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Beyond spirometry
For many decades, requiring patients to make forced, maximal exhalations to measure their expiratory volumes and flows, has been the
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Techniques of assessing small airways dysfunction
The small airways are defined as those less than 2 mm in diameter. They are a major site of pathology
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Small Airways Dysfunction in Asthma: Evaluation and Management
Usmani, Os   Abstract The small airways have been neglected for many years, but interest in the topic has been
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Reference equations for respiratory system resistance and reactance in adults
Aim: To determine reference equations for respiratory system resistance and reactance in a large randomly selected sample from a general,
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Respiratory impedance and bronchodilator responsiveness in healthy children aged 2-13 years
Claudia Calogero MD, Shannon J. Simpson PhD, Enrico Lombardi MD, Niccolò Parri MD, Barbara Cuomo MD, Massimo Palumbo MD, Maurizio de Martino MD, Claire Shackleton BSc (Hons), Maureen
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Transient reference values for impulse oscillometry for children aged 3–18 years
Bożena Nowowiejska MD, Waldemar Tomalak PhD, Jakub Radliński PhD, Grzegorz Siergiejko MD, Wojciech Latawiec PhD, Maciej Kaczmarski MD, PhD   Abstract Impulse oscillometry
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Respiratory impedance in healthy subjects: baseline values and bronchodilator response
Ellie Oostveen1, Krisztina Boda2, Chris P.M. van der Grinten3, Alan L. James4, Sally Young4, Hans Nieland5 and Zoltán Hantos2  
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