resting tidal volume

rest·ing ti·dal vol·ume

the tidal volume under normal conditions, that is, in the absence of exercise or other conditions that stimulate breathing.

rest·ing ti·dal vol·ume

(rest'ing tī'dăl vol'yūm)
The volume of air inspired and expired at rest (i.e., in the absence of circumstances such as exercise that increase the rate or depth of inspirations).
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The mean resting Tidal Volume in pregnant women was significantly higher than those of controls at rest The increase in tidal volume in pregnancy can be attributed to the hormone relaxin, which relaxes the ligament attachment of ribs thus increasing the antero -posterior & transverse diameter.
As resting tidal volume was more in pregnant women, Minute Ventilation was also more.