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Peak flow 

Peak flow
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Peak flow
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date: 15 October 2019

Peak flow 332

Peak flow is defined as the greatest expiratory flow achieved from a maximally forced expiratory effort when starting from a position of full inspiration.

Measurement should be performed as best of three with standardized meter (EU scale). There is no need to return the measuring plunger to zero following each attempt....

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