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Lung Function Assessment by Impulse Oscillometry in Adults [Corrigendum]

Authors Porojan-Suppini N, Fira-Mladinescu O, Marc M, Tudorache E, Oancea C

Received 25 January 2021

Accepted for publication 25 January 2021

Published 2 February 2021 Volume 2021:17 Pages 135—136

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/TCRM.S303690


Porojan-Suppini N, Fira-Mladinescu O, Marc M, Tudorache E, Oancea C. Ther Clin Risk Manag.2020;16:1139–1150.

On page 1146, Other Diseases – Graft Function, Lung Transplant, Sickle-Cell Disease section, “A recent Chinese study, performed on 156 lung-transplanted patients, shows that Oscillometry identified physiological changes associated with grade 2 acute cell rejection that were not observed on spirometry and it’s usefor graft monitoring after a lung transplant.100” should read “A recent study, performed on 156 lung-transplanted patients, shows that Oscillometry identified physiological changes associated with grade 2 acute cell rejection that were not observed on spirometry and it’s use for graft monitoring after a lung transplant.100”

The authors apologize for this error.


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Porojan-Suppini N, Fira-Mladinescu O, Marc M, Tudorache E, Oancea C. Ther Clin Risk Manag. 2020;16:1139–1150.

On page 1146, Other Diseases – Graft Function, Lung Transplant, Sickle-Cell Disease section, “A recent Chinese study, performed on 156 lung-transplanted patients, shows that Oscillometry identified physiological changes associated with grade 2 acute cell rejection that were not observed on spirometry and it’s usefor graft monitoring after a lung transplant.100” should read “A recent study, performed on 156 lung-transplanted patients, shows that Oscillometry identified physiological changes associated with grade 2 acute cell rejection that were not observed on spirometry and it’s use for graft monitoring after a lung transplant.100

The authors apologize for this error.

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