The Science Journal of the American Association for Respiratory Care


January / Volume 57 / Number 1

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A Special Issue:
48th Respiratory Care Journal Conference—
Pulmonary Function Testing
co-chairs: Paul L Enright, Gregg L Ruppell

Conference Proceedings

Facing the Noise: Addressing the Endemic Variability in DLCO Testing
by Meredith C McCormack—Baltimore, Maryland
What Is the Clinical Value of Lung Volumes?
by Gregg L Ruppel—St Louis, Missouri
What Is the Best Pulmonary Diagnostic Approach for Wheezing Patients With Normal Spirometry?
by William W Busse—Madison, Wisconsin
Which Pulmonary Function Tests Best Differentiate Between COPD Phenotypes?
by Steve H Salzman—Mineola, New York
Children Should Not Be Treated Like Little Adults in the PFT Lab
by Laura Seed, David Wilson, and Allan L Coates—Toronto, Ontario, Canada
What Is the Role of PFTs in Monitoring Adverse Effects of Surgery, Drug Treatments, Radiation Therapy, and During Hospitalization?
by Oleh W Hnatiuk—Washington, DC
What Does Airway Resistance Tell Us About Lung Function?
by David A Kaminsky—Burlington, Vermont
Exercising Your Patient: Which Test(s) and When?
by Bohdan M Pichurko—Cleveland, Ohio
Quality Assurance of the Pulmonary Function Technologist
by Jeffrey M Haynes—Nashua, New Hampshire
PFT Interpretive Strategies: American Thoracic Society/European Respiratory Society 2005 Guideline Gaps
by Albert Miller—New York, New York
and Paul L Enright—Tucson, Arizona
How Should the Lower Limit of the Normal Range Be Defined?
by Bruce H Culver—Seattle, Washington
Should We Keep Pushing for a Spirometer in Every Doctor’s Office?
by Paul L Enright—Tucson, Arizona
The Future of Pulmonary Function Testing
by Neil R MacIntyre—Durham, North Carolina

Conference Summary

Pulmonary Function Testing
by Gregg L Ruppel—St Louis, Missouri
and Paul L Enright—Tucson, Arizona
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