deep vein thrombosis
interstitial lung disease
endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS)
pulmonary function testing
shortness of breath
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low dose cat scan
overnight pulse oximetry
pulmonary fibrosis (ILD)
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You may be asked to repeat some of the tests on subsequent visits as part of your treatment plan.
In order to prepare yourself to do your best on this test, we ask that if you currently use home breathing treatments or personal inhalers, do not use them for at least 8 hours prior to your visit. We also ask that you avoid smoking, chocolate, coffee, tea, and colas or other caffeinated beverages for at least 8 hours as well. Please take all other medications as prescribed.
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The test measures several things:
This test is noninvasive, but you are required to put in your best effort. You will be tested by a licensed Pulmonary Lab Technician, who will explain each part of the test to you, and assure that the results represent your best effort. You may or may not also receive a breathing treatment during this test, to see if you respond to a medicine called a bronchodilator. The medicine may give you the ability to exhale more air out, with more force.
A PFT is a test used by our pulmonologists to determine your lung capacity: how effectively your lungs take in and release air, and how efficiently they move gases such as oxygen from the atmosphere to the circulation of your body.