Below is a list of our pulmonary tests along with instructions for pre-test preparation.
Complete Pulmonary Function Testing is a thorough evaluation of the respiratory system that measures lung function and volume.
Pulmonary Function Testing (COPD) is a thorough evaluations of the respiratory system.
Pulmonary Function Testing (ILD) is a thorough evaluations of the respiratory system.
Methacholine Challenge Testing is designed to determine if a person has asthma.
Six Minute Walk Test measures a person’s aerobic endurance by measuring the distance walked over six minutes.
Sleep Study tests for the presence of sleep apnea.
Overnight Home Oximetry measures the oxygen level during sleep.
Arterial Blood Gas is a blood test that measures both the oxygen and carbon dioxide in blood.
Bronchoscopy is a procedure where a camera is inserted into the lungs by a physician to view the airways and collect fluid or tissue samples.
Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) is a procedure where an ultrasound probe is used to evaluate and biopsy enlarged lymph nodes in the chest.
Electromagnetic Navigational Bronchoscopy (ENB) is a procedure that uses state-of-the-art technology to perform lung biopsies of difficult to reach lung nodules.
High Altitude Simulation Test (HAST Study) measures the oxygen level and amount of supplemental oxygen needed at high altitudes or on an airplane.
Cardiopulmonary Stress Testing (CPET) is a non-invasive measurement of the cardiovascular and respiratory system during peak exercise to assess one’s exercise capacity.