The diagnosis of chronic pulmonary disease is done through spirometry . It is one of the lung function test carried out to monitor the function of lungs. Spirometer is the device used for the test.

Normal readings vary, depending on your age, size, and sex. The range of normal readings is published on a chart, and doctors and nurses refer to this chart when they check your spirometry readings. Although spirometry shows the type, pattern and severity of lung disease, it does not give an indication of the long-term outlook (prognosis) or of your quality of life.

Related Journals of Spirometry

Advances in Molecular Diagnostics, Journal of Medical Diagnostic Methods, Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, Diagnostic and Clinical Immunology, Diagnostic Cytopathology, Diagnostic Molecular Pathology, Diagnostic Microbiology and Infectious Disease, Diagnostic Histopathology.

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