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5 Chronic Obstructive Breathing - Normal inspiration and prolonged expiration to overcome increased airway resistance. In a person with chronic obstructive lung disease, any situation calling for increased heart rate (exercise) may lead to dyspneic episode (air trapping) because the person does not have enough time for full expiration. Normal Adult - Rate—10 to 20 breaths/min, Depth is 500 to 800 ml, Pattern is even. The ratio of pulse to respirations is fairly constant, about 4:1. Both values increase as a normal response to exercise, fear, or fever. Depth – Air moving in and out with each respiration. Anterior Lung Sounds – Vesicular, Tracheal, Bronchial, and Bronchovesicular

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