The missing piece

in continued lung function monitoring

“Oscillometry provides ... insights to guide treatment decisions that may not be apparent with a forced manoeuvre alone” Cottee et al. 2021

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Asthma diagnosis

"Oscillometry may be especially helpful in diagnosing asthma in patients with preserved spirometry as a more sensitive indicator of abonormal airway physiology."  Kaminsky et al. 2021

Asthma treatment selection and monitoring

"...FEV1 [forced expiratory volume in 1 second] alone is not as good a predictor of uncontrolled asthma and future exacerbations as OS. Adding OS to FEV1 results in better identification of these poor asthma outcomes than either alone..."  Galant et al. 2023

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