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lab5 - times the frequency of breathing(breaths per minute...

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Ex.- 8.1 1. Vital capacity 2. Expiratory reserve volume 3. Inspiratory capacity 4. Residual volume 5. Restrictive disorders 6. Ephysema 7. FEV 1 (Forced Expiratory Volume) test Ex.- 8.2 1. Gas diffusion 2. Tidal volume is the volume of gas inspired or expired during each normal(unforced) ventilation cycle. 3. The total minute volume is obtained by multiplying the tidal volume (mL per breath)
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Unformatted text preview: times the frequency of breathing (breaths per minute). 4. The aortic and the carotid bodies. 5. Fall in plasma pH. 6. Hypernea is the increased rate of breathing. 7. Hypoventilation may be operationally defined as an abnormally increased plasma carbon dioxide level (above 40 Torr, or mm Hg)....
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