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Journal of The Korean Society of Laryngology, Phoniatrics and Logopedics 2003;14(2): 88-93.
호흡훈련보조기구를 이용한 호흡훈련 전 후의 폐기능 호흡근력과 최대발성지속시간의 변화
남도현1, 최홍식1, 안철민2
1연세대학교 의과대학 영동세브란스병원 음성언어의학연구소2연세대학교 의과대학 영동세브란스병원 호흡기내과학교실 호흡기센터
Pulmonary Functionn and the Maximal Inspiratory and Expiratory Pressure, and Maximum Phonation Time Before and After the Specially Programmed Training
Whether respiratory muscle training is of benefit to the singing students is controversial. The purpose of the study is to investigate pulmonary function and the maximal inspiratory(MIP) and expiratory pressure(MET), and maximum phonation time in five female singing students before and after the specially programmed respiratory muscle training during 2 months. All singing students had average 4.8 years of formal classical voice training. Respiratory muscle training machine (Ultrabreath) was used to train respiratory muscle. Pulmonary function test data on simple pulmonary function, flow volume curve, static lung volumes are obtained from Vmax 6200. The MIP and MEP were measured using Spirovis, and the MPT were measured using hand-held stopwatch. Any pulmonary function test variables are not changed after respiratory muscle training. However, MIP and MEP were significantly increased between before and after respiratory muscle training. MPT increased significantly after training, compared to the pre-trained. MIP, MEP, and MPT after training in female singing students were 26%, 25% and 33% higher than those before training. The result indicated that the specially programmed respiratory muscle training is beneficial to improve respiratory muscle strength and vocal function without an increment in pulmonary function.
KEY WORDS: Singers;Maximal inspiratory pressure;Maximal expiratory pressure;Maximum phonation time;Respiratory muscle training;
중심 단어: 성악가;최대흡기압;최대호기압;최대발성지속 시간;호흡근력훈련;
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