David P. Johns and Rob Pierce, 2011
The Pocket Guide to Spirometry explains everything a practitioner needs to know about spirometry, including what a spirometer is, how to use one, how to interpret test results and the different types of spirometers. This book presents information in a practical, systematic manner and is an essential aid for all health professionals involved in the management of patients with respiratory conditions.
Spirometry is the most commonly used method for assessing lung function. It is one of the primary tools used for the diagnosis, assessment and management of many respiratory diseases including asthma and COPD.
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