Advantages of FEV1/height2 and FEV1/height3 over percentage predicted value

S. Chinn, T. Gislason (London, United Kingdom; Reykjavik, Iceland)

Source: Annual Congress 2007 - Epidemiology of COPD
Session: Epidemiology of COPD
Session type: Thematic Poster Session
Number: 3678
Disease area: Airway diseases

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