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Lung volume/capacity

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The volume of aire that occupies the non-respiratory conducting airways Anatomic dead space volume
the max volume of air that can be exhaled after a normal tidal exhalation Expiratory reserve volume
max volume of air exhaled in a specified period of time Forced expiratory volume
volume of air expired during a forced maximal experiation after a forced max inspiration Forced vial capacity
volume of air in the lungs after normal exhalation functional residual capacity
max volume of air that can be inspired after normal tidal volume inspiration inspiratory reserve volume
volume of air expired in one minute minute volume ventilation
max flow of air during the beginning of a forced expiratory maneuver peak expiratory flow
volume of gas remaining i the lungs at the end of a maximal expiration residual volume
total volume inspired and expired with each breath during quiet breatingh total lung capacity
volume of air in the lungs after a maximal inspiration total lung capacity
volume change that occurs between max inspiration and max expiration vital capacity
Created by: eeshaa