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Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand: Clinical Practice Guideline on Adult Domiciliary Oxygen Therapy

Christine F. McDonald, Ken Whyte, Sue Jenkins, John Serginson, Peter Frith


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Guideline: Recommendations of care, based on a systematic review of available evidence, to foster best clinical practise and promote consistency and equity of care.

Position paper: Report outlining the Thoracic Society’s attitude towards a specific disease, technique, agent, or issue.


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