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Breathing training improves subjective health status but not pathophysiology in asthmatic adults.
J Physiother 2010; 56(1):60JP

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Royal Brompton Hospital, London , United Kingdom.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

20500141

Citation

Agent, Penny. "Breathing Training Improves Subjective Health Status but Not Pathophysiology in Asthmatic Adults." Journal of Physiotherapy, vol. 56, no. 1, 2010, p. 60.
Agent P. Breathing training improves subjective health status but not pathophysiology in asthmatic adults. J Physiother. 2010;56(1):60.
Agent, P. (2010). Breathing training improves subjective health status but not pathophysiology in asthmatic adults. Journal of Physiotherapy, 56(1), p. 60.
Agent P. Breathing Training Improves Subjective Health Status but Not Pathophysiology in Asthmatic Adults. J Physiother. 2010;56(1):60. PubMed PMID: 20500141.
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