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6-Jun-2017Effect of home noninvasive ventilation with oxygen therapy vs oxygen therapy alone on hospital readmission or death after an acute COPD exacerbation A randomized clinical trialMurphy, PB; Rehal, S; Arbane, G; Bourke, S; Calverley, PMA, et al
20-Oct-2010Domiciliary pulse-oximetry at exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: prospective pilot studyHurst, JR; Donaldson, GC; Quint, JK; Goldring, JJP; Patel, ARC, et al
6-Dec-2016How Do Dual Long-Acting Bronchodilators Prevent Exacerbations of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease?Beeh, KM; Burgel, P-R; Franssen, FME; Luis Lopez-Campos, J; Loukides, S, et al
15-Jul-2015Effects of different antibiotic classes on airway bacteria in stable COPD using culture and molecular Q1 techniques: a randomised controlled trialBrill, S; Law, M; El-Emir, E; Allinson, JP; James, PL, et al
22-Jun-201225-hydroxyvitamin D deficiency, exacerbation frequency and human rhinovirus exacerbations in chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseQuint, JK; Donaldson, GC; Wassef, N; Hurst, JR; Thomas, M, et al
30-Jul-2013Factors associated with change in exacerbation frequency in COPDDonaldson, GC; Mullerova, H; Locantore, N; Hurst, JR; Calverley, PM, et al
11-Jan-2018Pulmonary rehabilitation for patients with COPD during and after an exacerbation-related hospitalisation: back to the future?Wilson, KC; Krishnan, JA; Sliwinski, P; Criner, GJ; Miravitlles, M, et al
11-Jan-2018Pulmonary rehabilitation for patients with COPD during and after an exacerbation-related hospitalisation: back to the future?Wilson, KC; Krishnan, JA; Sliwinski, P; Criner, GJ; Miravitlles, M, et al
1-Aug-2018Long-term triple therapy de-escalation to indacaterol/glycopyrronium in COPD patients (SUNSET): a randomized, double-blind, triple-dummy clinical trialChapman, KR; Hurst, JR; Frent, S; Larbig, M; Fogel, R, et al
1-Feb-2019Reply to: Different background, short duration, inappropriate participants may harm your conclusionChapman, KR; Hurst, JR; Fogel, RB; Pfister, P; Kostikas, K, et al