Comparative response to incremental cardiopulmonary exercise testing in patients with uni- and bilateral diaphragm dysfunction

G. Huang (Montreal, Canada), B. Dubé (Montreal, Canada)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Hypoxia, exercise and respiratory function in pathophysiological conditions

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