Published in Hospital Business Week, March 19th, 2006
"To assess the diagnostic feasibility and patient acceptance of a new developed diagnostic test for exercise-induced upper airway flow limitation," otorhinolaryngologists in Norway conducted a "clinical case control study including evaluation of contemporary ergo-spirometry and laryngoscopy continuously performed during exercise."
"Twelve nonsymptomatic controls and four young females with documented dyspnea and noisy breathing during exercise were studied," noted J.H. Heimdal and coauthors at Haukeland University Hospital.
"All subjects exercised to...
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