B. Cooper (Birmingham, United Kingdom)

Source: Procedure Video 2010
Number: 3
Disease area: Airway diseases


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Maibritt Raevdal Christensen - 02.03.2017 18:15
Excellent video but pleas think about the hygiene, Brendan wears a watch!

Luo Larry - 26.05.2014 18:06
Excellent video, Thanks.

Maia Makalatia - 23.10.2013 12:06
Excellent education material, thanks

Syed Fayyaz Hussain - 29.07.2013 18:32
An excellent video.
A minor point:
The video suggested patient should blow as hard and as fast after taking a deep inhalation. The operator in video asked the patient to blow gently after the deep breath.

Felip Burgos Rincon - 13.04.2011 21:36
Excellent and useful educational material
Felip Burgos (Barcelona, Spain)
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