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Current and evolving tests in lung function: pro/con debate

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Chairs: I. Steenbruggen (Zwolle, Netherlands), N. Roche (Paris, France)
Aims: to stage pro and con debates that will challenge our perceptions of current and evolving tests in lung function assessment. Three pro and con debates, each involving two speakers, will be presented. In each debate, the speakers will each deliver a sharp 12 minute presentation and there will be a 10 minute open discussion after both speakers have spoken. Thereafter, an update on the Global Lung Function Initiative (GLI) will be provided.
FEV1 is helpful in respiratory medicine - pro
R. Rodriguez Roisin (Barcelona, Spain)
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FEV1 is helpful in respiratory medicine - con
O. Usmani (London, United Kingdom)
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Forced oscillation technique is ready for screening respiratory disease - pro
R. Dandurand (Beaconsfield (QC), Canada)
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Forced oscillation technique is ready for screening respiratory disease - con
P. Calverley (Liverpool (Merseyside), United Kingdom)
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Multiple breath washout technique is a helpful clinical tool for assessing respiratory disease - pro
B. Thompson (Melbourne, Australia)
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Multiple breath washout technique is a helpful clinical tool for assessing respiratory disease - con
P. Latzin (Bern, Switzerland)
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Current challenges and future directions of the Global Lung function Initiative (GLI)
B. Cooper (Edgbaston (Birmingham), United Kingdom)
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