Eupnea

Eupnea

In the human respiratory system, eupnea (Greek eupnoia; from eu, well + pnoia, breath) is normal, unlaboured ventilation, sometimes known as quiet breathing or resting respiration. In eupnea, expiration employs only the elastic recoil of the lungs.

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Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 28th Edition. Baltimore, Maryland: Julie K. Stegman.

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