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To Use or Not To Use FeNO (exhaled nitric oxide)

 

Whether exhaled NO helps to identify a specific phenotype of asthmatic patients remains debated. Not everyone would agree with Dr. Boggs in this video–what do you think?

In conclusion, FENO0.05 is independently linked to two pathophysiological characteristics of asthma (ICS-dependant inflammation and bronchomotor tone) but does not help to identify a clinically relevant phenotype of asthmatic children.

For the Usefulness of FeNO complete study click here:  (let me know if you need a password)