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Airways resistance and specific conductance for the diagnosis of obstructive airways diseases.

Posted on 23 February 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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Respiratory Research Journal published a study on the importance of Airway resistance (RAW) and specific airway conductance (sGAW) measurements through body plethysmography.

Lung Function Tests in Preschool Children.

Posted on 05 February 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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A new study has been published in the Turkish Thoracic Journal reviewing the available techniques for the measurement of lung function in preschool children.

Ventilatory analysis during 6MWT gives relevant information about exercise limitation in COPD.

Posted on 04 February 2016, Scientific, Spiropalm

Ventilatory analysis during 6MWT gives relevant information about exercise limitation in COPD.

A new poster was presented during the 2015 ERS Conference and then published in the European Respiratory Journal, highlighting the importance of ventilatory analysis during the Six Minute Walk Test (6MWT) in COPD patients.

Oscillometry complements spirometry in evaluation of subjects following toxic inhalation.

Posted on 03 February 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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A new study on the European Respiratory Journal highlights the utility to add FOT testing to spirometry in subjects following toxic inhalation (for example the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster in 2001).

Influence of Body Composition on Lung Function and Respiratory Muscle Strength in Children With Obesity.

Posted on 27 January 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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A new study published on the Journal of Clinical Medical Research demonstrates how obesity affects lung function and respiratory muscle strength.

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