Is oscillometry a better metric of respiratory functional capacity compared to conventional pulmonary function tests during the first 6-months post lung transplant?

E. DeHaas (Toronto, Canada), J. Wu (Toronto, Canada), E. Cho (Toronto, Canada), D. Birriel (Toronto, Canada), C. Ryan (Toronto, Canada), C. Chow (Toronto, Canada)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Lung transplantation: from basic science to clinical outcomes
Session: Lung transplantation: from basic science to clinical outcomes
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 3368

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