Do asthmatic patients correctly record home spirometry measurements?

@article{Chowienczyk1994DoAP,
  title={Do asthmatic patients correctly record home spirometry measurements?},
  author={Phil Chowienczyk and David Parkin and C P Lawson and Gillian M Cochrane},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={1994},
  volume={309 6969},
  pages={
          1618
        }
}
Asthma diary cards for entering measurements of peak expiratory flow and subjective symptom scores are widely used in clinical trials1 and have been recommended for guiding management.2 We compared the record keeping of peak expiratory flow and spirometry measurements of two groups of patients with asthma, with only one group knowing that all data, including time and date, were being electronically recorded and stored by the spirometers. We recruited 33 adults with asthma (16 men; mean age 52… CONTINUE READING

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