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Inadequate peak expiratory flow meter characteristics detected by a computerised explosive decompression device
  1. Correspondence to:
    Dr M R Miller, University of Birmingham, Department of Medicine, Selly Oak Hospital, Birmingham B29 6JD, UK;
    m.r.miller{at}bham.ac.uk
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Miller MR, Atkins PR, Pedersen OF
Inadequate peak expiratory flow meter characteristics detected by a computerised explosive decompression device

Publication history

  • Accepted January 11, 2003
  • Revised December 24, 2002
  • First published May 1, 2003.
Online issue publication 
May 01, 2003

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    Files in this Data Supplement:

    • [View PDF] - Details of PEF, FEV1, and FVC for the 26 ATS waveforms together with the RT, DT, and the frequency limit for 95% and 99% of the power spectrum for these waveforms and profiles A and B
    • [View PDF] - Delivered rise time (RT) and 90% dwell time (DT) in ms recorded using the pneumotachograph when the mini-Wright meter was positioned upstream, and their difference from the input RT and DT for the 26 ATS profiles delivered by an optimal pump system

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