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20) Initial bradycardia, bradypnea, and recumbency were likely related to effects of envenomation on vascular endothelium, peripheral nerve endings, and myoneural junctions, (21) as opposed to an allergic or anaphylactic reactions, which generally demonstrate tachycardia.
Respiratory depression is the feared complication; importantly, bradypnea and desaturation in those already on oxygen are late signs.
Since there was a reduction in Vm without occurrence of bradypnea in animals treated with atracurium, mainly in G30, a decrease in respiratory amplitude occurred, with consequent hypercapnia and decrease in pH.
Cushing's triad, which comprises systolic hypertension, bradycardia, and bradypnea, is a late response attributed to pressure on the medullary centers of the brain (Hickey, 2003).
The majority concluded that "it is bradypnea or apnea, not anencephaly, that is the emergency medical condition that brings Baby K to the Hospital for treatment.
4-mg dose of IV naloxone was administered, and on arrival at the ED, her physical exam was notable for lethargy and bradypnea (8 breaths/ minute), and blood oxygen saturation of 98% on 2 L of oxygen via nasal cannula.
Some temperature precision research has examined tachypnea, but no studies have evaluated the effects of bradypnea, which is important considering its presence among opioid-sedated postoperative patients (Maheswaran, 2006).