Sustained maximal inspiration has similar effects compared to incentive spirometers.

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Summary of "Sustained maximal inspiration has similar effects compared to incentive spirometers."

To compare the effects of flow incentive spirometer (FIS), volume incentive spirometer (VIS), and sustained maximal inspiration exercise (SMI) on breathing pattern, chest wall motion, and thoracoabdominal asynchrony.


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Name: Respiratory physiology & neurobiology
ISSN: 1878-1519


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