Pulse oximetry is an essential tool that saves lives: A call for standardisation

Catia Cilloniz, Anita Simonds, Kjeld Hansen, Josep Alouch, Heather Zar, Yoichi Nakanishi, Stephanie Levine, Mark Cohen, Charles Dela Cruz, Scott E. Evans, Maurizio Sanguinetti, Jordi Vila, Jesús Díez Manglano, Ricard Ferrer, Lucio Criado, José Polo García, Zaira Correcher, Diana Rodriguez-Hurtado, Carmen Terrazas, Carmen Muñoz-AlmagroCarolina Garcia-Vidal, Zeina Aoun, Israel Amirav

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Original languageAmerican English
Article number200815
JournalEuropean Respiratory Journal
Volume57
Issue number6
DOIs
StateIndexed - 1 Jun 2021
Externally publishedYes

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Conflict of interest: C. Cilloniz has nothing to disclose. A. Simonds has nothing to disclose. K. Hansen has nothing to disclose. J. Alouch has nothing to disclose. H. Zar has nothing to disclose. Y. Nakanishi has nothing to disclose. S. Levine has nothing to disclose. M. Cohen has nothing to disclose. C. Dela Cruz has nothing to disclose. S.E. Evans has nothing to disclose. M. Sanguinetti has nothing to disclose. J. Vila has nothing to disclose. J. Díez Manglano has nothing to disclose. R. Ferrer has nothing to disclose. L. Criado has nothing to disclose. J. Polo García has nothing to disclose. Z. Correcher has nothing to disclose. D. Rodriguez-Hurtado has nothing to disclose. C. Terrazas has nothing to disclose. C. Muñoz-Almagro reports grants from Pfizer and Roche, grants and personal fees for lectures from Qiastat, outside the submitted work. C. Garcia-Vidal has nothing to disclose. Z. Aoun has nothing to disclose. I. Amirav has nothing to disclose.

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