Assessing small airways dysfunction in asthma, asthma remission and healthy controls using particles in exhaled airCarpaij, O. A., Muiser, S., Bell, A. J., Kerstjens, H. A. M., Galban, C. J., Fortuna, A. B., Siddiqui, S., Olin, A-C., Nawijn, M. C. & van den Berge, M., 1-Oct-2019, In : ERJ Open Research. 5, 4, 5 p., 202.
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PExA mass can distinguish asthmatics from healthy individuals. Subjects with complete, but not clinical, asthma remission exhale more PExA mass compared to asthma. Higher PExA mass was associated with better function of both the small and large airways. http://bit.ly/2znHABg.