The relationships between the fear of COVID-19 and perceived stress and dyspnea during the COVID-19 pandemic in patients with COPD: Preliminary findings of a prospective study

R. Aktan (Izmir, Turkey), S. Ozalevli (Izmir, Turkey), H. Yakut (Izmir, Turkey), B. Alkan (Izmir, Turkey), A. Ozgen Alpaydin (Izmir, Turkey)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Symptoms across respiratory diseases and impact of COVID-19
Session: Symptoms across respiratory diseases and impact of COVID-19
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Number: 341

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