Impeding progress or a useful test? Impedance studies in paediatric respiratory patients

L. Selby (Cambridge (Cambridgeshire), United Kingdom), R. Heuschkel (Cambridge (Cambridgeshire), United Kingdom)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Interesting clinical problems for the respiratory physician
Session: Interesting clinical problems for the respiratory physician
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 2730
Disease area: Paediatric lung diseases

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