COPD Pocket Consultant Guide

March 2019

Research

Country of origin: USA

This is the COPD Foundation's Pocket Consultant Guide (PCG). It is intended for health care professionals.

The app is an interactive version of the popular PCG. It allows the user to input symptom scores, spirometry information and exacerbation history. The results will highlight sections on the Therapy Chart and provide a complete list of medications and treatment options available for diagnosis and treatment of COPD.

This app is an educational resource only and should not be considered as offering medical advice.

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