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In an observational study of 210 patients undergoing resection for lung cancer, those with a peak oxygen uptake (VO2 max) of <10 mL/kg/min were 4 times more likely to have cardiac or pulmonary complications than those with a VO2 > 17. ERJ 2011;37:1189-1198.

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CPET identified those with lung ca at high perioperative risk