Respiratory System: Anatomy and Physiology

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Tidal volume

Inspiratory reserve volume

Expiratory reserve volume

Residual volume

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Max amount that can be expired from a resting tidal end-expiratory position.

Volume left in the lungs at the end of maximal expiration.

Max amount that can be inspired from a resting tidal end-inspiratory position.

Volume of gas inspired/expired during each respiratory cycle. ~500mL at rest.


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