A conceptual framework for pulmonary function testing


Pulmonary function (PF) testing is traditionally depicted as a sequence of separate activities in which a “test” is performed producing “results” which are subsequently “interpreted.” An alternative view of PF testing is presented which identifies two problems that must be solved: an inductive problem and a deductive problem. Solving the inductive problem… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02364775

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@article{Primiano1981ACF, title={A conceptual framework for pulmonary function testing}, author={Frank P. Primiano}, journal={Annals of Biomedical Engineering}, year={1981}, volume={9}, pages={621-632} }