Pulmonary changes at high altitude and altitude sickness
Pulmonary changes during exercise
Combined pressure-volume curves for the lung and chest wall
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The pressure-volume (P-V) curves for the lung and chest wall help to study their mechanical behaviors during respiration, as the chest inflates and deflates. These P-V curves are obtained when a patient breathes in and out of a spirometer.
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