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What is one of the main measurements attained from spirometry
FVC and FEV; compared to the tidal waves; Peak expiratory flow rate, Mid-maximal expiratory flow (FEF 25-75)
what other pressure can you obtain by having a patient put her lips tights around a tube
What part of the the slope in the single breath nitrogen test indicates poor distribution of ventilation
Who has a more difficult time expiring, a person with obstructive or restrictive disease
T/F obstructive disease maximal expiratoin begins and and ends at higher lung volumes than normal
why is TLC increased in a patient with obstructive pulmonary disease despite the fact that their VC is decreased
increased "trapped air", increased FRC
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