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  • 1
    - A value of tidal volume (VT) in an adult is approx. 0.5 l
  • 2
    - Tidal volume (VT) is the volume of air being inhaled during quiet inspiration
  • 3
    - Tidal volume (VT) is the volume of air being exhaled during quiet expiration
  • 4
    - A value of inspiratory reserve volume (IRV) is approx. 2500 ml in an adult
  • 5
    - An inspiratory reserve volume (IRV) is the volume of air that is inspired with maximum effort
  • 6
    - An exspiratory reserve volume (ERV) is approximately 500 ml in an adult
  • 7
    - An exspiratory reserve volume (ERV) is the volume of air that is exhaled with maximum effort after the quiet inspiration
  • 8
    - In adults the exspiratory reserve volume (ERV) is bigger than the tidal volume (VT)
  • 9
    - A residual volume (RV) is the volume of air within the lungs after the quiet expiration
  • 10
    - A residual volume (RV) consists of the collapse air (400 ml) + the minimum air (800ml)
  • 11
    - A minimum air is a part of the residual volume after the bilateral pneumothorax
  • 12
    - The vital capacity of lungs (VC) is a sum of tidal volume, inspiratory reserve volume,
    and an expiratory capacity
  • 13
    - The vital capacity of lungs is the volume of air that is exhaled after the maximum
    inspiration
  • 14
    - An inspiratory capacity (IC) is a value of tidal volume + the inspiratory reserve volume
  • 15
    - An inspiratory capacity (IC) is the volume of air that is inhaled with maximum effort after the quiet expiration
  • 16
    - The vital capacity of lungs includes also functional residual capacity (FRC)
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    - An exspiratory capacity (EC) is the volume of air that is exhaled with maximum effort after the quiet expiration
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    - The functional residual capacity (FRC) consists of expiratory reserve volume + residual volume
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    - A spirometer can measure the functional residual capacity (FRC)
  • 20
    - A spirometer can measure tidal volume
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    - A spirometer can measure the vital capacity of the lungs
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    -(2015) A spirometer (with recording system) is able to measure some of dynamic parameters of breathing
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    - A residual volume can be measured by a spirometer
  • 24
    - A spirometer is not able to measure the dynamic parameters of breathing (e.g. FEV1)
  • 25
    - A spirometer can measure the static parameters of breathing
  • 26
    - The total lung capacity (TLC) is a sum of 4 main lung volumes
  • 27
    - A minute ventilation = tidal volume x number of breaths per minute (respiratory rate) (i.e. MV = VT . f)
  • 28
    - Minute ventilation of the lungs depends on the depth of breathing more than on the respiratory rate (number of breaths per minute)
  • 29
    - Hering model of breathing allows to illustrate the Müller maneuver by the reduction of
    the model volume (maximum expiratory pressure)
  • 30
    - Hering model of breathing allows to illustrate Valsalv maneuver by a maximum pull on the membrane and increasing of the model volume (maximum inspiratory pressure) Valsalva experiment
  • 31
    -(2015) IRV in adult is not approximately 1500 ml________ (is 2500ml)
  • 32
    -(2015) Minimum air is volume remaining in lungs after bilateral pneumothorax
  • 33
    True

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