Ipratropium bromide hydrofluoroalkane inhalation aerosol is safe and effective in patients with COPD

James Taylor, Arthur Kotch, Kathryn Rice, Mo Ghafouri, Caryn L. Kurland, Nora M. Fagan, Theodore J. Witek, Roblee Allen, Theodore Amgott, Horst Blumberg, Shari Anne Brazinsky, James R. Castle, Peter J. Costantini, William T. Ellison, Joe Garcia, W. Thomas Garland, Michael Goldman, Fredric Jackson, Mitchell Kaye, Steven KnoperArthur Kotch, Stephen M. Kreitzer, Robert Lapidus, H. Charles Miller, K. Scott Miller, M. Brooke Nicotra, Bohdan Pichurko, Kathryn L. Rice, Andrew Ries, Joseph Sokolowski, James Taylor, James Tita, Michael P. Tonner, Bernhard Votteri, Andrew S. Wachtel, Laurence A. Weiss, Lewis Wesselius, Jan Westerman

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