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Default Spirometery and oximetery in these clinical situations

Hi any body who could tell me the about the increase/decrease in above parameters (includes pao2,sao2, pCO2 end expiratory CO2) ( tidal volume, TLC,RV) when it comes to :

Pulmonary embolism
COPD
Restrictive diseases
Pneumothorax
Removal of a bronchopulmonary segment
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You can find this info in:
Respiratory chapter of First Aid
Respiratory chapter of BRS physiology
Respiratory chapter of Goljan
Any other physiology/pathophysiology review book
GOOGLE.
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