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A COPD Primer by Ralph Panos, William Eschenbacher

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A COPD Primer
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd
ISBN/ASIN: 3110467992
Number of pages: 412

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COPD Primer is a practical overview of COPD management from recognition and diagnosis to end of life care. We describe the identification of airflow obstruction by spirometry and COPD s historical, physical examination, and radiographic findings, natural history, phenotypes, systemic manifestations, and psychosocial effects.

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