Exercise training in COPD with exercise-induced desaturation does improve exercise capacity, irrespective of whether supplemental oxygen or air is provided during training

Jennifer A. Alison, Zoe J. McKeough, Regina W.M. Leung, Anne E. Holland, Kylie Hill, Norman R. Morris, Sue Jenkins, Lissa M. Spencer, Catherine J. Hill, Annemarie L. Lee, Helen Seale, Nola Cecins, Christine F. McDonald

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Original languageEnglish
Number of pages3
JournalEuropean Respiratory Journal
Volume54
Issue number5
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2019
Externally publishedYes

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Alison, Jennifer A. ; McKeough, Zoe J. ; Leung, Regina W.M. ; Holland, Anne E. ; Hill, Kylie ; Morris, Norman R. ; Jenkins, Sue ; Spencer, Lissa M. ; Hill, Catherine J. ; Lee, Annemarie L. ; Seale, Helen ; Cecins, Nola ; McDonald, Christine F. / Exercise training in COPD with exercise-induced desaturation does improve exercise capacity, irrespective of whether supplemental oxygen or air is provided during training. In: European Respiratory Journal. 2019 ; Vol. 54, No. 5.
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Exercise training in COPD with exercise-induced desaturation does improve exercise capacity, irrespective of whether supplemental oxygen or air is provided during training. / Alison, Jennifer A.; McKeough, Zoe J.; Leung, Regina W.M.; Holland, Anne E.; Hill, Kylie; Morris, Norman R.; Jenkins, Sue; Spencer, Lissa M.; Hill, Catherine J.; Lee, Annemarie L.; Seale, Helen; Cecins, Nola; McDonald, Christine F.

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