Comparison of maximum voluntary ventilation through the mouth and the nose

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Title translated into German:Vergleich der maximalen willkuerlichen Atmung durch Mund oder Nase
Author:Morton, Alan R.; MacDougall, J. Duncan
Published in:Australian journal of science & medicine in sport
Published:25 (1993), 2 , S. 40-42, Lit.
Format: Publications (Database SPOLIT)
Publication Type: Journal article
Media type: Print resource
Language:English
ISSN:0813-6289
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Identification number:PU199410070374
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title Comparison of maximum voluntary ventilation through the mouth and the nose
spellingShingle Comparison of maximum voluntary ventilation through the mouth and the nose
Asthma, belastungsinduziertes
Atmungssystem
Belastungsintensität
Einatmungsluft
Inspiration
Luftfeuchtigkeit
Lufttemperatur
Mund
Nase
Sportmedizin
title_sort comparison of maximum voluntary ventilation through the mouth and the nose
title_short Comparison of maximum voluntary ventilation through the mouth and the nose
title_alt Vergleich der maximalen willkuerlichen Atmung durch Mund oder Nase
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city Pennant Hills
abstract Most asthmatics will experience an episode of asthma induced by exercise. Although the cause of exercise-induced asthma (EIA) is still unknown it is thought that it is triggered by drying and cooling of the airways during the humidification and warming of the inspired air. Breathing through the nose reduces the amount of fluid and heat lost from the deeper airways thus reducing the EIA. When the amount of air that could be inhaled through the nose (mean = 69.6 l/min), during a maximum voluntary ventilation procedure, was compared to that inhaled through the mouth (mean = 164.8 l/min) it was found that more than twice (2.37 times) as much air could be inspired through the mouth. These data indicate that while asthmatics may benefit from the moistening effects of nasal breathing during exercise, activities requiring work rates greater than moderate intensity will necessitate switching to oronasal or oral breathing. Verf.-Referat
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MacDougall, J. Duncan
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Asthma, belastungsinduziertes
Atmungssystem
Belastungsintensität
Einatmungsluft
Inspiration
Luftfeuchtigkeit
Lufttemperatur
Mund
Nase
Sportmedizin
air humidity
air temperature
asthma, exercise-induced
inspiration
inspired air
load intensity
mouth
nose
respiratory system
sports medicine
Asthma
Intensität
Anstrengungsgrad
Atmung
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
intensity of load
workload intensity
intensity of workload
exercise intensity
intensity of exercise
work intensity
intensity of work
stress intensity
intensity of stress
Comparison of maximum voluntary ventilation through the mouth and the nose
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topic Asthma, belastungsinduziertes
Atmungssystem
Belastungsintensität
Einatmungsluft
Inspiration
Luftfeuchtigkeit
Lufttemperatur
Mund
Nase
Sportmedizin
topic_facet Asthma, belastungsinduziertes
Atmungssystem
Belastungsintensität
Einatmungsluft
Inspiration
Luftfeuchtigkeit
Lufttemperatur
Mund
Nase
Sportmedizin
topic_en air humidity
air temperature
asthma, exercise-induced
inspiration
inspired air
load intensity
mouth
nose
respiratory system
sports medicine
topic_en_facet air humidity
air temperature
asthma, exercise-induced
inspiration
inspired air
load intensity
mouth
nose
respiratory system
sports medicine
synonym Asthma
Intensität
Anstrengungsgrad
Atmung
Medizin
Geschichte der Medizin
Untersuchung, sportmedizinische
Wasserdampf
synonym_en intensity of load
workload intensity
intensity of workload
exercise intensity
intensity of exercise
work intensity
intensity of work
stress intensity
intensity of stress
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container_start_page S. 40-42
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