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He covers pulmonary function tests and asthma; asbestos; silica; other exposures or conditions identified in the causation of occupational lung disease; conditions attributed to occupational exposures; conditions and factors affecting occupational exposures; and causation criteria, assessment of disability, and work capacity.
Among 159 infants who underwent pulmonary function tests at around 48 hours of age, results in the 76 newborns of smokers getting vitamin C were similar to results for 76 newborns of nonsmoking women in a nonrandomized comparison group.
We found that babies born to pregnant smoking women who took 500 milligrams of Vitamin C daily during their pregnancy had significantly improved pulmonary function tests measured at about 48 hours after delivery," she stated.
[FIGURE 2 OMITTED] [FIGURE 3 OMITTED] Pulmonary function tests are useful for considering tracheal compression in a patient with right sided arcus aorta anomaly who especially suffered from cough and dyspnea .
Pulmonary function test results were as follows: forced vital capacity (FVC), 3.
Next, classic adult-type pulmonary function tests are examined and their application in the semi-cooperative or cooperative older child is explored, with consideration of age-related technical issues and the limitations of these tests.
Consider a pulmonary function test if the others don't reveal anything.
Investigators performed pulmonary function tests on 133 people with IBD and 137 people without the digestive disease.