Are Oxygen-Conserving Devices Effective for Correcting Exercise Hypoxemia?

@article{Mart2013AreOD,
  title={Are Oxygen-Conserving Devices Effective for Correcting Exercise Hypoxemia?},
  author={S. Mart{\'i} and V. Pajares and F. Morante and M. Ramon and J. Lara and J. Ferrer and M. G{\"u}ell},
  journal={Respiratory Care},
  year={2013},
  volume={58},
  pages={1606 - 1613}
}
BACKGROUND: Correction of exercise hypoxemia in advanced lung diseases is crucial and often challenging. However, oxygen-conserving devices have been introduced in the market with limited evidence of effectiveness. In the present study the efficacy of 2 oxygen-conserving devices, a pulse demand oxygen delivery (DOD) system and pendant reservoir cannula (PRC), were evaluated in subjects with COPD and interstitial lung disease (ILD). METHODS: A cross-sectional, crossover study included 28 COPD… Expand

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