Ambulatory and short-burst oxygen for interstitial lung disease
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Ambulatory and short-burst oxygen for interstitial lung disease

Debbi Atkinson Senior lecturer, adult nursing, University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, England, and member of the Cochrane Nursing Care Field

Summary statement

The mission of the Cochrane Nursing Care Field (CNCF) is to improve health outcomes through increasing the use of the Cochrane Library and supporting Cochrane’s role by providing an evidence base for nurses and healthcare professionals who deliver, lead or research nursing care. The CNCF produces Cochrane Corner columns, summaries of recent nursing-care-relevant Cochrane Reviews that are regularly published in collaborating nursing-related journals. Information on the processes CNCF has developed can be accessed at: cncf.cochrane.org/evidence-transfer-program-review-summaries. This is a Cochrane review summary of: Sharp C, Adamali H, Millar AB (2016) Ambulatory and short burst oxygen for interstitial lung disease. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews. Issue 6. CD011716. doi: 10.1002/14651858.CD011716.pub2.

Nursing Standard. 32, 14, 41-42. doi: 10.7748/ns.2017.e11008

Correspondence

Correpsondence debbi.atkinson@port.ac.uk

Conflict of interest

None declared

Correpsondence

debbi.atkinson@port.ac.uk

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Received: 11 September 2017

Accepted: 11 September 2017

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