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Making Sense of Lung Function Tests (Paperback) (Jonathan Dakin & Mark Mottershaw)
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Making Sense of Lung Function Tests places lung function in a clinical context using ‘real-life’ examples. The book provides invaluable 'hands-on' guidance for trainees in pulmonary function, anaesthetics and general medicine, and also acts as a useful ready reference for the experienced clinician. The second edition builds on all the features that made the first edition so successful and continues to help the non-specialist improve their knowledge of mechanical measurements of lung function, lung capacity and flow rates and to monitor the effectiveness of respiration through blood gas analysis.