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pulmonary

1. of, or relating to or affecting the lungs
2. having lungs or lunglike organs
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Hyatt died in 2016 at the age of 91, and Scanlon has undertaken the latest edition of his guide to interpreting pulmonary function tests, keeping Hyatt's own words whenever possible while updating the material.
Preoperative pulmonary function tests, with or without urinary cotinine levels depending on the clinician, may be an early predictor of the course of the anaesthetic period in suspected passive smoker individuals who are prepared for general anaesthesia.
Effects of septoplasty on pulmonary function tests in patients with nasal septal deviation.
[5] Pulmonary function test (PFT) abnormalities in RA can be restrictive (19-44%) if there is pleural or parenchymal involvement, or obstructive (16-38%) if there is obliterated bronchiolitis, bronchiectasis or cricoarytenoid arthritis.
They then correlated these findings with the results of patients' pulmonary function tests. Just 47 per cent of patients had achieved therapeutic concentrations.
AP1 was associated with less severe asthma; it showed decreased T helper cytokines and increased enterococcus bacteria, but normal pulmonary function tests. AP2 was associated with increased pro-inflammatory cytokines, increased oral taxa and strep pneumonia bacteria, and decreased pulmonary function tests, or more severe asthma.
Bhanu, "Pulmonary Function Tests in Hypertensive Patients," IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS), vol.
Pulmonary function tests are among the beneficial methods to evaluate respiratory changes of patients.
Objective: To predict pulmonary function test values in children.
A Spirometry is a simple, painless pulmonary function test that helps doctors diganose breathing disorders.
[4] Obesity can cause various deleterious effects to respiratory functions, such as alterations in the respiratory mechanics, decrease in respiratory muscle strength and endurance, decrease in pulmonary gas exchange, lower control of breathing, and limitations in pulmonary function tests. [5] The pulmonary function tests (PFTs) are the battery of tests that are used to assess the physiological respiratory efficiency of an individual.
Pulmonary function tests (PFT) are helpful in the investigation of PAH.

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