Exertional dyspnoea in patients with airway obstruction, with and without CO2 retention

Cloosterman, S. G. M.; Hofland, I. D.; van Schayck, C. P.; Folgering, H. Th. M.
September 1998
Thorax;Sep1998, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p768
Academic Journal
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