International – Kieliversiot
Translations of instructions and forms
Peak flow (PEF) monitoring is used to evaluate common respiratory symptoms like cough, dyspnoea, shortness of breath and wheezing that can occur occasionally or continuously, provoked or exacerbated by typically environmental stimuli. Variability of PEF values is evaluated in the diagnosis of asthma, but variability can occur also in other conditions.
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