Does pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) affect dysfunctional breathing (DB) in asthmatics?

F. Ebert (Bad Reichenhall, Germany), M. Schuler (Würzburg, Germany), D. Nowak (München, Germany), L. Schwarzkopf (München, Germany), B. Szentes (München, Germany), K. Schultz (Bad Reichenhall, Germany)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Aspects of pulmonary rehabilitation: part 1
Session: Aspects of pulmonary rehabilitation: part 1
Session type: E-poster session
Number: 2939
Disease area: Airway diseases

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