In people at high risk of cardiovascular disease, co-existing COPD is not independently associated with macrovascular or microvascular disease

S. Ruickbie (London, United Kingdom), D. Burrage (London, United Kingdom), M. Bajaj (London, United Kingdom), C. Spilling (London, United Kingdom), J. Dodd (Bristol, United Kingdom), A. Prasad (London, United Kingdom), T. Barrick (London, United Kingdom), P. Jones (London, United Kingdom), E. Baker (London, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2018 – New determinants of cardiovascular morbidity in COPD
Session: New determinants of cardiovascular morbidity in COPD
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 5162
Disease area: Airway diseases

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