RESPIRATORY SOUNDS AS A SOURCE OF INFORMATION IN ASTHMA DIAGNOSIS

@inproceedings{Skalicky2017RESPIRATORYSA,
  title={RESPIRATORY SOUNDS AS A SOURCE OF INFORMATION IN ASTHMA DIAGNOSIS},
  author={Daniel Skalicky and Franti{\vs}ek Lopot and V{\'a}clav Koucky and Petr Kubov{\'y} and prof.MUDr.Petr Pohunek and V{\'a}clav Zoul and Karel Jelen and Vojtěch Dynybyl},
  year={2017}
}
Around 300 million people all over the world at all age level suffer from asthma [1]. Patients with this disease have primarily difficult breathing with wheezing in respiratory sounds, cough and feeling of constricted chest. Therefore their physical activity is strongly limited [2]. Nowadays, there are several methods for asthma diagnosis, for example spirometry, measuring of peaks of expiratory velocity or measuring of bronchial reactivity. Although these methods are sufficiently reliable in… CONTINUE READING

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