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ex·pi·ra·to·ry re·serve vol·ume (ERV),

the maximal volume of air (about 1000 mL) that can be expelled from the lungs after a normal expiration.

ex·pi·ra·to·ry re·serve vol·ume

(ERV) (eks-pī'ră-tōr-ē rē-zĕrv' vol'yūm)
The maximal volume of air (about 1000 mL) that can be expelled from the lungs after a normal expiration.
Synonym(s): reserve air, supplemental air.

ex·pi·ra·to·ry re·serve vol·ume

(ERV) (eks-pī'ră-tōr-ē rē-zĕrv' vol'yūm)
The maximal volume of air (about 1000 mL) that can be expelled from the lungs after a normal expiration.
Synonym(s): reserve air, supplemental air.
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