Does loss of automaticity influence dual task cost walking velocity in COPD patients?

S. Hassan (Toronto (ON), Canada), L. Bonetti (Caxias do sul, Brazil), K. Kasawara (Toronto (ON), Canada), M. Stanbrook (Toronto (ON), Canada), A. Rodrigues (Toronto (ON), Canada), D. Rozenberg (Toronto (ON), Canada), W. Reid (Toronto (ON), Canada)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Peripheral muscle function, exercise capacity and functional status in respiratory disease

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