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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : RTC / rapid thoracoabdominal compression

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Long Form:   rapid thoracoabdominal compression
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2012 Nasal versus oronasal raised volume forced expirations in infants--a real physiologic challenge. FE, FV, FVC, IC, PF
2011 Early lung function testing in infants with aortic arch anomalies identifies patients at risk for airway obstruction. AAA, LFT, TBFVL
2011 Methacholine-induced lung function changes measured with infant body plethysmography. AR, aw, FRC
2010 Comprehensive integrated spirometry using raised volume passive and forced expirations and multiple-breath nitrogen washout in infants. IC, MBNW, RV
2006 Lung function tests in neonates and infants with chronic lung disease: forced expiratory maneuvers. CLDI
2004 The response to beta-agonists in wheezy infants: three methods compared. FEV0.4, RV-RTC
2002 Exploring the relationship between forced maximal flow at functional residual capacity and parameters of forced expiration from raised lung volume in healthy infants. FVC, RVRTC
2001 Influence of jacket placement on respiratory compliance during raised lung volume measurements in infants. MLR, RR, RVRTC
1999 A novel non-invasive technique for measuring the residual lung volume by nitrogen washout with rapid thoracoabdominal compression in infants. CI, FRC, RV
10  1998 Isovolume pressure/flow curves of rapid thoracoabdominal compressions in infants without respiratory disease. ---
11  1996 Flow limitation in anesthetized rhesus monkeys: a comparison of rapid thoracoabdominal compression and forced deflation techniques. FD, IVPF, MEFV
12  1995 Effect of lung volume on forced expiratory flows during rapid thoracoabdominal compression in infants. ---
13  1995 The effect of rapid thoracoabdominal compressions on intracranial pressure in newborn lambs. ICP, Ptp