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1Statement on Standards for the Diagnosis and Care of Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19872,912
2A Self-complete Measure of Health Status for Chronic Airflow Limitation: The St. George's Respiratory QuestionnaireThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19922,658
3An Expanded Definition of the Adult Respiratory Distress SyndromeThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19882,578
4Lung Function Testing: Selection of Reference Values and Interpretative StrategiesThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19912,517
5Standardization of Spirometry—1987 UpdateThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19872,357
6Changes in the normal maximal expiratory flow-volume curve with growth and agingThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19831,591
7High Inflation Pressure Pulmonary Edema: Respective Effects of High Airway Pressure, High Tidal Volume, and Positive End-expiratory PressureThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19881,535
8Maximal respiratory pressures: normal values and relationship to age and sexThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19691,381
9Damage of the Airway Epithelium and Bronchial Reactivity in Patients with AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19851,269
10Mucosal Inflammation in AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19901,267
11Objective Measurement of Patterns of Nasal CPAP Use by Patients with Obstructive Sleep ApneaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19931,195
12Skin test antigens: an evaluation whose time has comeThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19781,153
13Cellular Events in the Bronchi in Mild Asthma and after Bronchial ProvocationThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19891,127
14Reference spirometric values using techniques and equipment that meet ATS recommendationsThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19811,118
15Medical Section pf the American Lung Association: Guidelines for the Initial Management of Adults with Community-acquired Pneumonia: Diagnosis, Assessment of Severity, and Initial Antimicrobial TherapyThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19931,081
16Macrophages and Polymorphonuclear Neutrophils in Lung Defense and InjuryThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19901,063
17Diagnosis of Ventilator-associated Pneumonia by Bacteriologic Analysis of Bronchoscopic and Nonbronchoscopic “Blind” Bronchoalveolar Lavage FluidThe American Review of Respiratory Disease19911,010
18Eosinophils and Mast Cells in Bronchoalveolar Lavage in Subjects with Mild Asthma: Relationship to Bronchial HyperreactivityThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1988962
19Bronchoalveolar eosinophilia during allergen-induced late asthmatic reactionsThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1985956
20Bronchial Biopsies in Asthma: An Ultrastructural, Quantitative Study and Correlation with HyperreactivityThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1989942
21A simple method for assessing the validity of the esophageal balloon techniqueThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1982881
22Identification of Activated T Lymphocytes and Eosinophils in Bronchial Biopsies in Stable Atopic AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1990876
23Incidence, Risk, and Prognosis Factors of Nosocomial Pneumonia in Mechanically Ventilated PatientsThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1990874
24Pressure-Volume Curve of Total Respiratory System in Acute Respiratory Failure: Computed Tomographic Scan StudyThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1987846
25Spirometric standards for healthy nonsmoking adultsThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1971838
26Mechanisms of bronchial hyperreactivity in normal subjects after upper respiratory tract infectionThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1976817
27Experimental pulmonary edema due to intermittent positive pressure ventilation with high inflation pressures. Protection by positive end-expiratory pressureThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1974801
28Reductions in Exercise Lactic Acidosis and Ventilation as a Result of Exercise Training in Patients with Obstructive Lung DiseaseThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1991800
29Nosocomial Pneumonia in Patients Receiving Continuous Mechanical Ventilation: Prospective Analysis of 52 Episodes with Use of a Protected Specimen Brush and Quantitative Culture TechniquesThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1989798
30The Mechanics of Airway Narrowing in AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1989787
31Predicted Values for Clinical Exercise Testing1–3The American Review of Respiratory Disease1984768
32The maximal expiratory flow-volume curve. Normal standards, variability, and effects of ageThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1976767
33Measuring Quality of Life in AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1993766
34Chronic Cough: The Spectrum and Frequency of Causes, Key Components of the Diagnostic Evaluation, and Outcome of Specific TherapyThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1990763
35Allergic and Nonallergic Asthmatics Have Distinct Patterns of T-Cell Activation and Cytokine Production in Peripheral Blood and Bronchoalveolar LavageThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1992752
36Normal Polysomnographic Values for Children and AdolescentsThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1992729
37Prognosis in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease1–3The American Review of Respiratory Disease1986716
38Causes of mortality in patients with the adult respiratory distress syndromeThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1985705
39State of the ArtThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1983691
40The Structure of Large and Small Airways in Nonfatal and Fatal AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1993685
41A Community-based Study of the Epidemiology of Asthma: Incidence Rates, 1964–1983The American Review of Respiratory Disease1992677
42Increased Mortality in Philadelphia Associated with Daily Air Pollution ConcentrationsThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1992670
43Standardization of Spirometry — 1987 UpdateThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1987656
44Cytokines of the LungThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1990650
45Epidemiology Standardization Project (American Thoracic Society)The American Review of Respiratory Disease1978646
46ATS statement--Snowbird workshop on standardization of spirometryThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1979642
47Resurgent Tuberculosis in New York City: Human Immunodeficiency Virus, Homelessness, and the Decline of Tuberculosis Control ProgramsThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1991636
48Effect of an Inhaled Corticosteroid on Airway Inflammation and Symptoms in AsthmaThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1992635
49An improved method for isolating type II cells in high yield and purityThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1986629
50A Prospective Study of Lung Water Measurements during Patient Management in an Intensive Care UnitThe American Review of Respiratory Disease1987623