Oxygen prescribing in lung disease

December 2005
Thorax;Dec2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 60, pii9
Academic Journal
The article presents several abstracts related to the use of oxygen therapy in lung diseases. They include "The New Home Oxygen Service: Assessing the Impact on Respiratory Units," by J.K. Quint, L. Ward, M. Monoghan, S.O. Ansari, K. Ganes Lingam, C.D. Eraut and A.G. Davison, "Effect of Short Burst Oxygen Therapy in the Home on Recovery From Exercise in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: A Double Blind Crossover Study," by S.J. Quantrill, R. White, A. Crawford, J. Barry, S. Batra, P. Whyte and C.M. Roberts, and "Success in Ward Oxygen Prescription Using Novel Approach," by S. Perrott, E. Reid, K. Goode, J. Tytherleigh and R. Mahadeva.


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