MMEFR

AcronymDefinition
MMEFRMaximal Mid-Expiratory Flow Rate (respiration)
References in periodicals archive ?
Among all participants, 1,4-DCB was inversely related to all four pulmonary function measures but was statistically significant only for FE[V.sub.1] and MMEFR (Table 4).
Figure 1 shows the changes in FE[V.sub.1] (milliliters) and MMEFR (milliliters per second) for each decile of 1,4-DCB exposure, compared with participants in the lowest decile.
Participants in the highest decile of 1,4-DCB concentration had FE[V.sub.1] and MMEFR decrements of -153 mL (95% CI, -297 to -8) and -346 mL/sec (95% CI, -667 to -24), respectively, compared with participants in the lowest decile.