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Respiratory function

Introduction: Respiratory function

Description of Respiratory function

Respiratory function: physiological activity and functions of the respiratory system as a whole or of any of its parts, including any portion of the breathing process, the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide and internal (cellular) or external respiration (ventilation).
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