Body Plethysmography: Principles of lung volumes and resistance
Forced Spirometry is considered a valuable lung function test but unlike body plethysmography, it does not provide key characteristics such as lung residual volume, and total lung capacity. Additionally, body plethysmography measurements are recorded during breathing at rest, and not by forced maneuvers. In this series of two webinars, Hanneke van Helvoort, PhD, will provide a thorough technical understanding of the working principles of body plethysmography with a main focus on clinical implications and use.
The first session's focus will be volume assessment, followed by airway resistance assessment in the second session.
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