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Canadian Respiratory Journal
Volume 21, Issue 2, Pages 101-106
Original Article

Identification and Validation of Nebulized Aerosol Devices for Sputum Induction

Warren J Davidson,1 John Dennis,1,2 Stephanie The,1 Belinda Litoski,1 Cora Pieron,1,2 and Richard Leigh1

1Department of Medicine, University of Calgary, Canada
2SolAero Ltd, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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