High flow nasal cannula use on respiratory inpatients: Identifying patient groups and outcomes to guide optimal future use.

T. Nicholson (Oxford, United Kingdom), L. Channon (Ayelsbury, United Kingdom), H. Williams (Ayelsbury, United Kingdom), M. Shahidi (Ayelsbury, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – New methods for diagnosing and treating lung diseases
Session: New methods for diagnosing and treating lung diseases
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3271
Disease area: Interstitial lung diseases, Respiratory infections

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