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Compared with the normal patient, what happened to the FVC in this patient?Compared with the normal patient, what happened to the FEV1 in this patient?
07/18/16 page 3Which values in this spirogram have notreturned to those of the normal patient (select all that apply)? For both types of exercise, the tidal volumes and breathing rates were increased. Compared with normal values, did tidalvolume or breathing rate increase more during moderate exercise? (Determine the percentage by which each valuechanged.)Experiment Data:Patient TypeTVERVIRVRVFVCTLCFEV1FEV1 (%)Heavy Exercise36507506001000ND6000NDNDModerate Exercise1875112520001000ND6000NDNDAsthma Attack Plus Inhaler50015002800120048006000384080%Acute Asthma Attack3007502700225037506000150040%Emphysema5007502000275032506000162550%Normal50015003000100050006000400080%
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07/18/16 page 7Post-lab Quiz ResultsYou scored 80% by answering 4 out of 5 questions correctly.1. Which of the following respiratory values represents a decreased flow rateduring the obstructive lung disease(s)?2. Calculate the ERV of an individual with the following respiratory volumes: TLC = 6000 ml, FVC = 4800 ml, RV = 1200ml, IRV = 2900 ml, TV = 500 ml.3. Calculate the FVC of an individual with the following respiratory volumes: RV = 1000 ml, IRV = 3000 ml, TV = 500 ml,ERV = 1500 ml.4. What is the largest volume for the normal patient?