Reliable and reproducible anterior active rhinomanometry for the assessment of unilateral nasal resistance.

@article{Carney2000ReliableAR,
  title={Reliable and reproducible anterior active rhinomanometry for the assessment of unilateral nasal resistance.},
  author={A S Carney and Nicholas D Bateman and Nick S. Jones},
  journal={Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences},
  year={2000},
  volume={25 6},
  pages={499-503}
}
Unilateral nasal resistance is now thought to be more important than total resistance in promoting obstructive symptoms. We assessed the reproducibility of anterior active rhinomanometry in measuring unilateral nasal resistance. Ten baseline readings of unilateral nasal resistance were made over a 30-min period in seven healthy subjects (14 nostrils) using anterior active rhinomanometry performed according to the International Committee for the Standardization of Rhinomanometry (ICSR… CONTINUE READING

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