Lung volume methods
Terms in this set (9)
Tidal volume (TV)
normal, relaxed breathing pattern
Expiratory Reserve volume (ERV)
the volume of air remaining in your lungs that you could still exhale at the end of a normal exhalation
Vital capacity (VC)
the largest volume of air that you can move through your lungs.
Residual volume (RV)
the volume of air that remains after a maximal exhalation. Multiply vital capacity by a certain numner
Inspiratory capacity (IC)
The volume of air that you could inhale after a normal exhalation.
Inspiratory reserve volume (IRV)
the volume of air that you could still inhale after a normal inhalation.
Expiratory capactiy (EC)
the volume of air that you could still exhale after a normal inhalation
Functional Residual capacity (FRC)
the volume of air remaining in your lungs including the residual volume following a normal exhalation.
Total lung capacity (TLC)
the total volume of your lungs, including the residual volume.
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