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pulmonary volumes - matching

tidal volume amount of air involved in 1 normal inhalation & exhalation
minute respiratory volume amount of air inhaled & exhaled in 1 minute
inpiratory reserve amount of air beyond tidal volume that can be taken in with the deepest possible inhalation
expiratory reserve amount of air, beyond tidal volume, that can be expelled with the most forceful exhalation
vital capacity sum of tidal volume, inspiratory reserve & expiratory reserve
residual air amount of air that remains in lungs after the most forceful exhalation
Created by: pmm