How can I write a lab report for physiology on the respiratory system. Here are the specifics...

Measurements of 22 healthy subjects ages 19-37 were taken between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and measurements of 12 other healthy subjects ages 21-42 were taken between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Measurements of TV, IRV, ERV, and subsequent calculations of vital capacity in the daytime and evening lab sections included here showed a difference, with the daytime lab section showing a generally higher set of volumes and vital capacity. When predicted VC is accounted for (difference=0.54L), the difference in mean TV between groups (.17L) is negligible. Of interest is the significant difference in VC (.98L). Further study is clearly necessary.

Like human body temperature and metabolism, the pulmonary system demonstrates a patterned fluctuation in function over roughly a 24-hour period (4,5,6,7,8). While diurnal fluctuations are well-known and treated in asthmatic patients, among whom nocturnal wheezing is common, studies of healthy humans rarely take this variability into account (7,8). A number of papers

Utilizing BIOPAC student lab software and BIOPAC spirometric equipment, students in separate lab sections took measurements of tidal volume (TV), inspiratory reserve volume (IRV), and expiratory reserve volume (ERV). Also gathered from subjects was information including age, gender, height and information about known pulmonary disorders.

So I have to put all of thid data into a lab report, and I have np idea where to start!

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Patrina Schowalter
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28 Sep 2019

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