This analysis compared participant characteristics and primary outcomes from individuals who were enrolled in the CAPTURE study before versus after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discriminative accuracy of the CAPTURE Tool for identifying chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in US primary care settings
This cross-sectional study examined the operating characteristics of the CAPTURE screening tool for identifying patients with undiagnosed, clinically significant COPD in a primary care setting in the United States; in total, 4679 individuals aged 45–80 years were enrolled, all of whom had no previous diagnosis of COPD.
Post-intensive care unit COVID-19 survivors: Functional status and respiratory function three months after an inpatient rehabilitation program
This prospective study examined functional status and respiratory function in 36 post-ICU COVID-19 survivors three months after discharge from an inpatient rehabilitation program.
Inpatient rehabilitation can improve functional outcomes of post-intensive care unit COVID-19 patients—A prospective study
This prospective study examined the impact of an inpatient rehabilitation program on neuromuscular, respiratory, and functional impairment in 42 COVID-19 […]
This paper described an ongoing, prospective, cluster-randomized controlled trial that is evaluating the specificity and sensitivity of the COPD Assessment […]
Can CAPTURE be used to identify undiagnosed patients with mild-to-moderate COPD likely to benefit from treatment?
This study evaluated the ability of the COPD Assessment in Primary Care To Identify Undiagnosed Respiratory Disease and Exacerbation Risk […]