenbeek, Belgium), D. Janssen (Horn, Netherlands), M. Thong (Amsterdam, Netherlands), J. Otker (Amersfoort, Netherlands), A. Coors (Nijmegen, Netherlands), M. Sprangers (Amsterdam, Netherlands), J. Muris (Maastricht, Netherlands), E. Wouters (Maastricht, Netherlands), J. Prins (Nijmegen, Netherlands), M. Spruit (Horn, Netherlands), J. Peters (Nijmegen, Netherlands). Pulmonary rehabilitation reduces fatigue in COPD: a responder analysis. 573

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