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REVIEW OF YOUR READINGS: Chapter 8: Pulmonary Function
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The Air that we Breath… Is the atmospheric air that we breath comprised of only oxygen? So what are the gases that make up the air in our atmosphere?
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Tests of pulmonary function involve: Measurement of Static and Dynamic Lung Static Lung Volumes Total Lung Capacity (TLC) Tidal volume (TV) Inspiratory reserve vol. (IRV) Expiratory reserve vol. (ERV) Residual lung volume (RLV) Vital capacity (VC) Inspiratory capacity (IC) Functional residual cap. (FRC) Dynamic Lung Volumes FEV1.0 Forced Vital Capacity (FVC) FEV1.0/FVC ratio Max. Voluntary Ventilation (MVV) What is the difference between static and dynamic lung volumes?
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Total Lung Capacity (TLC) What is it? q TLC is comprised of what 4 lung volumes?
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Spirogram of Static Lung Volumes
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Additional Lung Volumes? What is minute ventilation (VE)? How is VE calculated? VE =
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Dynamic Lung Volumes What is Forced Expiratory Volume1.0 (FEV1.0)? The total amount of air that can be forcefully expired during the
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course PE 3117 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at Texas State.

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