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MPEFMeteorological Products Extraction Facility
MPEFMorning Peak Expiratory Flow
MPEFMaghreb Private Equity Fund
MPEFMission Populaire Evangélique de France
MPEFMaritime Provinces Education Foundation
MPEFMulti-Purpose Entertainment Facility
MPEFMuseo Paleontológico Egidio Feruglio (Patagonia, Argentina)
MPEFMattawan Public Education Foundation
MPEFMarriott Property Equity Fund
MPEFMinnesota Professional Engineers' Foundation
MPEFMuscle Pump Ejection Fraction
MPEFManagement Programme for Entrepreneurial Firms
MPEFMouse Primary Embryonic Fibroblast
MPEFMuscle Pump Expulsion Fraction
MPEFMulti-Photon Excited Fluorescence
MPEFMultipurpose Electric Furnace
MPEFMost Probable Equipment Failure
MPEFMulti-Polar Electromagnetic Field
MPEFMontreal Protocol Environmental Fund
MPEFMemorándum de las Políticas Económicas y Financieras
MPEFMarcoPolo Education Foundation
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Greater improvement also was found in morning peak expiratory flow and other measures of pulmonary response during fluticasone therapy, as well as in levels of inflammatory biomarkers, said Dr.
The primary objective of the study was to assess the change in morning peak expiratory flow (PEF) from baseline to the end of treatment.
Values for patient-measured morning peak expiratory flow rates (PEFR) were significantly (P[less than].05) higher and the use of rescue albuterol was significantly (P[less than].05) lower beginning 3 to 5 days after initiation of therapy in the groups treated with fluticasone propionate, compared with the placebo group.
At 6 months, the two groups had roughly equivalent improvements in morning peak expiratory flow rate.
The three treatments produced similar increases in the study's primary end point of change in morning peak expiratory flow (PEF) from randomization to the end of the trial, increasing about 7.8% or 32 L/min in all groups (N.
Over the course of that 16-week period, patients on fluticasone/salmeterol increased their morning peak expiratory flow (PEF) by 4.4 L/min.