Does the measurement of exhaled nitric oxide before and after specific inhalation challenges improve the diagnosis of occupational asthma?

V. van Kampen (Bochum, Germany), J. Engel (Bochum, Germany), O. Hagemeyer (Bochum, Germany), T. Brüning (Bochum, Germany), M. Raulf (Bochum, Germany), R. Merget (Bochum, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Occupational lung diseases: from diagnostic techniques to classical and novel causes
Session: Occupational lung diseases: from diagnostic techniques to classical and novel causes
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 3281

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V. van Kampen (Bochum, Germany), J. Engel (Bochum, Germany), O. Hagemeyer (Bochum, Germany), T. Brüning (Bochum, Germany), M. Raulf (Bochum, Germany), R. Merget (Bochum, Germany). Does the measurement of exhaled nitric oxide before and after specific inhalation challenges improve the diagnosis of occupational asthma?. 3281

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