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Volume/Flow Loop Relationships

Easily compare normal tidal breathing loops to maximum breathing loops by using the X/Y mode to plot flow versus volume in realtime and post acquisition. It’s possible to control the number of loops that are displayed by setting the display time window – the software will automatically update the X/Y display to include only the breaths that occurred within that time window. This graphical representation clearly indicates the subjects reserve capacity in relation to normal breathing. AcqKnowledge® can also be used to automatically determine the breath-by-breath volume/flow loop area as a function of time.

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