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Within-session variability as quality control for oscillometry in health and disease
Louise M. Harkness, Kieran Patel, Farid Sanai, Sandra Rutting, Alice M. Cottee, Claude S. Farah, Robin E. Schoeffel, Gregory G. King, Cindy Thamrin
ERJ Open Res, 7 (4) 00074-2021; 10.1183/23120541.00074-2021
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Louise M. Harkness, Kieran Patel, Farid Sanai, Sandra Rutting, Alice M. Cottee, Claude S. Farah, Robin E. Schoeffel, Gregory G. King, Cindy Thamrin. Within-session variability as quality control for oscillometry in health and disease. ERJ Open Res, 7 (4) 00074-2021; 10.1183/23120541.00074-2021
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