The effect of pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) on anxiety and depression symptoms in bronchiectasis: a propensity-matched study

S. Wynne (London, United Kingdom), S. Patel (London, United Kingdom), R. Barker (London, United Kingdom), S. Jones (London, United Kingdom), J. Walsh (London, United Kingdom), S. Kon (London, United Kingdom), J. Cairn (London, United Kingdom), M. Loebinger (London, United Kingdom), R. Wilson (London, United Kingdom), W. Man (London, United Kingdom), C. Nolan (London, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Pulmonary rehabilitation for non-obstructive lung diseases
Session: Pulmonary rehabilitation for non-obstructive lung diseases
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 663

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