Repeatability of peak nasal inspiratory flow measurements and utility for assessing the severity of rhinitis.

@article{StarlingSchwanz2005RepeatabilityOP,
  title={Repeatability of peak nasal inspiratory flow measurements and utility for assessing the severity of rhinitis.},
  author={R Starling-Schwanz and Helen L Peake and Cheryl M. Salome and Brett G Toelle and Kee Woei Ng and Guy B Marks and Mei Li Lean and Sharon J. Rimmer},
  journal={Allergy},
  year={2005},
  volume={60 6},
  pages={
          795-800
        }
}
BACKGROUND The measurement of peak nasal inspiratory flow (PNIF) provides a simple, cheap, fast and readily available tool for determining the extent of nasal airway patency. However, there are questions regarding its repeatability when used to assess the degree of nasal obstruction in large populations. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the repeatability of PNIF measurements and to assess their association with the signs and symptoms of rhinitis. METHODS The PNIF, rhinitis symptoms… CONTINUE READING
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