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Bedside ultrasound techniques have the unique ability to produce instantaneous, dynamic images, and have demonstrated widespread utility in both emergency and critical care settings. The aim of this article is to introduce a novel application of this imaging modality by utilizing an ultrasound based mathematical model to assess respiratory function. With validation, the proposed models have the potential to predict pulmonary function in patients who cannot adequately participate in standarddoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0229972 pmid:32163474 fatcat:e72dbducl5cztklulpc6tlnsdy