inhalation challenge test

in·ha·la·tion chal·lenge test

(inhă-lāshŭn chalĕnj test)
Assessment of velocity of inhaling and exhaling before and after taking a therapeutic investigative agent; a test for asthma.
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Lung function tests and allergy tests were also carried out, along with an inhalation challenge test, which examines the airways specific reaction to a substance.
We have used skin tests in combination with inhalation challenge tests to demonstrate that tryptase activates mast cells (Molinari et al.