The ____________ is the amount of air remaining in the lungs after a forced expiration.

expiratory reserve volume The after a forced expiration is the amount of air remaining in the lungs inspiratory reserve volume The volume of air exchanged during normal breathing is called the forced expiratory volume After a normal inspiration, the amount of air that can then be inspired forcefully is called the vital capacity total lung capacity If you subtract the residual volume from the total lung capacity, you get the tidal volume The vital capacity minus the capacity equals the inspiratory functional residual capacity residual volume The effects of obstructive diseases such as asthma or emphysema may be determined by measuring the ResetComplete each sentence with the correct word.

Answer

1. The Residual volume is the amount of air remaining in the lungs after a forced expiration. 2. The volume of air exchanged during normal breathing is called the Tidal volume 3. After a normal inspiration, the amount of air the can them be inspired forcefully is called the Inspiratory reserve volume. 4. If you subtract the residual volume from the total lung capacity, you get the Vital capacity. 5. The vital capacity minus the Expiratory reserve volume equals the inspiratory capacity. 6. The effect of obstructive diseases such as asthma or emphysema may be determined by measuring the forced expiratory volume. 7. in the above the vital capacity = TV+IRV+ERV, if ERV subtracted will get Inspiratory capacity (IC)

8. Total lungs capacity (TLC) = TV+IRV+ERV+RV if RV is substracted will get Vital Capacity (VC)

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