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full inspiration

Inspiration in which the lungs are filled as completely as possible (voluntarily, as in determining the vital capacity, or involuntarily, as in cardiac dyspnea).
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Patients should be instructed to perform three full expirations lasting at least 6 seconds each, following full inspirations.
Every year we celebrate this day with full inspiration, enthusiasm and furore.