2014 Week 9 Ex51, 52, 53.pptx

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BIOL 2014 Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Ex. 51 – Breathing & Respiratory Volume Ex. 52 – Spirometry Biopac Ex. 53 – Control of Breathing
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Breathing & Respiratory Volume (Ex. 51) Inspiration Inspiratory muscle contraction ↑ thoracic cavity volume ↓ thoracic cavity pressure Expiration Expiratory muscle contraction ↓ thoracic cavity volume ↑ thoracic cavity pressure
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Respiration Muscles Fig. 51.1
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Respiration Muscles Table 51.1
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Boyle’s Law ↑ lung volume ↓ thoracic pressure air entering lungs ↓ lung volume ↑ thoracic pressure air leaves lungs Fig. 51.2, 51.3
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Lung Function Model Fig. 51.4
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Respiratory Volumes Volume Single measurement Via spirometer Based on age, sex, height, weight, health 1. Tidal volume (TV) 2. Expiratory reserve volume (ERV) 3. Inspiratory reserve volume (IRV) 4. Residual volume (RV) Fig. 51.5, 51.6
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Respiratory Volumes & Capacities Fig. 51.7
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Respiratory Volumes 1. TV Passive breathing (1 respiratory cycle) ~ 500 mL 2. ERV Forced expiration
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