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Loop Spirometries – Laboratory Diagnostics

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture Loop Spirometries – Laboratory Diagnostics by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Pulmonary Diagnostics.


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    1. Inspiration
    2. Expiration
    3. Residual volume
    4. Obstruction
    5. Restriction
    1. The end of exhalation marks the maximum TLC.
    2. Pleural pressure becomes less negative.
    3. Elastic recoil pressure approaches equilibrium with pleural pressure.
    4. Diaphragm passively moves into thoracic cavity.
    5. Alveolar pressure becomes positive.
    1. Residual volume has increased.
    2. TLC has decreased.
    3. FEV1 has increased.
    4. FRC has decreased.
    5. Expiratory capacity has increased.
    1. Shift in the loop to the right.
    2. Normal loop spirometry.
    3. Shift in the loop to the left.
    4. Increased residual volume.
    5. Increased TLC.

    Author of lecture Loop Spirometries – Laboratory Diagnostics

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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