hyperpnea


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hyperpnea

[‚hī·pər′nē·ə]
(medicine)
Increase in depth and rate of respiration.
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(2017) provide an interesting glimpse into how RMT can influence performance in aquatic sports, even during a criterion task that does not require voluntary hyperpnea, but instead, requires a single-breath hold for the duration of the exercise task.
JS should be managed as early as possible before it results in serious complications such as decreased visual acuity due to pigmentary retinopathy, optic coloboma, retinal dystrophy, retinitis, nephropathy, renal cyst, elevated liver enzymes, hyperpnea, and apnea.
It is characterized by ataxia (lack of muscle control), an abnormal breathing pattern referred to as hyperpnea, sleep apnea, hypotonia, a characteristic facial appearance, microcephaly, and abnormal eye and tongue movements.
Additional respiratory efforts to encourage heat loss, complicates existing hyperpnea. It shows that during hot and humid weather poor ventilation results in generalized pulmonary infections.
Classically, salicylate toxicity is initially associated with a respiratory alkalosis, secondary to direct stimulation of the medulla, and subsequent tachypnea and hyperpnea as a response to metabolic acidosis.
Among its clinical findings are ataxia, abnormal eye movements, hyperpnea episodes, hypotonia, respiratory anomalies, mental retardation, and growth retardation [3-6].
Exercise hyperpnea is considered to be one of the major remaining challenges to understanding the integrated multi-system responses to exertion.
At the arrival at altitude, there is a rapid hyperventilation (hyperpnea), followed by a slight decrease, 20-30 minutes later (Easton et al., 1986; Whipp, 1994).
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