Forced oscillation technique: from theory to clinical applications.

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The forced oscillation technique (FOT) allows the noninvasive assessment of the mechanical properties of the respiratory system. Given that the technique does not require patient cooperation, it is suitable for the routine evaluation of respiratory function in a variety of clinical applications. In this paper, the rationale and the most conventional… (More)

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@article{Navajas2001ForcedOT, title={Forced oscillation technique: from theory to clinical applications.}, author={Daniel Navajas and Rosaura Farr{\'e}}, journal={Monaldi archives for chest disease = Archivio Monaldi per le malattie del torace}, year={2001}, volume={56 6}, pages={555-62} }