PEFVPartial Expiratory Flow-Volume
PEFVPeak Expiratory Flow Variability (pulmonology)
PEFVPulmonary Extravascular Fluid Volume (cardiovascular medicine)
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(2009) found indoor Penicillium, but not total indoor fungi, to be associated with significantly increased peak expiratory flow variability (PEFV).
Ultraviolet radiation was associated with a significant reduction in PEFV and a non-significant reduction in [FEV.sub.1]; with significant reductions in severity scores for shortness of breath and chest tightness, in number of days of shortness of breath and chest tightness, and in amount of medication used; and with nonsignificant reductions in all other disease severity measures (Bernstein et al.