Pulmonary Medicine / 2013 / Article / Fig 1

Review Article

Inspiratory Capacity during Exercise: Measurement, Analysis, and Interpretation

Figure 1

(a) Example of a resting and peak exercise tidal breath superimposed within a maximum flow-volume loop (thick black line). Modified from [3]. The position of the tidal breaths along the -axis is based on the measurement of end-expiratory lung volume (determined from inspiratory capacity maneuvers). (b) Operating lung volume plot versus cycle work rate. Inspiratory capacity maneuvers are performed at rest (0 W) and every 20 W throughout exercise. TLC, total lung capacity; IRV, inspiratory reserve volume; EILV, end-inspiratory lung volume; EELV, end-expiratory lung volume; , tidal volume; IC, inspiratory capacity; , volume of the tidal breath that is flow limited on expiration; %EFL, percentage of expiratory flow limitation; ERV, expiratory reserve volume; MFVL, maximum flow-volume loop; DH, dynamic hyperinflation.
956081.fig.001a
(a)
956081.fig.001b
(b)

Article of the Year Award: Outstanding research contributions of 2020, as selected by our Chief Editors. Read the winning articles.