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Rationale and design of HomeVent Connect, a large prospective study of predictors of compliance with NIV using telemonitoring

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  • ERS INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS 2019
  • WITH MICHAEL DREHER
  • RATIONALE AND DESIGN OF HOMEVENT CONNECT, A LARGE PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF PREDICTORS OF COMPLIANCE WITH NIV USING TELEMONITORING
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ERS symposium: Rationale and design of HomeVent Connect

Michael Dreher presents the HomeVent connect study, an important step towards refining the use of home NIV with telemonitoring for stable, hypercapnic patients. One to watch if your focus is COPD, NIV and telemonitoring!

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Michael Dreher presents the outcome of the HomeVent registry on the prevalence of hypercapnia in COPD stage 3 and 4 and the upcoming HomeVent Connect study, an important step towards refining the use of telemonitoring with home NIV to improve compliance and care for stable, hypercapnic patients. One to watch if your focus is COPD, NIV and telemonitoring!

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Dreher

Michael Dreher - Head of the Department of Pneumology, Universitätsklinik RWTH Aachen, Germany

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