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Normal Respiratory Cycle

by Scott Null
posted 2 years ago
A stylized medical animation of the normal breathing cycle.
Resource Type: Web
Resource Name: YouTube
Level: Basic
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    This brief and very basic animated video shows the interactions between the diaphragm, lungs, ribcage, and abdominal viscera during inhalation. No explanation (print or verbal) but visual representation of a process that is well described in many other sources on Vocapedia. The brevity makes it useful for quick class or studio demonstrations.
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