Acoustic biomechanical relationships of human forced exhalation in bronchial obstruction

@article{Korenbaum2016AcousticBR,
  title={Acoustic biomechanical relationships of human forced exhalation in bronchial obstruction},
  author={Vladimir I. Korenbaum and Irina A. Pochekutova and Veronika V. Malaeva and Anatoly E. Kostiv},
  journal={Human Physiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={42},
  pages={421-424}
}
A statistically significant bidirectional influence of the incidence and degree of bronchial obstruction on the acoustic parameters of forced expiration and the spirometry/body plethysmography indicators of lung function has been revealed by means of nonparametric analysis of variance in a sample of 218 subjects. It has been shown that the acoustic band pass times and energies of forced expiratory tracheal noises coordinate with both tidal resistance and residual volume. 

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