Airway Bypass Improves the Mechanical Properties of Explanted Emphysematous Lungs

Abstract

Rationale: By creating artificial communications through bronchial walls into the parenchyma of explanted lungs (airway bypass), we expect to decrease the amount of gas trapped and to increase the rate and volume of air expelled during forced expirations

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This paper was published in PubMed Central.

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