A Maximum breathing capacity (MBC) is Maximal volume of air that can be breathed per minute by a subject breathing as quickly and as deeply as possible. This tiring lung function test is usually limited to 12-20 sec, but given in liters (BTPS)/min. Synonymous with maximum voluntary ventilation (MVV).

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