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(PFTs obstructive disease)
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  • Variability in objective and subjective measures affects baseline values in studies of patients with COPD. [Multicenter Study]
  • PlosPLoS One 2017; 12(9):e0184606
  • Anderson WH, Ha JW, … SPIROMICS Research Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: PFTs were highly repeatable, while subjective measures and subject recall were more variable. Analyses using features with poor repeatability could lead to misclassification and outcome errors. Hence, care should be taken when interpreting change in clinical features based on measures with low repeatability. Efforts to improve repeatability of key clinical features such as exacerbation history and chronic bronchitis are warranted.
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