pneumography


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pneumography

1. an account of the structure and function of the lungs.
2. the recording of the activity of the lungs during respiration. — pneumograph, n. — pneumographic, pneumographical, adj.
See also: Anatomy
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II-67 Methods and Devices Used in Ventilatory Monitoring II-67 Impedance Pneumography.
It addresses a gap in knowledge: (i) by assessing transport behaviour over 8 days with GPS receivers and an electronic mobility survey; (ii) by considering the personal exposure to both air pollution and noise and improving its characterisation (inhaled doses, noise frequency components, impulsive noise, and interactions with subjective annoyance); (iii) by measuring a wide range of respiratory and cardiovascular outcomes (smartphone-assessed respiratory symptoms, lung function assessed by spirometry and impedance pneumography, resting blood pressure, ambulatory brachial / central blood pressure, and heart rate variability); and (iv) by investigating short-term and longer-term effects of transport.
Measures from forced oscillation pneumography similarly showed improvement in pulmonary function.