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J Korean Soc Laryngol Phoniatr Logop > Volume 13(2); 2002 > Article
Journal of The Korean Society of Laryngology, Phoniatrics and Logopedics 2002;13(2): 117-123.
성악가와 성악훈련을 받지 않은 일반인과 성대질환이 있는 환자에서 최대흡기압, 최대호기압, 최대발성지속시간에 관한 연구
남도현1, 안철민2, 최홍식1
1연세대학교 의과대학 영동세브란스병원 음성언어의학연구소2영세대학교 의과대학 영동세브란스병원 호흡기내과학교실, 호흡기센터
Maximal Inspiratory Pressure, Maximal Expiratory Pressure, and Maximum Phonation Time in Singers, Untrained Normal Person, and Patients with Vocal Cord Diseases
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ABSTRACT
MIP was significantly increased in singers, compared to the untrained group. MIP in patients showed decreasing tendency compared to the untrained group, but were significantly lower than that in singers. MEP in singers was higher than that in the untrained group. MPT increased significantly in singers, but diminished in patients compared to the untrained group. MIP, MEP, and MPT in male singers were 50.8%, 61.0%, and 28.7 % higher than those in female singers. MIP, MEP, and MPT in the untrained male were more increased 32.3%, 25.0%, and 28.7%, respectively than those in the untrained female. There was no correlation between MPT and MIP or MEP. Regression analysis of the data set showed that weight and vocal cord dysfunction was a positive predictor of MPT. Factors affecting MIP were male, singers and weight. Factors affecting MEP were male, singers, vocal cord dysfunction and weight.
KEY WORDS: Singers;Vocal cord diseases;Maximal inspiratory pressure;Maximal expiratory pressure;Maximum phonation time;
중심 단어: 성악가;성대질환;최대흡기압;최대호기압;최대발성지속시간;
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