Discrepancies between pediatric laboratories in pulmonary function results from healthy children.

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BACKGROUND Multi-center research studies that include pulmonary function as an objective outcome are increasingly important in pediatric respiratory medicine. The need for local controls rather than depending on published normative data for lung function remains debatable. AIM To compare pulmonary function in childhood controls with no respiratory… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ppul.21592

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@article{Paton2012DiscrepanciesBP, title={Discrepancies between pediatric laboratories in pulmonary function results from healthy children.}, author={James Y. Paton and Caroline S Beardsmore and Aidan Laverty and Caroline King and Cara Oliver and David Z. Young and Janet Stocks}, journal={Pediatric pulmonology}, year={2012}, volume={47 6}, pages={588-96} }