#### Match the items given in Column I with those in Column II and select the correct option given below :   Column I   Column II a. Tidal volume i. 2500 - 3000 mL b. Inspiratory Reserve volume ii. 1100 - 1200 mL c. Expiratory Reserve volume iii. 500 - 550 mL d. Residual volume iv. 1000 - 1100 mL Option 1) a b c d i iv ii iii   Option 2) a b c d iii i iv ii Option 3) a b c d iii ii i iv Option 4) a b c d iv iii ii i

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Tidal Volume (TV) -

Volume of air inspired or expired during a normal respiration.

- wherein

It is approx. 500 mL., i.e., a healthy man can inspire or expire approximately 6000 to 8000 mL of air per minute.

Inspiratory Reserve Volume (IRV) -

Additional volume of air, a person can inspire by a forcible inspiration.

- wherein

This averages 2500 mL to 3000 mL.

Expiratory Reserve Volume (ERV) -

Additional volume of air, a person can expire by a forcible expiration.

- wherein

This averages 1000 mL to 1100 mL.

Residual Volume (RV) -

Volume of air remaining in the lungs even after a forcible expiration.

- wherein

This averages 1100 mL to 1200 mL.

Tidal volume is volume of air inspired or expired during normal respiration. It is approximately 500 mL.

Inspiratory reserve volume is additional volume of air a person can inspire by a forceful inspiration. It is around 2500 – 3000 mL.

Expiratory reserve volume is additional volume of air a person can be expired by a forceful expiration. This averages 1000 – 1100 mL.

Residual volume is volume of air remaining in lungs even after forceful expiration. This averages 1100 – 1200 mL.

Option 1)

 a b c d i iv ii iii

This is incorrect.

Option 2)

 a b c d iii i iv ii

This is correct.

Option 3)

 a b c d iii ii i iv

This is incorrect.

Option 4)

 a b c d iv iii ii i

This is incorrect.