FeNO - Fractional Exhaled Nitric Oxide - can ensure asthma is the correct diagnosis rather than another condition.
What does ENO stand for?
ENO stands for Exhaled Nitric Oxide
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- Enterprise Network of New York (Bronx, NY)
- Eagles Nest Outfitters (Asheville, NC)
- Editor of New Objects (France)
- Education Network of Ontario (Canada)
- Engineering Night Out
- English National Opera
- Environment Online (online network)
- Essentially Non-Oscillatory
- European Northern Observatory (Canary Islands, Spain)
- Eastern Nebraska Office on Aging
- electronic Notice of Arrival
- European Network of Animation
- Everything North of Atlantic (band)
- European Network of Organic Agriculture Students
- European Network of Organic Agriculture University Teachers
- Effective Number Of Bits
- Enemy Order of Battle
- Equivalent Number of Bits
- EGEE (Enabling Grids for E-Science in Europe) Network Operations Centre (Switzerland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The study is the first to use exhaled nitric oxide in a study of phthalate exposure in children.
A new study shows that monitoring levels of exhaled nitric oxide in adolescents with asthma and adjusting treatment accordingly does not improve the course of their disease.
Other presentations were on air pollution and respiratory health; exhaled nitric oxide as a diagnostic test; an update on the Dunedin multidisciplinary health and development study (this involves ongoing assessment of a group of babies born in Dunedin between 1972-73); new developments in treatments for nicotine addiction, current issues in bronchiectasis management; patients' beliefs and misconceptions; and an extremely enlightening and entertaining presentation by Christchurch microbiologist Ben Harris on our changing attitudes towards "bugs".
The elevated level of exhaled nitric oxide in asthmatic patients is mainly derived from the lower respiratory tract.
Increased levels of exhaled nitric oxide during nasal and oral breathing in subjects with seasonal rhinitis.