The Lesson 12 procedure was changed based on feedback from instructors. BSL 3.7.1-Windows (with journal date 10/27/2005) and BSL 3.7.1-Mac incorporate an updated breathing procedure and new analysis instructions to help students obtain accurate Tidal Volume values.
The onscreen guide now instructs the Subject to breathe normally for five cycles, inhale deeply, exhale completely, and then return to normal breathing. The analysis instructions and data report for the Lesson Manual were updated accordingly.
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