All Relations between fev and thoracic

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Margaret Rosenfeld, Elizabeth A Cromwell, Michael S Schechter, Clement Ren, Patrick A Flume, Rhonda D Szczesniak, Wayne J Morgan, Raksha Jai. The impact of switching to race-neutral reference equations on FEV Journal of cystic fibrosis : official journal of the European Cystic Fibrosis Society. 2024-03-31. PMID:38556415. the impact of switching to race-neutral reference equations on fev the american thoracic society recommended switching to race-neutral spirometry reference equations, as race is a social construct and to avoid normalizing disparities in lung function due to structural racism. 2024-03-31 2024-04-03 Not clear
Masanori Yokoba, Tsuyoshi Ichikawa, Shinya Harada, Kazu Shiomi, Masashi Mikubo, Mototsugu Ono, Dai Sonoda, Yukitoshi Satoh, Hironori Hanawa, Katsuhiko Naoki, Masato Katagir. Comparison between quantitative computed tomography, scintigraphy, and anatomical methods for prediction of postoperative FEV Journal of thoracic disease. vol 12. issue 10. 2020-11-20. PMID:33209361. comparison between quantitative computed tomography, scintigraphy, and anatomical methods for prediction of postoperative fev postoperative assessment of pulmonary function is important for estimating the risk of thoracic surgery and long-term disability following pulmonary resection, including predicted postoperative (ppo) forced expiratory volume (fev) in one second (ppofev 2020-11-20 2023-08-13 Not clear
Fernanda de Cordoba Lanza, Anderson Alves de Camargo, Lilian Rocha Ferraz Archija, Jessyca Pachi Rodrigues Selman, Carla Malaguti, Simone Dal Cors. Chest wall mobility is related to respiratory muscle strength and lung volumes in healthy subjects. Respiratory care. vol 58. issue 12. 2014-08-18. PMID:23674814. we investigate the associations between chest wall mobility, axillary and thoracic cirtometry values, respiratory muscle strength (maximum inspiratory pressure and maximum expiratory pressure), and lung volumes (expiratory reserve volume, fev(1), inspiratory capacity, fev(1)/fvc), and the determinants of chest mobility in healthy subjects. 2014-08-18 2023-08-12 human
Stefan Wesołowski, Piotr Boro. [Restrictive pattern in spirometry: does FEV(1)/FVC need to be increased?]. Pneumonologia i alergologia polska. vol 79. issue 6. 2012-03-28. PMID:22028116. according to american thoracic society/european respiratory society (ats/ers) 2005 guidelines restrictive pattern in spirometry consists of a reduction in vital capacity and increase in forced expiratory volume in 1 second/vital capacity (fev(1)/vc) 〉 85-90%. 2012-03-28 2023-08-12 Not clear
Zechariah S Gardner, Gregg L Ruppel, David A Kaminsk. Grading the severity of obstruction in mixed obstructive-restrictive lung disease. Chest. vol 140. issue 3. 2011-12-14. PMID:21415132. the severity of obstructive pulmonary disease is determined by the fev(1) % predicted based on the american thoracic society/european respiratory society (ats/ers) guidelines. 2011-12-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
David A McAllister, William MacNee, Daniel Duprez, Eric A Hoffman, Jens Vogel-Claussen, Michael H Criqui, Matthew Budoff, Rui Jiang, David A Bluemke, R Graham Bar. Pulmonary function is associated with distal aortic calcium, not proximal aortic distensibility. MESA lung study. COPD. vol 8. issue 2. 2011-08-19. PMID:21495835. we therefore examined if fev(1) and ct percent emphysema were associated with calcification of the abdominal aorta or reduced distensibility of the proximal thoracic aorta.the multi-ethnic study of atherosclerosis (mesa) measured aortic calcification on cardiac and abdominal ct scans and proximal aortic distensibility using magnetic resonance among participants aged 45-84 years without clinical cardiovascular disease. 2011-08-19 2023-08-12 human
Imran Khalid, Zachary Q Morris, Bruno Digiovin. Specific conductance criteria for a positive methacholine challenge test: are the American Thoracic Society guidelines rather generous? Respiratory care. vol 54. issue 9. 2009-10-30. PMID:19712492. american thoracic society (ats) guidelines for methacholine challenge testing (mct) discuss specific airways conductance (sg(aw)) as a surrogate marker for forced expiratory volume in the first second (fev(1)) to diagnose airways obstruction. 2009-10-30 2023-08-12 Not clear
Rupali Drewek, Elfriede Garber, Sheryl Stanclik, Pippa Simpson, Melodee Nugent, William Gersha. The FEF25-75 and its decline as a predictor of methacholine responsiveness in children. The Journal of asthma : official journal of the Association for the Care of Asthma. vol 46. issue 4. 2009-07-07. PMID:19484673. the basis for a positive test per american thoracic society (ats) guidelines is a methacholine concentration < or = 16 mg/ml that causes a 20% decrease in forced expiratory volume in 1 second (fev(1)) (termed the pc20 for fev(1)). 2009-07-07 2023-08-12 Not clear
b' Luis Puente-Maestu, Jos\\xc3\\xa9 P\\xc3\\xa9rez-Parra, Raul Godoy, Nicol\\xc3\\xa1s Moreno, Alberto Tejedor, Ana Torres, Alberto L\\xc3\\xa1zaro, Alicia Ferreira, Alvar Agust\\xc3\\xa. Abnormal transition pore kinetics and cytochrome C release in muscle mitochondria of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. American journal of respiratory cell and molecular biology. vol 40. issue 6. 2009-06-19. PMID:19011161.' mitochondria were isolated from the vastus lateralis (vl), external intercostalis (ei), and latissimus dorsi (ld) in 11 patients with copd (66 +/- 9 yr; fev(1) 66 +/- 13%) and 15 smokers with normal lung function (64 +/- 6 yr; fev(1) 95 +/- 11%) who required thoracic surgery for a localized lung neoplasm. 2009-06-19 2023-08-12 Not clear
Helmi Ben Saad, Christian Préfaut, Zouhair Tabka, Abdelkrim Zbidi, Maurice Hayo. The forgotten message from gold: FVC is a primary clinical outcome measure of bronchodilator reversibility in COPD. Pulmonary pharmacology & therapeutics. vol 21. issue 5. 2009-02-19. PMID:18555715. the american thoracic society (ats) and the european respiratory society (ers) recommend fev(1) and/or forced vital capacity (fvc). 2009-02-19 2023-08-12 Not clear
James E Hansen, Xing Guo Sun, David Adame, Karlman Wasserma. Argument for changing criteria for bronchodilator responsiveness. Respiratory medicine. vol 102. issue 12. 2009-01-02. PMID:18701269. extensively used current guidelines of the american thoracic society/european respiratory society (ats/ers) define a positive aerosolized bronchodilator (bd) response as: "...an increase in fev(1) and/or fvc > or = 12% of control and > or = 200 ml." 2009-01-02 2023-08-12 Not clear
Harald Groebe. Epidural anesthesia and pulmonary function. Journal of anesthesia. vol 20. issue 4. 2007-01-23. PMID:17072694. however, even in patients with severe asthma, thoracic epidural anesthesia leads to a decrease of about 10% in vc and fev(1.0) and no increase in bronchial reactivity. 2007-01-23 2023-08-12 Not clear
Harald Groebe. Epidural anesthesia and pulmonary function. Journal of anesthesia. vol 20. issue 4. 2007-01-23. PMID:17072694. these effects, i.e., a reduction in vital capacity (vc) and forced expiratory volume in 1 s (fev(1.0)), are negligible under lumbar and low thoracic epidural anesthesia. 2007-01-23 2023-08-12 Not clear
J Mallol, V L Aguirre, G Wandalse. Variability of the raised volume rapid thoracic compression technique in infants with recurrent wheezing. Allergologia et immunopathologia. vol 33. issue 2. 2005-06-06. PMID:15808113. however, variability in the main parameters obtained with raised volume rapid thoracic compression (rvrtc), fvc, fev(0.5), fef(50), fef(75), and fef(25-75), has not been completely evaluated. 2005-06-06 2023-08-12 Not clear
Koichi Fujiu, Ryuzo Kanno, Hiroyuki Suzuki, Yutaka Shio, Mitsunori Higuchi, Jun Ohsugi, Akio Oishi, Mitsukazu Goto. Preoperative pulmonary function as a predictor of respiratory complications and mortality in patients undergoing lung cancer resection. Fukushima journal of medical science. vol 49. issue 2. 2004-05-10. PMID:15065638. we evaluated preoperative pulmonary function as a predictor of respiratory complications and mortality in patients undergoing lung cancer resection to confirm the guideline of the british thoracic society: lung cancer surgery in patients with predictive postoperative fev(1.0) (%fev(1.0)ppo) > 40% and predictive postoperative diffusion capacity for carbon monoxide (%dl(co)ppo) > 40% can be carried out with average risk. 2004-05-10 2023-08-12 Not clear
Suzanne Terheggen-Lagro, Neeltje Truijens, Noor van Poppel, Vincent Gulmans, Johan van der Laag, Cornelis van der En. Correlation of six different cystic fibrosis chest radiograph scoring systems with clinical parameters. Pediatric pulmonology. vol 35. issue 6. 2003-10-08. PMID:12746940. all six radiograph scoring systems, especially the chrispin-norman score, showed a low interobserver variability and correlated well with lung function tests, especially fev(1)% predicted and infectious exacerbation rate, and moderately with maximum work capacity and thoracic mobility. 2003-10-08 2023-08-12 Not clear
B F Meyers, G A Patterso. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. 10: Bullectomy, lung volume reduction surgery, and transplantation for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Thorax. vol 58. issue 7. 2003-08-20. PMID:12832685. patients with giant bullae filling half the thoracic volume and compressing relatively normal adjacent parenchyma are offered bullectomy; those with hyperinflation, heterogeneous distribution of destruction, forced expiratory volume in 1 second (fev(1)) >20%, and a normal carbon dioxide tension (pco(2)) are offered lvrs; and patients with diffuse disease, lower fev(1), hypercapnia, and associated pulmonary hypertension are directed towards transplantation. 2003-08-20 2023-08-12 Not clear
David L Balfe, Michael Lewis, Zab Mohsenifa. Grading the severity of obstruction in the presence of a restrictive ventilatory defect. Chest. vol 122. issue 4. 2002-11-22. PMID:12377866. the grading of airway obstruction is currently based on the fev(1) (american thoracic society [ats] recommendations), while prior recommendations by the intermountain thoracic society (its) graded the severity of obstruction based on the fev(1)/fvc ratio. 2002-11-22 2023-08-12 Not clear
Annie Lin Parker, F Dennis McCoo. Pulmonary function characteristics in patients with different patterns of methacholine airway hyperresponsiveness. Chest. vol 121. issue 6. 2002-08-27. PMID:12065344. the american thoracic society guidelines for methacholine-induced airway hyperresponsiveness include a > or = 20% reduction in fev(1) or a > or = 40% reduction in specific airway conductance (sgaw). 2002-08-27 2023-08-12 Not clear
Ville Remes, Ilkka Helenius, Jari Peltonen, Mikko Poussa, Anssi Sovijärv. Lung function in diastrophic dysplasia. Pediatric pulmonology. vol 33. issue 4. 2002-04-26. PMID:11921457. the angle of thoracic or thoracolumbar scoliosis correlated with the percentages of the predicted values of fvc (r(s) = - 0.66), forced expired volume in 1 sec (fev(1)) (r(s) = - 0.56), and total lung capacity (tlc) (r(s) = - 0.67). 2002-04-26 2023-08-12 Not clear