Residual Lung Capacity

Term Category: Voice Science

Residual Lung Capacity (RLC) refers to the volume of air that remains in the lungs after a maximum exhalation. It represents the amount of air that cannot be voluntarily expelled and serves as a vital reserve for gas exchange. RLC allows the lungs to remain partially inflated, ensuring continuous oxygen supply to the body even during periods of expiration.

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