This presentation reviews the universal safety precautions that should be followed during a methacholine challenge test, as well as reviewing COVID-19 specific safety recommendations
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What is Provocholine?Find out More
What is Provocholine?
Provocholine is the only FDA approved methacholine chloride for the diagnosis of bronchial hyperresponsiveness. A negative methacholine challenge test can essentially rule out asthma.
Frequently Asked QuestionsSee the Answers
Here are the answers to the common questions about Provocholine and the methacholine challenge test.