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Human Spirometry

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Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, A-FH-300
Description: Lung volumes before and after exercise.

Goals

1.	Students will be able to successfully record respiratory cycles.
2.	Students should be able to measure respiration volumes including: tidal volume, reserve capacities, vital capacity, and be able to calculate overall lung volume. 
3.	Students will be able to determine the difference in lung volumes of a subject at rest, immediately after exercise, and up to a few minutes after exercise. 
4.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window. 

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded a recognizable respiratory cycle at rest.
2.	have recorded recognizable respiratory cycles on an individual immediately after exercise and a few minutes after exercise.
3.	be able to determine the respiratory volumes of an individual from the recorded data and understand the effects of exercise on lung volumes. 
4.	determine a subject’s overall fitness and lung health after examining breathing rate recovery from exercise.
5.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.
6.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Included with:
Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, A-FH-300
Description: Lung volumes while the subject is in different positions – lying, sitting, standing.

Goals

1.	Students will be able to successfully record respiratory cycles.
2.	Students should be able to measure respiration volumes including: tidal volume, reserve capacities, vital capacity, and be able to calculate overall lung volume. 
3.	Students will examine the effects of gravity on breathing by measuring the differences in lung volumes of a resting subject while he or she is sitting, standing, or lying down. 
4.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window. 

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded a recognizable respiratory cycle at rest.
2.	have recorded recognizable respiratory cycles on an individual while he or she is sitting, standing and lying down.
3.	be able to determine the respiratory volumes of an individual from the recorded data and understand the effects of gravity on lung volumes. 
4.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.
5.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Included with:
Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, A-FH-300
Description: Lung volumes whole the subject is asked to perform different tasks.

Goals

1.	Students will be able to successfully record respiratory cycles.
2.	Students should be able to measure respiration volumes including: tidal volume, reserve capacities, vital capacity, and be able to calculate overall lung volume. 
3.	Students will examine how factors, like concentrating on the completion of a task or sitting up quickly, influence breathing.
4.	Students will record and measure lung volumes during these tasks and answer questions based on the data collected.
5.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window. 

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded a recognizable respiratory cycle at rest.
2.	have recorded recognizable respiratory cycles on an individual while performing different tasks like concentrating on the completion of a problem or sitting up quickly. 
3.	be able to determine the respiratory volumes of an individual from the recorded data and understand the effects of these tasks on lung volumes. 
4.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.

5.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Included with:
Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, A-FH-300 , PT-104
Description: Lung volumes and heart rate and how they are related to each other.

Goals

1.	Students will be able to successfully record respiratory cycles and pulse waves.
2.	Students should be able to measure tidal volume and be able to calculate both breathing and heart rate.
3.	Students will determine the heart rate and respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) prominence of a subject breathing at rest.
4.	Students will also determine the effect of apnea, different inhalation volumes, and the movement of the muscles involved in breathing on heart rate. 
5.	Students will record and measure lung volumes during these tasks and answer questions based on the data collected.
6.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window. 

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded recognizable respiratory cycles and pulse waves.
2.	be able to measure tidal volume amplitudes, and calculate breathing and heart rate.
3.	be able to determine the effects of apnea, use of different muscle groups and inhalation volumes on heart rate.
4.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.
5.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Included with:
Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, PT-104 , A-RM-220
Description: A variety of different breathing patterns and how both lung volume and heart rate are affected.

Goals

1.	Students will be able to successfully record respiratory cycles and pulse waves.
2.	Students should be able to measure tidal volume and be able to calculate both breathing and heart rate.
3.	Students will determine the heart rate and respiratory sinus arrhythmia (RSA) prominence of a subject breathing at rest.
4.	Students will also determine the effect of apnea, shallow abdominal breathing, rapid bellows breathing, and deep abdominal breathing on heart rate.
5.	Students will record and measure lung volumes during these tasks and answer questions based on the data collected.
6.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window. 

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded recognizable respiratory cycles and pulse waves.
2.	be able to measure and calculate breathing and heart rates.
3.	be able to determine the effects of apnea, use of different muscle groups and inhalation volumes on heart rate.
4.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.
5.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Included with:
Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, A-FH-300 , PO2-CMS50D , PT-104
Description: Blood oxygen levels and ventilation under a variety of conditions.

Goals

1.	Students will record oxygen saturation levels in the blood of the subject during normal breathing, apnea, hyperventilation, the Valsalva maneuver, and chest expansion. 
2.	Students will successfully record the subject’s heart rate.
3.	Students will monitor breathing s a demonstration of the integration of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems.
4.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window. 

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded and calculated heart rate, and compared heart rate and oxygen saturation levels during the different breathing techniques. 
2.	have looked at the relationship between normal breathing, apnea, hyperventilation, the Valsalva maneuver, and chest expansion, on blood oxygen saturation. 
3.	be able to explain how and why oxygen saturation levels may change during inhalation and exhalation.
4.	have gained an understanding of the physiology of maintaining a steady oxygen saturation level.
5.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.
6.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Included with:
Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, A-RM-220 , PO2-CMS50D , PT-104
Description: Blood oxygen levels and ventilation under a variety of conditions (continued).

Goals

1.	Students will record oxygen saturation levels in the blood of the subject during normal breathing, and during different abdominal and thoracic breathing techniques. 
2.	Students will successfully record the subject’s heart rate.
3.	Students will monitor breathing s a demonstration of the integration of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems.
4.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window. 

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded and calculated heart rate.
2.	have looked at the relationship between normal breathing, shallow abdominal breathing, bellows breathing, and deep abdominal breathing on blood oxygen saturation. 
3.	be able to explain how and why oxygen saturation levels and heart rate may change during different types of breathing patterns.
4.	gain an understanding of the physiology of maintaining a steady oxygen saturation level.
5.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.
6.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Included with:
Lab Equipment Required: IX-TA, A-FH-300
Description: The study of normal and abnormal breathing – how does it feel to have asthma or COPD?

Goals

1.	Students will be able to successfully record resting respiratory cycles.
2.	Students should be able to measure tidal volume and be able to calculate breathing rate.
3.	Students should be ale to use the Analysis window to calculate Max and Min dv/dt.
4.	Students will determine FVC, FEV1 and FEV3 and the FEV/FVC ratios.
5.	Students will also determine the effect of breathing with a corset on and breathing through a narrowed airway.
6.	Students will record and measure lung volumes during these tasks and answer questions based on the data collected.
7.	Students will continue to be successful at using the LabScribe software to move cursors, analyze data, record data to the Journal, and add functions to the Analysis window.

Outcomes

Students who have successfully completed this exercise will:
1.	have recorded recognizable respiratory cycles.
2.	be able to measure and calculate breathing rates, breathing parameters and specific ratios.
3.	be able to determine the effects of restriction and obstruction on lung volumes and breathing rate.
4.	understand the differences between restrictive and obstructive airway diseases.
5.	feel comfortable transferring data to the Journal and interpreting that data to answer questions about their recordings.
6.	have used the functions available in the Analysis window to determine values necessary for this exercise.
Updated on April 18, 2021

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