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Cardiac, pulmonary

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Obstructive defects of pulmonary function are characterized by: Decreased expiratory flow.
Restrictive defects of pulmonary function are characterized by: reduced lung volumes, and relatively normal expiratory flow rates.
FRC= ERV + RV
IC= TV+IRV
VC= IRV+TV+ERV
TLC= IRV+TV+ERV+RV
Max volume if air expired after normal expiration ERV
Max volume forcefully expired after a max inspiration VC
Lung volume measured at the end of a maximal inspiration TLC
Total Volume inspired and expired per breath TV
Lung volume remaining in the lungs at the end of a maximal expiration. RV
Max volume inspired after normal inspiration IRV
The amount of air that can be inspired after a normal exhalation IC
Volume in the lungs after a normal exhalation FRC
Amount of air exhaled in the 1st 2nd and 3rd second of a forced vital capacity test FEV
TV= how many mL? 500
ERV= how many mL? 1000 mL
Inspiratory capacity= how many mL? 3000-4000
ERV= what % of total volume? 15%
IRV= what % of total volume? 50%
FRC= what % of total volume? 40%
VC= what % of total volume? 75%
RV= what % of total volume? 25%
IC= what percent of total volume? 60%
TV= what percent of total volume? 10%
TLC = what percent of total volume? 100%
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