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|Title:||Crackles’ sensitivity to pulmonary rehabilitation|
|Publisher:||European Respiratory Society|
|Abstract:||FEV1, despite being the global outcome for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), is poorly responsive to pulmonary rehabilitation (PR). Adventitious respiratory sounds, namely crackles, are a promising measure to assess the effectiveness of respiratory interventions on lung function. However, crackles' sensitivity to PR has never been explored. Thus, this study explored the sensitivity of crackles' characteristics to PR.|
|Appears in Collections:||Lab3R - Comunicações|
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