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Does 6 minute walk test predict nocturnal oxygen desaturation in COPD patients?
S. Iliaz, T. Cagatay, Z. Bingol, G. Okumus, G. Kuran, R. Iliaz, A. Dokme, F. Comce, E. Kiyan, Z. Kilicaslan, T. Ece, P. Cagatay (Istanbul, Turkey)
Annual Congress 2013 –COPD mechanisms
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Airway diseases, Sleep and breathing disorders
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