Portable CPAP benefits on exercise capacity in patients with excessive dynamic airway collapse (EDAC)

L. Razakamanantsoa (Rouen, France), B. Chahine (Bois-Guillaume, France), L. Goument (Rouen, France), C. Germain (Rouen, France), J. Maris (Rouen, France), J. Pierchon (Rouen, France), T. Bonnevie (Rouen, France), F. Gravier (Rouen, France), Z. Gharsallaoui (Rouen, France), A. Cuvelier (Rouen, France), M. Patout (Rouen, France)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Pulmonary rehabilitation for non-obstructive lung diseases
Session: Pulmonary rehabilitation for non-obstructive lung diseases
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 672

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L. Razakamanantsoa (Rouen, France), B. Chahine (Bois-Guillaume, France), L. Goument (Rouen, France), C. Germain (Rouen, France), J. Maris (Rouen, France), J. Pierchon (Rouen, France), T. Bonnevie (Rouen, France), F. Gravier (Rouen, France), Z. Gharsallaoui (Rouen, France), A. Cuvelier (Rouen, France), M. Patout (Rouen, France). Portable CPAP benefits on exercise capacity in patients with excessive dynamic airway collapse (EDAC). 672

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