Bronchial Provocation Testing in Adults — Is there Clinical Relevance?
In this talk I shall look at the measurement of bronchial responsiveness from the point of view of the patient whose specific concerns are with how their asthma can be treated and what the long term outcome is going to be.
KeywordsPeak Flow Airflow Obstruction Bronchial Hyperresponsiveness Bronchial Responsiveness Peak Flow Rate
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