MCCT

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MCCTMetropolitan Community Church of Toronto (Toronto, ON, Canada)
MCCTManual Cam Chain Tensioner (4 stroke motorcycles)
MCCTMethacholine Challenge Test (asthma test)
MCCTMeasurement Control Chart Toolkit
MCCTModified Constant Conductance-Type Transformer (electrical engineering)
MCCTMaster Credit Card Trust
MCCTMission Crew Commander Technician
MCCTManchester City College of Technology (UK)
MCCTMarine Corps Combat Town
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Pulmonary Function and the Methacholine Challenge Test. The methacholine challenge test was performed according to published guidelines [17], with a doubling of the concentration of the methacholine solution (0.25, 0.5, 1, 2, 4, 8, and 16 mg/mL methacholine) in normal saline.
A methacholine challenge test "can be useful, but not entirely diagnostic" because 10% of normal, nonasthmatic individuals react to a challenge, she said.
A methacholine challenge test should be performed in future long-term, follow-up studies, as it was the only test that measured a significant long-term benefit to ribavirin therapy.
If their physician is hesitant to give a diagnosis of asthma without wheezing, a spirometry or methacholine challenge test should be done.
Laviolette replied that in dog studies, a favorable response to the methacholine challenge test is present at 3 years and counting.