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Changes of voluntary spirometric functions in early periods after pulmonary resections i. on patients with partial resections of the lung



Changes of voluntary spirometric functions in early periods after pulmonary resections i. on patients with partial resections of the lung



Medical Bulletin of Fukuoka University 14(2): 135-138



The changes of effort-dependent spirometric values were studied on 15 patients who underwent partial resections of the lung. The values measured were the forced vital capacity (FVC), forced expiratory volume in one second (FEV1), maximum midexpiratory flow rate (MMF), peak expiratory flow rate (PF), forced expiratory flow rate at 50% of vital capacity (.ovrhdot.V50) and forced expiratory flow rate at 25% of vital capacity (.ovrhdot.V25). The pulmonary function tests were obtained daily for seven days following surgery, and also on the 10th and 14th postoperative days. There was a marked decrease showing a restrictive disturbance; on the first day after operation they were reduced to 40-50% of preoperative values and gradually increased daily, however, on the 14th day the values remained between 50-80% of the preoperative levels.

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