pulmonary panel

pulmonary panel

A battery of cost-effective clinical tests used to evaluate the functional reserve capacity of the lungs in patients with a clinical diagnosis of obstructive or restrictive lung disease. The panel measures CO2 content, PaCO2, PaO2, pH, O2 saturation, a/A ratio.

pulmonary panel

A battery of cost-effective tests used to evaluate the functional reserve capacity of the lungs in Pts with a clinical diagnosis of obstructive or restrictive lung disease; the PPmeasures CO2 content, PaCO2, PaO2, pH, O2 saturation, a/A ratio. Cf Organ panels.
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Tacha et al (16) developed a pulmonary panel using immunohistochemistry methods that used a combination of traditional markers such as TTF-1 and p63 and newer, highly sensitive and specific markers such as napsin A and desmoglein 3 to aid in identification of lung SqCC and adenocarcinoma.
This pulmonary panel of antibodies resulted in a reported sensitivity of 93% with 100% specificity for identification of NSCLC squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma.