Interpretative strategies for lung function tests.

@article{Pellegrino2005InterpretativeSF,
  title={Interpretative strategies for lung function tests.},
  author={Roberto R. Pellegrino and Giovanni Viegi and Vito Brusasco and Robert O. Crapo and Felip Burgos and Richard H Casaburi and Anne V. Coates and Chris P M van der Grinten and Per Gustafsson and Jenny Hankinson and Renee Jensen and Donald Curtis. Johnson and Neil Alexander Macintyre and Rebecca Charlotte McKay and Martin R Miller and Daniel Navajas and Ole F Pedersen and James Wanger},
  journal={The European respiratory journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={
          948-68
        }
}
SERIES “ATS/ERS TASK FORCE: STANDARDISATION OF LUNG FUNCTION TESTING” Edited by V. Brusasco, R. Crapo and G. Viegi Number 5 in this Series This section is written to provide guidance in interpreting pulmonary function tests (PFTs) to medical directors of hospital-based laboratories that perform PFTs, and physicians who are responsible for interpreting the results of PFTs most commonly ordered for clinical purposes. Specifically, this section addresses the interpretation of… CONTINUE READING

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