Carbon monoxide transfer factor (DL,CO), age and gender add to the BODE index to predict survival in COPD patients

Éric Marchand, Lionel Pierard

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ConferenceEuropean Respiratory Society International Congress - Milan 2017
CountryItaly
CityMilan
Period9/09/1713/09/17

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Marchand, É., & Pierard, L. (2017). Carbon monoxide transfer factor (DL,CO), age and gender add to the BODE index to predict survival in COPD patients. Abstract from European Respiratory Society International Congress - Milan 2017, Milan, Italy.
Marchand, Éric ; Pierard, Lionel. / Carbon monoxide transfer factor (DL,CO), age and gender add to the BODE index to predict survival in COPD patients. Abstract from European Respiratory Society International Congress - Milan 2017, Milan, Italy.
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Marchand, É & Pierard, L 2017, 'Carbon monoxide transfer factor (DL,CO), age and gender add to the BODE index to predict survival in COPD patients' European Respiratory Society International Congress - Milan 2017, Milan, Italy, 9/09/17 - 13/09/17, .

Carbon monoxide transfer factor (DL,CO), age and gender add to the BODE index to predict survival in COPD patients. / Marchand, Éric; Pierard, Lionel.

2017. Abstract from European Respiratory Society International Congress - Milan 2017, Milan, Italy.

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Marchand É, Pierard L. Carbon monoxide transfer factor (DL,CO), age and gender add to the BODE index to predict survival in COPD patients. 2017. Abstract from European Respiratory Society International Congress - Milan 2017, Milan, Italy.