Methods for Measuring Lung Volumes: Is There a Better One?

Posted on 12 April 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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The accuracy level of three different lung volumes techniques (body plethysmography, radiography with computerized tomography and dilution) were analyzed in the "Respiration - International Journal of Thoracic Medicine".

The Forced Oscillation Technique in Paediatric Respiratory Practice

Posted on 08 April 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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The clinical usefulness of Forced Oscillation Technique has been investigated in a scientific article published in Paediatric Respiratory Reviews Journal

Diffusion Capacity and Mortality in Patients With Pulmonary Hypertension Due to Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction

Posted on 24 March 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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The prognostic importance of lung diffusion capacity testing in pulmonary hypertension patients has been analysed in this study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology

The Vital Capacity Is Vital: Epidemiology and Clinical Significance of the Restrictive Spirometry Pattern

Posted on 18 March 2016, Pulmonary Function Test, Scientific

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An overview on the significance of Restrictive Spirometry Pattern has been published in the Chest Journal, official pubblication of the American College of Chest Physicians.

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.

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