The Consequences of Smoking and Smokers at Risk
The efficiency with which inspired gas is mixed with resident gas appears to be a useful indicator of ventilatory function and may provide a mechanism for detecting those smokers at risk of developing chronic lung disease.
KeywordsLung Volume Dead Space Functional Residual Capaci Ventilatory Efficiency Alveolar Dead Space
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