Maddox Smith Staff asked 4 years ago

Common Gas Laws

Outline the common Gas Laws and how they relate to respiratory physiology and/or measurement.The question no 1 is done by some body but not properly need to be edited properly.2)    Provide a detailed interpretation of the lung function results provided bellowThe question no2 also been done but need to be checked again according to instructions.What you need to do: (instructions)•    Break down each of the three results (Spirometry, Lung Volumes & DLCO) identifying the normal and abnormal parameters of interest•    Provide your interpretation of these results linking the actual results to your interpretation•    This response would generally take 1-2 pages of an exam workbook based on your writing style and size). Using dot points, a table or standard written text are all acceptable ways of responding to this case. This is closely linked to assessment 2, except in an exam situation we do not specifically require you to link the findings to the pathophysiology/physiology as we did in the assessment.Give a description of the test (e.g. Spirometry is…)Discuss the physiology that underpins that test (e.g. ventilation is determined by…)Identify the core technical aspects of the test (reference values, calibration standards, test limitations, Quality Assurance etc.)Describe the output of the tests (common measurements and their relationship to each other)Link the results to the physiology or pathophysiology (e.g. a reduction in FEV1/FVC is an indication of obstruction of flow, which can be cause by narrowing of the airways. An increase in FEV1/FVC is an indication of increased elastance, which can be cause by fibrosis of the tissue or decreased lung size as seen in kyphoscoliosis