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SW20 Clinical interpretation of spirometry results FULLY BOOKED

Skills workshop
Chairs: B. Cooper (Edgbaston (Birmingham), United Kingdom), A. McGowan (Dublin, Ireland)
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To know how to interpret spirometry tests; to be able (1) to differentiate between poor technique and technical errors and abnormal spirometry by evaluating patterns in flow volume and volume time curves; and (2) to recognise abnormal from normal spirometry when interpreting curves and results tables by comparing the measured values with the reference values.
Introduction
B. Cooper (Edgbaston (Birmingham), United Kingdom), A. McGowan (Dublin, Ireland)
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Recognise technically poor traces and errors of measurement
A. Drews (Grimma, Germany), J. Lloyd (Birmingham (West Midlands), United Kingdom), E. Arismendi Nunez (Barcelona, Spain), J. Kivastik (Tartu, Estonia)
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Deciding on reference values and how to calculate them
A. Drews (Grimma, Germany), J. Lloyd (Birmingham (West Midlands), United Kingdom), E. Arismendi Nunez (Barcelona, Spain), J. Kivastik (Tartu, Estonia)
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Look at F-V/V-T traces and describe the range of abnormal shapes
A. Drews (Grimma, Germany), J. Lloyd (Birmingham (West Midlands), United Kingdom), J. Kivastik (Tartu, Estonia), E. Arismendi Nunez (Barcelona, Spain)
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Describe the severity of any abnormality
E. Arismendi Nunez (Barcelona, Spain), J. Kivastik (Tartu, Estonia), J. Lloyd (Birmingham (West Midlands), United Kingdom), A. Drews (Grimma, Germany)
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Write a spirometry report
E. Arismendi Nunez (Barcelona, Spain), J. Kivastik (Tartu, Estonia), J. Lloyd (Birmingham (West Midlands), United Kingdom), A. Drews (Grimma, Germany)
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Explanation on post-course assessment
B. Cooper (Edgbaston (Birmingham), United Kingdom)
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