COPD GOLD classification in patients with COPD-OSA overlap syndrome

A. Voulgaris (Alexandroupolis, Greece), N. Paxinou (Alexandroupolis, Greece), E. Nena (Alexandroupolis, Greece), T. Mouemin (Alexandroupolis, Greece), K. Chadia (Alexandroupolis, Greece), K. Bonelis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), S. Anevlavis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), M. Froudarakis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), P. Steiropoulos (Alexandroupolis, Greece)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Prevalence, characteristics and predictors of obstructive sleep apnoea
Session: Prevalence, characteristics and predictors of obstructive sleep apnoea
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 221

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