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TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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The Negative Influence of Cigarette Smoke on Passive Smokers-Deteriorated Pulmonary Function Tests and Increased Urine Cotinine Levels.
Patients who were diagnosed to have either of bronchial asthma/ chronic obstructive Airway disease, Current/ past pulmonary tuberculosis, any occupational lung disease, or any severe disease interfering with performance of pulmonary function test were excluded from the study.
Caption: Figure 1: Mean values of pulmonary function tests in hypertensive (cases) and nonhypertensive (controls) females at Zewditu Memorial Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2017
Generally, no significant difference between the mean pulmonary function test values was noted for boys and girls (p>0.05), except that the boys of age 13 and 14 had higher mean values (p<0.05).
Criteria for inclusion in the study were: a) Diagnosis of juvenile scleroderma; b) Regular clinical follow-up at Pediatric Rheumatology Department, Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty; c) Performed Doppler echocardiography at Pediatric Cardiology Department; and d) Performed pulmonary function tests at the Laboratory for pulmonary function tests.
Post- operative pulmonary function tests were carried out in both groups of patients in the post- operative ward on the morning of the first post operative day in the same position.
Studies in non-human primates have shown that vitamin C has the potential to decrease the effects of maternal smoking on newborn pulmonary function test results.
The presence of nodular opacities on Chest X-rays (P/A View) and restrictive pattern of pulmonary function tests in collaboration with signs and symptoms were used as a diagnostic criterion for coal workers pneumoconiosis.
Exclusion criteria were smoking, anemia, alcoholism, use of anti-inflammatory or inhalable drugs, known respiratory and inflammatory diseases, congestive heart failure, and disability conditions precluding exercise or pulmonary function test.
Effect of physical training on pulmonary function tests in border security force trainees of India.
He covers pulmonary function tests and asthma; asbestos; silica; other exposures or conditions identified in the causation of occupational lung disease; conditions attributed to occupational exposures; conditions and factors affecting occupational exposures; and causation criteria, assessment of disability, and work capacity.
When evaluated physiologically, pulmonary function tests as well as other physiological tests are also crucial in order to measure the performance conditions of individuals (Astrand, 1986).

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