spirogram


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spirogram

(ˈspaɪrəʊˌɡræm)
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(Medicine) med a record made by a spirograph
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Noun1.spirogram - a recording of breathing made with a spirograph
recording - a signal that encodes something (e.g., picture or sound) that has been recorded
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According to the American Thoracic Society (ATS) criteria, spirogram was obtained from all participants.15
The spirogram was recorded and stored on a computer with a acquisition data card (PCI-DAS1000, Dipsi, Chatillon, France) using respiratory acquisition software (Elphy Software, CNRS-UNIC, Gif-sur-Yvette, France) for analysis offline.
The interview results are saved with the subject's spirogram for easy access later.
The earliest change associated with airflow obstruction is a reduction in the terminal portion of the spirogram, even though the initial part of the spirogram is barely affected (9).
Results of three acceptable readings of spirogram were recorded and the best of the three readings was used for analysis.
Minimum of three acceptable and reproducible spirogram. Acceptable Spirogram Criteria
The device produces a spirogram that is a graphic record of the ventilation patterns of the lungs.
2575%])(L/min)--The volume of air per unit of time exhaled during the mid half of the expired volume of the forced expiratory spirogram.
Data from spirometry testing are depicted in a graph form called a spirogram. The volume time curve, flow volume curve, and flow volume loop are important spirographs for quality control (Jat, 2013).
Subjects were asked to inhale maximally then expire as quickly and as forcefully as possible and encouraged to continue until a plateau in the spirogram was observed.