Events

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Enter either your nearest city, town or postcode into the search bar below to locate your nearest testing event (indicated as a red flag).

Please note that events are continually being added so it is worth regularly checking this page to ensure you have the latest information.

Training events for respiratory professionals will also appear on the map (as a blue rosette icon).

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Intended for all patients with respiratory symptoms and a history of exposure to irritants. We performed spirometry from Monday to Friday, we are integrated into a system of hospitals belonging to the state government of Mexico.

Testing will begin on 27th August.
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Spirometry is a test of how well you can breathe and can help in the diagnosis of different lung diseases. The screening is painless and usually takes about 10 minutes. Spirometry measures the amount of air in your lungs and how fast you breathe out.
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Please join Buxmont Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine to participate in the 2012 World Spirometry Day (WSD) on August 20, 2012 from 1 to 5 PM.
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We are conducting a CME in connection with world spirometry day.
Postgraduate students in pulmonary medicne and inetrnal medicine from 5 medical colleges will attend the CME
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Lung testing event run by trained Respiratory Therapists and Pulmonary Function Technologists. MUSC Rutledge Tower Lobby from 2-4pm
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Sakai City Hospital will be holding an outreach event on August 9th. We will providing free spirometry testing. We will prepare educational booths for bronchial asthma, COPD, smoking cessation and passive smoking. How to reduce risk of exacerbation of COPD will be provided.
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Referral service for lung diseases, we have the latest equipment to perform respiratory function tests.
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lung tests
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lung tests
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lung tests
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TOTAL NUMBER OF TESTS:

67, 262

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WSD EVENTS:
764

WSD is an initiative organised by the Forum of International Respiratory Societies (FIRS) in collaboration with the European Lung Foundation (ELF).