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Impulse oscillometry

Johannes Vogel

Impulse oscillometry

analysis of lung mechanics in general practice and the clinic, epidemiological and experimental research

by Johannes Vogel

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Published by pmi Verlagsgruppe in Frankfurt am Main .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Oscillometer,
  • Pulmonary function tests,
  • Respiratory organs -- Diseases -- Diagnosis -- Equipment and supplies

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementJohannes Vogel and Udo Smidt.
    ContributionsSmidt, Udo, 1934-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC734.P84 V64 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17365895M
    ISBN 103891193165
    OCLC/WorldCa31819411

      Cite this: Using Impulse Oscillometry in Clinical Practice - Medscape - Tables. References. Authors and Disclosures. Authors and Disclosures Author Aaron B. Holley, MD.   It has been shown that Impulse Oscillometry System (IOS) parameters as well as parameter estimates of equivalent electrical circuit models provide useful indicators of lung function. Two respiratory models known as extended RIC (eRIC) and augmented RIC (aRIC) models have emerged which offer advantages over earlier models. This research aims to Author: Meraz Tena Erika G, Nazeran Homer.

    Smidt U. Impulse oscillometry. Frankfurt: PMI Verlagsgruppe; ) The realisation of measurements using IOS (impulse oscillometry system) uses pressure pulses instead of sum of several sinusoidal waves. The analysis of data is the same as in classic FOT Size: 2MB.   BACKGROUND: The impulse oscillometry system is a noninvasive method of evaluating respiratory mechanics that is being increasingly used in the pediatric population. To date, no reference equations have been developed for healthy Brazilian children and adolescents. The purpose of the study was to determine the reference equations for impulse oscillometry system parameters in healthy Cited by:

    The book also features over 40 illustrative cases that readers can use for self-testing and for reinforcing the principles discussed elsewhere in the book. Features. A new focus on interpretation of complex disorders; Coverage of impulse oscillometry; Solution site Cited by: Book Chapters. Bickel S. and Eid N. Clinical Applications of Impulse Oscillometry in ''Paediatric Pulmonary Function Testing - Indications and Interpretation'', Anastassios C. Koumbourlis, Editor. Nova Science Publishers, uge, NY USA, , chapter 12 pp


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Impulse oscillometry is a noninvasive procedure that can be performed within few minutes. The purpose of the procedure is to measure the resistance of the small and large airways, as well as the reactants of the airways. It is gradually gaining popularity in evaluating lung function, particularly in patients with asthma and COPD.

In contrast to spirometry, the test performs measurement during Author: Constantine Saadeh, Nicole Davey-Ranasinghe. Impulse oscillometry analysis of lung mechanics in general practice and the clinic, epidemiological and experimental research by Johannes Vogel.

Published by pmi Verlagsgruppe in Frankfurt am Main. Written in EnglishPages: Impulse oscillometry (IOS) is a variant of forced oscillation technique, described by Dubois over 50 years ago, which permits passive measurement of lung mechanics.

In this method, sound waves are superimposed on normal tidal breathing, and the disturbances in flow and pressure caused by the external waves are used to calculate parameters. Impulse oscillometry: analysis of lung mechanics in general practice and the clinic, epidemiology and experimental research.

Impulse oscillometry measures pulmonary impedance (Zrs) (Table 1), which comprises pulmonary resistance (energy required to propagate the pressure wave through the airways) and reactance (amount of recoil generated against that pressure wave).

8 Resistance (R) is a well-recognized term, and is a measure of central and peripheral airway caliber Cited by: Impulse oscillometry (IOS), a simple, noninvasive method using the forced oscillation technique, requires minimal patient cooperation and is suitable for use in both children and adults.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Impulse oscillometry by Johannes Vogel; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Respiratory organs, Equipment and supplies.

–Impulse oscillometry results in a 9-y-old boy with asthma and persistent abnormal spirometry who had vascular ring repair during infancy.

See Figure 1, Figure 2 legends for expansion of by: Impulse oscillometry (IOS), a simple, noninvasive method using the forced oscillation technique, requires minimal patient cooperation and is suitable for use in both children and adults.

This method can be used to assess obstruction in the large and small peripheral airways and has been used to measure bronchodilator response and Cited by: Although diagnosis always begins with a careful history and physical examination and a physician is obligated to consider more than the diseased organ, testing of lung function has become standard practice to confirm the diagnosis, evaluate the severity of respiratory impairment, assess the therapy response and follow-up patients with various cardio-respiratory by: Impulse Oscillometry.

Impulse oscillometry (IOS) is a form of forced oscillometry testing, a noninvasive technique to characterize the airway through the superimposition of pressure fluctuations into the airway during normal tidal breathing.

63 IOS delivers pressure oscillations via fixed square waves of 5- to Hz frequency to measure airway. Oscillometry isn’t a replacement for spirometry but it can still be a useful adjunct. References: de Albuquerque CG, de Andrade FMD, de Almeida Rocha MA, de Oliviera AFF, Ladosky A, Victor EG, Rizzo Ja.

Determining respiratory system resistance by impulse oscillometry in obese individuals. J Bras Pneumol ; 41(55): Key Words: childhood asthma, impulse oscillometry, plethysmography, airway resistance, repeatability, bronchodilator response.

Introduction Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways characterized by lung function variability and bronchial hyperresponsiveness [1]. It usually starts at the early stages of life [2] and is considered. The first paper on impulse oscillometry (IOS) was published in the s.

[] IOS is an effort-independent test that requires minimal cooperation from. The Impulse Oscillometry System (IOS) measures respiratory impedance by using short pulses (impulses) of air pressure. It has been developed as a patient-friendly lung function test that minimizes demands on the patient and requires only passive cooperation of the patient wearing a nose clip, keeping lips tightly closed about a mouthpiece and Cited by: 4.

Impulse oscillometry system The IOS measuring-head (fig. 3) is functionally similar to PRN systems designed for the determination of input impedance [1, 5–12].

The characteristic feature of the IOS [13] is the generation of recurrent aperiodic impulse-shaped forcing signals of alternating by:   Impulse Oscillometry (IOS): IOS is a method to evaluate a persons breathing. It is easy to perform and operate. Gives information similar to resistance via whole-body plethymography Complements spirometric data.

It can be used when spirometry is not possible or as a screening tool. Introduction. Bronchiectasis is a chronic debilitating airway disease that affects the large and/or small airways 1,2 and can be detected with radiological techniques, such as high-resolution computed tomography (HRCT), 3 and lung function tests, such as spirometry, 4–6 diffusing capacity, 7 impulse oscillometry, 8,9 and the multiple-breath nitrogen wash-out technique.

10 Of lung function Cited by: 1. Book Now. Impulse Oscillometry. Impulse Oscillometry is a type of breathing test that looks to see if there is any narrowing of the airways. The test is painless, safe, and easy to perform, and is suitable for young children. The test involves breathing through a mouthpiece with a nose clip on and hands against cheeks.

Certain tapping sounds. * Impulse oscillometry * Spirometry * Flow /Volume * Maximal Voluntary Ventilation (MWV) Intended Use Statement The MasterScreen lOS is intended to be used for measurement and data collection of lung function parameters in humans. The system performs coo peratio n-depe ndent pulmonary function tests which include.

Impulse oscillometry (IOS) was introduced at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital to tackle problems associated with conditions like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma. Computer-aided IOS enables clinicians to detect subtle changes in a patients airway function earlier than when using conventional and more expensive.Impulse oscillometry (IOS) is a potential alternative to spirometry because it is an effective and effort-independent technique that has been successfully used to monitor asthma in children.

Clinical application value of impulse oscillometry in geriatric patients with COPD Zhonghui Liu,* Lianjun Lin,* Xinmin Liu Geriatrics Department, Peking University First Hospital, Beijing, People’s Republic of China *These authors contributed equally to this work Background: The diagnosis and assessment of COPD rely mainly on the use of spirometry, which is an effort-dependent test and Cited by: 4.