hypercapnia

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hypercapnia

[‚hī·pər′kap·nē·ə]
(medicine)
Excessive amount of carbon dioxide in the blood.
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It included all comatose COPD patients with hypercapnic respiratory failure who had a poor functional status prior to the illness and who did not meet the criteria to be kept on mechanical ventilator.
Is a pulmonary rehabilitation program efective in COPD patients with chronic hypercapnic failure?
In that species, hypercapnic juveniles grow more slowly in body size, and though their cuttlebones are denser, they grow the same deterministic number of laminae within the shell structure (Sigwart et al.
Var of patient having hypercapnic respiratory failure
Nocturnal non-invasive nasal ventilation in stable hypercapnic COPD: A randomised controlled trial.
Here, the volume of oxygen to be delivered per minute can be set, thus the per dose volume decreases as the respiratory rate rises, proving particularly useful in chronic hypercapnic respiratory failure where the intention is to keep the saturation at suboptimal level to maintain the patient's respiratory drive.
This article will describe the hypercapnic and associated studies used to study and quantify central and peripheral chemoreceptor control of ventilation or respiratory drive.
31) Furthermore, 90 minutes of hypercapnic acidosis did not potentiate HPV or even weakened HPV transiently in the anesthetized pig, and hypercapnic acidosis did not change HPV during 120 minutes in the isolated perfused rabbit lung.
Non Invasive Ventilation (NIV) was used in patients with persistent hypercapnic ventilatory failure but patients requiring prolonged invasive mechanical ventilation were excluded.
Chudinov VF, Poddubnyi DV, Bespalov AG, Boyko EA, Klotz AP (2011) Hypercapnic and hypoxic training on the Karbonika respiratory simulator as a means to improve the overall and special performance capability of basketball players.
Influence of egg warming during storage and hypercapnic incubation on egg characteristics embryonic development hatchability and chick quality.
Sleep hypoventilation in hypercapnic chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: prevalence and associated factors.