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Relating to the exhalation of air from the lungs.
- ‘Although there was slight expiratory wheezing over both lungs, he was not coughing or visibly short of breath.’
- ‘There are no recent published reference ranges available for inspiratory or expiratory airway resistance.’
- ‘Dynamic lung volumes and expiratory flow were measured using incentive animation software.’
- ‘In response to a delay in the opening of the expiratory valve, 45 patients increased the duration of neural expiratory time.’
- ‘The increase in the utilization of inspiratory and expiratory reserve volumes with exercise facilitates airway clearance.’
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