[Peak flow profile and expert testimony. The significance of peakflow self assessment for pneumological expert testimony].

@article{Waldburger1992PeakFP,
  title={[Peak flow profile and expert testimony. The significance of peakflow self assessment for pneumological expert testimony].},
  author={Raoul Waldburger and Marion Hofmann and M. J. Adri{\'e}n R{\"u}egger and Andreas Knoblauch},
  journal={Schweizerische medizinische Wochenschrift},
  year={1992},
  volume={122 29},
  pages={
          1070-8
        }
}
Quantitative assessment of pulmonary obstructive diseases, such as asthma, may be difficult because of variability of obstruction. This is particularly true with regard to expert evidence pulmonary physicians deliver to insurances. Severity of obstruction, degree of impairment by an obstructive ventilatory defect, and temporal relationship of bronchial obstruction to exposure, may not be detected by physiological measurements in the pulmonary function laboratory. Much of the expert's opinion on… CONTINUE READING

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