Airwave oscillometry detects spirometric-silent episodes of acute cellular rejection
Airwave oscillometry and patient-reported outcomes in persistent asthma
Feasibility and reproducibility of Oscillometry for measuring respiratory function in young children: the SEPAGES cohort
Bronchodilator response assessed by the forced oscillation technique identifies poor asthma control with greater sensitivity than spirometry
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“In a survey conducted at 3 months after lung transplant [...] patients reported a significantly higher satisfaction with Oscillometry compared with Spirometry and found Oscillometry to be significantly easier to perform than spirometry.”
“Oscillometry is feasible, responsive, and safe in children with acute asthma exacerbations in the Emergency Department.”
“FOT is useful either when added to spirometry providing complementary mechanical information or when spirometry cannot be measured, such as during the current COVID-19 pandemic”.
"Unlike spirometry, a forced maneuver that requires patient cooperation (5, 6), oscillometry is conducted during normal breathing and requires minimal patient cooperation."
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