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An instrument for measuring changes in the size of a part of the body by measuring changes in the amount of blood in that part.
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Ranting faster than 1.5 Hz may result in increased resistance as described above and panting 0.5 Hz or less may cause problems with the controlled leak of the body plethysmograph
A new method for measuring airway resistance using a body plethysmograph
: values in normal subjects and in patients with respiratory diseases.
Volume displacement body plethysmograph
for respiratory measurements in human subjects.
Respiration Measurement in the Whole Body Plethysmograph
. Available: http://www.buxco.com/downloads/LomaskWBP.pdf [accessed 1 June 2007].
The operating principle of the body plethysmograph
is simply based on Boyle's gas law.
We tested lung function with a constant volume body plethysmograph
apparatus from Jaeger (Wurzburg, Germany).