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FACTORS AFFECTING RESPIRATORY CAPACITY(POINT TO BODY PARTS)
RESIDUAL VOLUMEAbout 1,200 ml of air remaining in the lungs and allows gas exchange to go on.
INSPIRATORY RESERVE VOLUMEIs the amount of air that can be taken forcibly above the tidal volume.
EXPIRATORY RESERVE VOLUME The amount of air that can be forcibly exhaled beyond tidal expiration.
TIDAL VOLUMEIs the lung volume representing the normal volume of air displaced.
VITAL CAPACITYTotal amount of exchangeable air.
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Look! I've found a corrupted document. It says that these are other situations apart from breathing that causes air to move in and out of the lungs.Let's take a look.
CORRUPTED_FILE.txtCOUGH - Clears the lower respiratory passageway.SNEEZE - Clears the upper respiratory passageways.CRYING - Inspiration followed by release of air in a number of short expirations.LAUGHING - Result of emotion.HICCUPS - Sudden inspirations resulting from spasms of diaphramYAWN - Very deep inspiration usually indicates lack of oxygen.Click x to exit zoom
BRONCHIAL SOUNDSProduced when air rushed to large respiratory passageway.
SOUNDS OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
MISSION 4: FACTORS AFFECTING RESPIRATION
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DEAD SPACE VOLUMEAbout 150 ml of air that is not included in gas exchange.
A SPIROMETER is used to measure respiratory volume.
I found another file from the ASG Hospital. I think these sounds can be heard using a stethoscope.
VESICULAR BREATHING SOUNDSOccurs as air fills the alveoli.
Corrupted_File.txt Crackle - A bubbling sound.Wheezing - A Whistling sound.Rales - Abnormal bronchial sounds produced by presence of mucus in the lungs.
We are so close to the antidote and we've gathered a lot of information. Please collect information on the Factors that Affect Respiration. It would help us identify why breathing performs that way.