Clinical Significance of Pulmonary Function Test in Smokers Compared to Non-smoker

@inproceedings{Sunandini2015ClinicalSO,
  title={Clinical Significance of Pulmonary Function Test in Smokers Compared to Non-smoker},
  author={Dr. R. Sunandini and Dr. Shashikanth Somani},
  year={2015}
}
Objective: To compare the pulmonary functions in smoker & non smoker. Materials and Method: In present prospective study , two hundred male subjects were included. PFT measurements were carried out three times in each subject & highest level for forced vital capacity [FVC], forced expiratory volume in first second [FEV1]& peak expiratory flow rate[PEFR] was recorded. Data was analysed using unpaired students t test & ANOVA . Results: Smoking had a negative impact on lung function, as compared… CONTINUE READING

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