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Spirometry Fev1 Fvc
Test interpretation: This test should be interpreted in the context of your history. Since you have normal airflow in the larger airways, I would recommend checking the smaller airway function values, and repeat testing. There is a range of normal values, and your own best value may be determined upon repeat testing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pulmonary function tests is a term used to describe a group of tests done to determine lung function. Spirometry measures the amount of air that can be taken in as well as the flow rate of forcefully exhaled air . A graph is generated and can be used to determine lung function. Likewise lung volumes and diffusing capacity determine the capacity as well as ...Read more
Is exercise intolerance the first symptom of air trapping in lung? 43year male , 23 year smoker
my spirometry result.
Fvc 106% of predicted
fev1 95% of predited
fef25/75 62% of predicted
ferf 125% of predicted
will take the dlco and rv te
Follow up: These findings do indicate that there is mild airflow obstruction and involvement of the small airways. Your smoking history is significant and I hope that you have quite smoking and will avoid inhaling smoke. Your follow up study should include testing with and without a bronchodilator. This will help your physician determine responsiveness to the medication. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Feeling of tightness in chest. Spirometry reveals fvc 46% and fev1 47%. Ct scan shows plural thickening in lower region with calcification on rt side?
Breathing issues: It appears you have both functional and anatomical abnormalities. However based on the data that you provided it is impossible to determine the cause. Further investigation is needed. I suggest that you go back to the physician who ordered these tests and he may tell you what to do next. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My spirometry's come out as normal but was told it was upper boredline am confused its either normal or abnormal right ? Fev1 was 128 am 46 female
No worries: Fev1 of 128% predicted (assuming the other numbers on your pft were also normal) would suggest normal lung function. The normal range for fev1 is 80-120% predicted, and normal values are based on your age, height and ethnicity. Depending on the set of predicted values that were used and the way spirometry was performed, this fev1 should not be a cause for concern. Talk to your lung doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had my pulmonary function test. Fev1 117%, dclo 93%, rv 93%, erv 63%. Is this okay? I've been told i had air trapping before. I have sob on exertion.
Dear dr, my fvc %pred is 80. Spirometry interpretation is normal. But doc says I have mild restrictive ventilatory defect. Shouldnt it be normal? Ty!
Pre-brochodilator spirometry results is 64 in fvc, is this ok?By conclusion/medical report it states that mild restrictive lung deficit.What to do?
Incomplete info: It is hard to make a diagnosis with only one information. The lung function is an interaction of several values and changes with medicine. Furthermore, the cause is not elucidated and treatment difficult to determine. Obesity alone can cause restrictive lung disease. We need more information, ask your doctor who has the infos. ...Read more
Would pulmonary hypertension cause a restrictive pattern on spirometry (fvc = 50% of expected for age).
The other way around: Can be the case, as in restrictive lung disease leading to pulmonary hypertension. But in your case, where it is suspected to be a neuromuscular form of lung disease, this much less commonly leads to pulmonary hypertension than other restrictive causes like pulmonary fibrosis ...Read more
Would you be so kind and provide me with the results of my lung function test - FEV1/FVC = 73%, FEV1 = 1.57 (64%), FVC=2.14 (74%).. Many Thanks..
Please can you tell me the meaning of my lung function - FEV1 of 91% and an FVC of 97% my TLCO was reduced to 65% and my KCO at 76%.... Many thanks?
Lung tests: Fev1 -- forced expiratory volume in one second; what percent of the air in your lungs you can force out during the first second, compared with how much you can force out altogether. Fvc -- forced vital capacity. The total amount of air you can blow out of your lungs with one exhalation. ...Read more
FVC 3.54 pre meas 4.32 ref 122. FEV1 2.80 pre meas 4.32 pre ref 107. FEV1/FVC ref 80 pre meas 69. FEF 25-75% 2.73 pre meas 5.79 pre ref 86. COPD?
Spirometry: It depends on your diagnosis. Is complex. Your pcp, or pulmonologist or ordering physician will be better to answer that question. This is a test is complex to interpret. ...Read more
My FEV1/FVC is 85.7% , and the dr is saying for me take spiriva why do i need to take it if my PFT resutl is normal? is it a must to take it !!?
Hard to Say: Only knowing your FEV1/FVC ratio does not give enough information to answer your question. Spiriva is typically used for COPD or emphysema or added to other medications for asthma. I would not ignore what your doctor told you and if you are unsure about using a medication you should always discuss that with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My post-bronchodilation pulmonary function results (fev1 and fvc) were 33% lower than the pre-bronchodilation results. Could this be right?
My fev1/fvc was 76 is this within normal range or abnormal am 46 5ft4 weight 13 stone female ex smoker .
FEV1/FVC ratio: This is normal. Your predicted value based on the numbers provided is 80.36. The lower limit of normal is 69.65. ...Read more
This is the forced expiratory volume in 1 second and is the amount of air one can rapidly expire after a deep breath in 1 second. It is a component of pulmonary function tests, and along with other aspects of the test can help diagnosis lung disease or the severity of certain kinds ...Read more