### How does the doctor view The Spirometry Result?

Parts of the result which are
**COLORFULY**
**BORDERED**
we already know!

**RED BORDERED GRAPH**

*It is a different representation of a Spirometry curve from the previous problems (problem 1.1 - 1.6)*

*The first rectangle represents values of a healthy human (predict values).*

*The second and the third rectangle represent the result of a patient (the first one - stats from the first measurement, the second one - stats from the second measurement).*

*If the doctor compare these three graphs, he/she can immediately recognize, if the patient's measured values are increased/decreased or normal.*

**ORANGE BORDERED GRAPH**

*The difference between FVC (Forced Vital Capacity) and VC (Slow Vital Capacity) is in the exhalation.*

*If the doctor asks patient to exhale calmly and slowly, we talk about Slow Vital Capacity.*

*Contrarily, if the patient exhales forcefully and quickly, we talk about Forced Vital Capacity.*

*The volume of an exhaled air should be, for a healhy human, equal in the both cases. If there is a big difference, we can expect, that our patient suffers by Obstructive disease.*

*It is not necessary to differentiate between FVC and VC values for us.*

Parts of the result which are
**COLORFULY**
**BORDERED**
we already know!

**RED BORDERED GRAPH**

*It is a different representation of a Spirometry curve from the previous problems (problem 1.1 - 1.6)*

*The first rectangle represents values of a healthy human (predict values).*

**ORANGE BORDERED GRAPH**

*The difference between FVC (Forced Vital Capacity) and VC (Slow Vital Capacity) is in the exhalation.*

*If the doctor asks patient to exhale calmly and slowly, we talk about Slow Vital Capacity.*

*Contrarily, if the patient exhales forcefully and quickly, we talk about Forced Vital Capacity.*

*It is not necessary to differentiate between FVC and VC values for us.*