In relation to the baseline, at 10 and 20 minutes and upon recovery, respectively parasternal activity increased by Conclusion: In COPD patients, the use of EPAP10 was more effective in reducing accessory inspiratory activity and increasing parasternal activity, which was accompanied by an improvement in ventilation and a reduction in dyspnea. Figure 1. Flowchart of study. Figure 2.

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Effects of positive airway pressure on pulmonary function parameters

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Effects of positive airway pressure on pulmonary function parameters

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