Overview of Oscillometry

Presented by:
David A. Kaminsky, MD

Our Oscillometry webinar is presented by David A. Kaminsky, MD. This webinar describes the basic physiology behind the forced oscillation technique, commonly referred to as oscillometry. 

The webinar will appeal to healthcare professionals, in both primary and secondary care, who are interested in respiratory diagnostics education and gaining a foundational understanding of oscillometry. 

Topics covered:

• Physiology behind the forced oscillation technique, also called oscillometry.

• Methodology and interpretation of oscillometry

• Application of oscillometry in clinical practice

• Future work needed in oscillometry.

This webinar took place on Monday 12 June and is now available as a playback below. Simply fill the form in the player below for instant access.

  • Presented By:

    David A. Kaminsky, MD

    About the presenter:

    David A. Kaminsky, MD is Professor of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at University of Vermont College of Medicine. He is a past Chair of the Proficiency Standards for Pulmonary Function Laboratories Committee of the American Thoracic Society and is a member of the pulmonary function exam writing committee of the National Board for Respiratory Care. Dr. Kaminsky is also a site principal investigator with the Airways Clinical Research Centers network of the American Lung Association.

    Dr. Kaminsky’s areas of research interest include pulmonary physiology, lung mechanics, asthma and COPD.  Along with authoring over 130 original papers, reviews and medical book chapters, Dr. Kaminsky is the editor of The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Respiratory System, 2nd Edition, and co-editor of Pulmonary Function Testing: Principles and Practice.

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