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pulmonary

1. of, or relating to or affecting the lungs
2. having lungs or lunglike organs
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The reason why the pulmonary function test results were normal in our study might be due to the fact that patients' disabilities were mild and that the measurements were performed during the "ON" stage (23).
After the pulmonary function technologist completes the series of pulmonary function tests for the patient, he or she should always look carefully at all the results to make sure they correlate with each other before dismissing the patient, in case a test needs to be repeated.
It is difficult to predict which patients will develop progressive pulmonary fibrosis, but if the patient has normal pulmonary function tests at presentation, then that patient is unlikely to go on to develop severe pulmonary fibrosis.
Pulmonary function test results were as follows: forced vital capacity (FVC), 3.
Serial pulmonary function tests in patients treated with low-dose amiodarone.
The pulmonary function test (Category 1) found 281 normal and six borderline cases.
1 - set of connected, for performing pulmonary function tests in children.
Shashikala [29] showed that the Pulmonary Function Tests values are higher after exercise training.
Free special tests and services offered at some sites include screening for glaucoma, dental, dermatology, allergy, hearing, podiatry, as well as EKGs, nutrition, counseling, pulmonary function tests, immunizations, lead testing and more.
The following pulmonary function tests were performed for each subject using a Med-Graphics [TM] metabolic cart and Breeze Software [TM]: forced vital capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), slow vital capacity (SVC), maximum volitional ventilation (MVV), maximum inspiratory pressure (MIP), and maximum expiratory pressure (MEP).
COLORADO SPRINGS--Improvements in pulmonary function tests and subjective complaints of breathlessness appear to be underappreciated benefits of the surgical repair of giant paraesophageal hernias.
And DOD should consider using additional medical data, such as the results of pulmonary function tests, when characterizing health outcomes linked to military personnel's exposure to air pollution, the report said.

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