Use of a clothing adherent respiratory sensor to continuously monitor COPD patients at home

N. Moraveji (San Francisco, United States of America), R. Murray (San Francisco, United States of America), M. Holt (San Francisco, United States of America), J. Hollenbach (San Francisco, United States of America), P. Golz (San Francisco, United States of America), M. Crocker (San Diego, United States of America), H. White (San Diego, United States of America), M. Phillips (San Diego, United States of America)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Exacerbations of airway diseases
Session: Exacerbations of airway diseases
Session type: Poster Discussion
Number: 5219
Disease area: Airway diseases

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N. Moraveji (San Francisco, United States of America), R. Murray (San Francisco, United States of America), M. Holt (San Francisco, United States of America), J. Hollenbach (San Francisco, United States of America), P. Golz (San Francisco, United States of America), M. Crocker (San Diego, United States of America), H. White (San Diego, United States of America), M. Phillips (San Diego, United States of America). Use of a clothing adherent respiratory sensor to continuously monitor COPD patients at home. 5219

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