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Peak Expiratory Flow Rate in School Going Children
Asian Journal of Medical Research
Pulmonary function tests (PFT's) using complete spirometry help us quantify the state of the respiratory system and aid in the management of respiratory tract illnesses in pediatric practice. However, instrumentation is relatively expensive and only available in hospitals. In contrast, peak expiratory flow rate (PEFR) can be measured using relatively inexpensive peak flow meters and are of value in identifying and assessing the degree of airflow limitation of individuals. To detect anydoi:10.47009/ajmr.2020.9.1.pm2 fatcat:rzuqn3wxqbcxlhqdtj6ciun7fe