Synchronous Tracer Injection for O2 Uptake and Co2 Production Measurement
Existing methods for measuring O2 consumption and CO2 production require either air-tight connections to patients in the form of masks or nose pieces/ or the patient is placed in a sealed box for monitoring expired gas volume and concentration.
KeywordsLung Volume Alveolar Ventilation Pleural Pressure Inspiratory Phase Specific Airway Conductance
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