total lung capacity


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total lung capacity

[′tōd·əl ′ləŋ kə‚pas·əd·ē]
(physiology)
The volume of gas contained within the lungs at the end of a maximum inspiration.
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05; FEV1: Forced Expiratory Volume in 1 second; PEF: Peak Expiratory Flow; FVC: Forced Vital Capacity; TLC: Total Lung Capacity Table 4: Pearson correlation values (r) between anthropometric variables and aerobic performance parameters Variable Football Judo Controls [VO.
Since emphysema and interstitial lung abnormalities have opposing effects on lung volume, our findings suggest that HRCT may provide important diagnostic information in smokers whose total lung capacity is unexpectedly 'normal,"" they noted.
The COPD patients with OSA also had a significantly lower percentage of total lung capacity vs.
0) as well as larger vital capacity (VC), total lung capacity (TLC), inspiratory capacity (IC), and functional residual capacity (FRC) (Armour et al.
Lung capacities at Judson College and in the surrounding area were tested in order to compare total lung capacity as it correlates to age, sex, smoking, regular exercise, musicianship as it applies to lung usage, and recent illness.
25-75]) total lung capacity (TLC) and residual volume (RV) data were obtained using constant volume variable pressure body plethysmograph (PK Morgan, Chatham, Kent, UK).
Isawa T, Teshima T, Anazawa Y, Miki M, Soni PS (1994) Technegas versus krypton-81m gas as an inhalation agent: comparison on pulmonary distribution at total lung capacity.
This ventilation pattern caused inspiration from FRC to 75-80% of total lung capacity of the rat; therefore, animals were slightly hyperventilated and did not breathe spontaneously but followed the computer-controlled breathing pattern.
It showed she had less than half of her total lung capacity remaining.
In general, restrictive impairment, orreduction of vital capacity (VC) and total lung capacity (TLC), is evident.
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