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Higher alveolar nitric oxide in COPD is related to poorer physical capacity and lower oxygen saturation after physical testing

Abstract

Nitric oxide from the gas exchange area, but not from the airways, is increased in subjects with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with low oxygen saturation after physical testinghttp://bit.ly/2ItUJy6

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  • Conflict of interest: V. Cottin reports personal fees for lecturing and consultancy, and non-financial support for travel from Actelion, grants, personal fees for development of educational material, lecturing and consultancy, and non-financial

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