It Is Important To Look After Your Lung Health
Generally speaking, spirometry testing measures how fast air moves in and out of our lungs. Spirometry measures the highest amount of air that can be exhaled after the largest amount of inhalation. The result will determine whether the lung capacity falls within a normal range based on their age, weight, gender, race, and health history and the results can then be classified as normal or abnormal. Workers who are exposed to airborne particulates should be enrolled into an annual lung health program consisting of spirometry, chest x-rays, and an occupational exposure history questionnaire. All questionable results are interpreted by our physician.