Impulse Oscillometry Better Differentiates the Lungs Response from Elderlies Smokers from Non-smokers

T. Guimarães (São Paulo, Brazil), M. Brandão Rangel (São Paulo, Brazil), A. Araujo Rosa (São José dos Campos, Brazil), L. Sales Dias (São Paulo, Brazil), J. Mahler Quirino (São José dos Campos, Brazil), C. Murata (São José dos Campos, Brazil), G. Rocha (São José dos Campos, Brazil), A. Cardoso Moraes (São José dos Campos, Brazil), C. Frizon (São José dos Campos, Brazil), R. Vieira (São José dos Campos, Brazil)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Physiologic assessment of airway diseases
Session: Physiologic assessment of airway diseases
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 2635
Disease area: Airway diseases

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T. Guimarães (São Paulo, Brazil), M. Brandão Rangel (São Paulo, Brazil), A. Araujo Rosa (São José dos Campos, Brazil), L. Sales Dias (São Paulo, Brazil), J. Mahler Quirino (São José dos Campos, Brazil), C. Murata (São José dos Campos, Brazil), G. Rocha (São José dos Campos, Brazil), A. Cardoso Moraes (São José dos Campos, Brazil), C. Frizon (São José dos Campos, Brazil), R. Vieira (São José dos Campos, Brazil). Impulse Oscillometry Better Differentiates the Lungs Response from Elderlies Smokers from Non-smokers. 2635

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