Cystic fibrosis

December 2005
Thorax;Dec2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 60, pii91
Academic Journal
The article presents several abstracts on cystic fibrosis. They include "Prevalence of Anxiety and Depression in Adults With Cystic Fibrosis," by A.B. Palamarthy, C.E. Bolton, D.E. Stableforth, I.A. Campbell, C.A. Davies, J.E. Jenkins and D.J. Shale, "Utility of Impulse Oscillometry in Predicting Gas Trapping in Cystic Fibrosis," by E. Toon, D. Bilton, M.D Goldman, C. Haworth and K.E Oates and "Routine Planer Scinigraphy to Determine the Most Appropriate Nebuliser for Cystic Fibrosis Patients," by C. Waudby, G. Wright, J. Seymour, S. Mulrennan and A. Morice.


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