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Keeping it simple: Can resting heart rate and hand grip strength predict future pulmonary health problems?

(American College of Chest Physicians) Two studies will be presented during the CHEST Annual Meeting 2016 in Los Angeles that illustrate how something as simple as a patient's resting heart rate or handgrip strength can predict future pulmonary health problems.
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