Cycling in patients with chronic airflow limitationCitation formats

  • Authors:
  • A. A. Woodcock
  • M. Johnson
  • D. Geddes

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Cycling in patients with chronic airflow limitation. / Woodcock, A. A.; Johnson, M.; Geddes, D.

In: Bmj, Vol. 286, No. 6372, 1983, p. 1184.

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Woodcock, AA, Johnson, M & Geddes, D 1983, 'Cycling in patients with chronic airflow limitation' Bmj, vol. 286, no. 6372, pp. 1184.

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Woodcock, A. A., Johnson, M., & Geddes, D. (1983). Cycling in patients with chronic airflow limitation. Bmj, 286(6372), 1184.

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Woodcock AA, Johnson M, Geddes D. Cycling in patients with chronic airflow limitation. Bmj. 1983;286(6372):1184.

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Woodcock, A. A. ; Johnson, M. ; Geddes, D. / Cycling in patients with chronic airflow limitation. In: Bmj. 1983 ; Vol. 286, No. 6372. pp. 1184.

Bibtex

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title = "Cycling in patients with chronic airflow limitation",
abstract = "Patients with chronic airflow limitation have reduced exercise tolerance when walking due to breathlessness. Conventional treatment - for example, with β2 agonists or portable oxygen - leads to only modest improvement in exercise tolerance (roughly 10{\%}). While walking is a relatively efficient means of propulsion, cycling is considerably better. We have investigated cycling in patients with severe chronic airflow limitation.",
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RIS

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AU - Woodcock, A. A.

AU - Johnson, M.

AU - Geddes, D.

PY - 1983

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N2 - Patients with chronic airflow limitation have reduced exercise tolerance when walking due to breathlessness. Conventional treatment - for example, with β2 agonists or portable oxygen - leads to only modest improvement in exercise tolerance (roughly 10%). While walking is a relatively efficient means of propulsion, cycling is considerably better. We have investigated cycling in patients with severe chronic airflow limitation.

AB - Patients with chronic airflow limitation have reduced exercise tolerance when walking due to breathlessness. Conventional treatment - for example, with β2 agonists or portable oxygen - leads to only modest improvement in exercise tolerance (roughly 10%). While walking is a relatively efficient means of propulsion, cycling is considerably better. We have investigated cycling in patients with severe chronic airflow limitation.

M3 - Article

VL - 286

SP - 1184

JO - B M J

JF - B M J

SN - 0959-535X

IS - 6372

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