Published in Immunotherapy Weekly, February 4th, 2004
The study's investigators pointed out that measurement of airway resistance in 838 4-year-olds with what is called the interrupter resistance technique (Rint) could help identify young children at high risk of asthma. The technique does not require the active cooperation of the child, as do other airway tests. Just over half of the children (482) never wheezed; 236 (28%) had early...
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