Annual Congress Copenhagen 2005


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PG4 - Respiratory physiology: exercise in clinical practice

Postgraduate Course
Chairs: S. Ward (Leeds, United Kingdom), P. Palange (Rome, Italy)
This is the third course in a three-year postgraduate core curriculum covering the main issues on respiratory physiology. The aims of this third module in the series are:
• to describe the physiological changes occurring during exercise, and identify the measurement techniques;
• to review the clinical impact of exercise testing during lung disease;
• to identify the diagnostic input of exercise testing in respiratory patients with cardiac dysfunction;
• to review the strategy of follow-up regarding exercise capacity during the treatment of chronic lung diseases.

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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation Webcast 16 Physiological changes occurring during exercise
S. Ward (Leeds, United Kingdom)
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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation Webcast 17 Cardiopulmonary exercise testing: protocol and measurements
M. Riley (Belfast, United Kingdom)
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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation Webcast 19 Exercise testing in the evaluation of exercise intolerance in respiratory diseases
C. G. Gallagher (Dublin, Ireland)
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 [+]  PDF journal article, handout or slides Slide presentation Webcast 20 Exercise testing in the evaluation of interventions (surgery, drugs, oxygen during exercise, rehabilitation, etc.)
P. Palange (Rome, Italy)
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