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4.5(490 reviews)
9555 SW Barnes Rd, Portland, OR 972259555 SW Barnes Rd
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Wonderful experience! Came here for a diabetes (blood sugar) test for my mother. It was a very short wait time. We came 6 minutes before the appointment, the estimated wait time after checking in was 6 minutes, and we were taken in for the test in about 4 minutes after check in. We will definitely return to this location.

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10373 NE Hancock St, Portland, OR 9722010373 NE Hancock St
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Had an fast and pleasant experience at this location. I was in and out within 10 minutes and the phlebotomist who drew my blood made the process extremely easy and as pain free as possible. Would definitely recommend this location.

1225 NE 2nd Ave, Portland, OR 972321225 NE 2nd Ave
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700 NE Multnomah St, Portland, OR 97232700 NE Multnomah St
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1130 NW 22nd Ave, Portland, OR 972101130 NW 22nd Ave
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2351 NW Westover Rd, Portland, OR 972102351 NW Westover Rd
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2202 Lloyd Center, Portland, OR 972322202 Lloyd Center
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501 N Graham St, Portland, OR 97227501 N Graham St
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2236 SE Belmont St, Portland, OR 972142236 SE Belmont St
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3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd, Portland, OR 972393181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd
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3611 SE 20th Ave, Portland, OR 972023611 SE 20th Ave
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1944 NE 45th Ave, Portland, OR 972131944 NE 45th Ave
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5105 SE 50th Ave, Portland, OR 972065105 SE 50th Ave
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9205 SW Barnes Rd, Portland, OR 972259205 SW Barnes Rd
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10940 SW Barnes Rd, Portland, OR 9722510940 SW Barnes Rd
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3300 SE Dwyer Dr, Milwaukie, OR 972223300 SE Dwyer Dr
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10000 SE Main St, Portland, OR 9721610000 SE Main St
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3315 SE Harrison St, Milwaukie, OR 972223315 SE Harrison St
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4320 SE King Rd, Portland, OR 972064320 SE King Rd
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13485 NW Cornell Rd, Portland, OR 9722913485 NW Cornell Rd
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Pulmonary Function Test FAQs

  • What is a pulmonary function test?

    A pulmonary function test determines how effectively the lungs are functioning. The test assesses lung volume, capacity, gas exchange, and rate of flow, among other parameters linked to lung function. Your doctor may be able to use the results to identify and treat some lung problems.

  • How are pulmonary function tests performed in Oregon?

    Depending on the information your doctor is looking for, pulmonary function tests can be done in two ways. Your doctor may order both tests in some circumstances since they measure distinct things. Your doctor may use a spirometer (a device with a mouthpiece) or have you stand inside an air-tight box that looks like a telephone booth to test your breathing.

  • What does a pulmonary function test measure?

    A pulmonary function test assesses a number of aspects of lung function. These are some of them:

    • Total lung capacity is the volume of the lungs when they are completely full with air.
    • Forced vital capacity is the amount of air you can forcefully evacuate once your lungs have been completely filled.
    • The amount of air left in your lungs after you've exhaled as much as you can.
    • The amount of air left in your lungs after you exhale normally is known as functional residual capacity.
  • How much does a PFT test cost in Oregon?

    The cost of a pulmonary function test is determined by a number of factors, including the type of test you've had, whether you've had one or both tests, where you've had your test done, and if you have health insurance. A pulmonary function test without insurance might cost anywhere from $340 to $830.

  • Does insurance cover PFT testing in Oregon?

    Your pulmonary function test may be covered at 80 to 100 percent of the entire cost if you have health insurance. A note from your doctor stating that the test is medically essential may be requested by your insurance provider. Whether or not you have a copay and whether or not you have reached your deductible may affect how much you pay out of pocket. Contact your insurance carrier if you have any questions regarding your personal insurance plan's coverage.

  • Who should get a pulmonary function test in Oregon?

    A pulmonary function test may be ordered for a variety of reasons. They're sometimes done as part of a standard physical examination. They may also be essential for persons who work in particular areas, such as coal mines, where the risk of lung disease is higher. A pulmonary function test may be ordered by your doctor to assist diagnose allergies or lung disorders such as asthma, bronchiectasis, emphysema, or chronic bronchitis.

  • How do I read pulmonary function test results?

    Understanding lung function and the typical values for each function assessed is required when reading pulmonary function test results (total lung capacity, forced vital capacity, residual volume, and functional residual capacity). Your doctor will go through your test findings with you and let you know if there are any irregularities that should worry you.

  • How long does it take to get PFT test results in Oregon?

    It takes 45 minutes to an hour to complete the test. A pulmonologist, a specialist who specializes in lung diseases, will need to review the results. After that, the findings will be transmitted to the doctor who requested the test on your behalf. When your findings are ready, you will meet with your doctor for a follow-up appointment to review them.

  • How can I book a pulmonary function test through Solv?

    With Solv, scheduling a pulmonary function test is simple. Type the word "pulmonary" into our website's search box. You'll notice a pulmonary function test choice emerges. Click the search icon after entering your address or selecting the option to utilize your current location. You'll find a list of providers in your area as well as appointment times that are available. Choose the best location and time for you, then fill out the form to arrange your appointment.

  • Can I do at-home PFT testing?

    Some lung function tests can be done at home. These employ a peak flow meter to measure airflow, which you blow into. These tests are usually prescribed for those who have been diagnosed with a lung ailment and need to check their airflow on a regular basis. If you're having trouble breathing or have other signs of a probable lung condition, such as pain when breathing, shortness of breath, or chronic coughing, contact a doctor for a proper diagnosis.

Oregon Pulmonary Function Tests

A respiratory therapist or other certified pulmonary expert usually performs a pulmonary function test. A spirometer, which is a device with a mouthpiece, is used in one test, while an air-tight enclosure is used in the other. You may be referred to a specialist if your doctor determines that you require a pulmonary function test.

The following symptoms may necessitate a pulmonary function test:

  • A cough that lasts for at least 8 weeks
  • Even after little or no exercise, you may experience shortness of breath.
  • For a month or more, you've been coughing up mucus
  • Wheezing and coughing up blood
  • Chest discomfort that persists
  • Respiratory infections are common.

To prepare for your pulmonary function test, take these steps:

  • Do not eat a large lunch right before the test.
  • 6 hours before your test, don't smoke.
  • 6 hours before your test, don't do any strenuous exercise.
  • On the day of your exam, stay away from coffee.
  • Wear loose clothing that does not obstruct your ability to breathe.
  • Wear your dentures for your test if you have them.
  • 8 hours before the test, stop using any inhalers.
  • Don't take any ants with you.

You may feel dizzy or lightheaded at times during the test since it requires some quick and forced breathing. If you need to take a break, let your healthcare professional know. You may be exhausted following the test and require some rest.

If your results show that you have a lung problem, your doctor will discuss treatment options with you, which may include pulmonary rehabilitation, medication, or oxygen therapy. Lung health can also be improved by changing your lifestyle. For lung health, quitting smoking, having a nutritious diet, exercising frequently, and getting enough quality sleep are all essential. Furthermore, staying hydrated might help thin mucus in your lungs, making it easier to cough out.

Sources

Solv has strict sourcing guidelines and relies on peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, and medical associations. We avoid using tertiary references.

  1. John Hopkins Medicine: Pulmonary Function Tests
    https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/treatment-tests-and-therapies/pulmonary-function-tests
  2. MedlinePlus: Pulmonary Function Tests
    https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/003853.htm
  3. WebMD: Should You Test Your Lung Function at Home?
    https://www.webmd.com/lung/lung-function-home-test

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