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The Relationship Between Maximal Expiratory Flow and Increases of Maximal Exercise Capacity with
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abnormalities activity aerosol albuterol allergen allergic analysis antibody antigen apnea arterial asbestosis associated asthma atopy BALF baseline blood breathing bronchial bronchoalveolar lavage bronchodilator bronchoscopy cells changes chest chronic Clin clinical COPD correlation corticosteroid cough cytokines decrease dose dyspnea effect emphysema eosinophils evaluated exercise exposure factor fibrosis Figure flow fluid formoterol gas exchange hypercapnia hyperresponsiveness increased induced infection inflammation ipratropium bromide L/min levels levofloxacin lung disease lung volume lymphocytes macrophages maximal mean measured mechanically ventilated methacholine mRNA muscle nebulizer neutrophil normal obstructive Physiol placebo plasma platelet-activating factor pneumonia predicted pressure pulmonary function ratio rats receptors reported Respir Crit respiratory response risk salbutamol saline samples sarcoidosis serum significant significantly sputum sputum induction subjects symptoms Table therapy Thoracic tients tion treatment twins upper airway Va/Q values ventilatory versus vitro wheezing