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F BCC Lab 6 THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 2

F BCC Lab 6 THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM 2 - Lab 6 The...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/30/10 Lab # 6 The Respiratory System 2
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Click to edit Master subtitle style 10/30/10 Intercostal muscles elevates the rib cage and diaphragm is contracted Rib cage in normal position and diaphragm is relaxed Volum e Volum e Boyle’s law : Pressure and volume are inversely proportional Pressure (757 mmHg) Pressure (763 mmHg) Air: 760 mmHg Expiration Inspiration Pressure-Volume Relationships in the Lungs +3 -3
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10/30/10 Inspiration Expiration Rib cage elevates and diaphragm contracts Rib cage returns to the normal position and diaphragm relaxes
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10/30/10 Measurements of Ventilation It is a device that recaptures expired breath and records such variables such as rate and depth of breathing, speed of expiration, and rate of oxygen consumption Spirometer Respiratory Volumes 1- Tidal volume (TV): 2- Inspiratory reserve volume (IRV): 3- Expiratory reserve volume (ERV): 4- Residual volume (RV): It is volume of air inhaled and exhaled in one cycle during quiet
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