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I have 2 problems/questions I am unsure of the answers.
The first one is "how would you demonstrate the Valsalve maneuver using the model lung?"

and 2. If a woman is breathing rapidly and deeply after exercise, would TLC, RV, TV, IRV, and ERV stay the same, increase or decrease? Thank you for any help.

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