Medical News / ERS 2020: Impulse Oscillometry Effective Detecting Non-Controlled Asthma

Researchers have previously confirmed impulse oscillometry (IOS) can be used to detect asthma control, but the technique has not fully been vetted in adult populations. In new data presented virtually during the European Respiratory Society (ERS) 2020 International Congress this week, a team, led by Warawut Chaiwong, Chiang Mai University, assessed the diagnostic ability of impulse oscillometry for distinguishing between not well-controlled and well-controlled asthmatic patients. Source: MDMag To view the third party content, kindly click on the link below or read more. You will then leave this site and enter a third party site.

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