Измерение оксида азота в выдыхаемом воздухе для диагностики бронхолегочных заболеваний

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По материалам: Dweik R.A., Boggs P.B., Erzurum S.C. et al. An official ATS clinical practice guideline: interpretation of exhaled nitric oxide levels (FENO) for clinical applications. Am. J. Respir. Crit. Care Med. 2011; 184 (5): 602–615.

Сегодня оксид азота (NO) известен как биологический медиатор в организме животных и человека. У человека NO вырабатывается в легких и присутствует в выдыхаемом воздухе. Он участвует в патофизиологии легочных заболеваний, включая бронхиальную астму (БА). Измерение выдыхаемого NO стандартизовано для клинического применения. Использование измерения NO в клинической практике имеет обширную доказательную базу. Определены критерии выполнения этого исследования, его преимущества и недостатки. Данные клинические рекомендации основаны на полученных доказательствах и разработаны для того, чтобы помочь клиницистам использовать и интерпретировать уровень фракции оксида азота в выдыхаемом воздухе (FENO).

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