In individuals with interstitial lung disease or reduction on the compliance of lung and/or chest wall, there is a decrease in pulmonary volumes and an increase in dead space, so the ventilatory strategy during exercise becomes less efficient, i.e., the increase in ventilation occurs predominantly due to the increase in respiratory rate (tachypneic
Physical examination at admission showed the patient was in moderate distress, diaphoretic, agitated, tachycardic, and tachypneic
. The patient was started on antibiotic therapy with vancomycin, levofloxacin, and piperacillin/tazobactam for sepsis of unknown origin and given fluid resuscitation.
On presentation, the patient was febrile (39.2[degrees]C), tachycardic (140 beats/min), and tachypneic
(20 breaths/min) with a blood pressure of 131/88 mmHg.
In the Emergency Department, she was tachycardic and tachypneic
On clinical examination, he was pale, bradycardic (35 beats per minute), hypotensive (blood pressure: 60/40 mmHg), and tachypneic
(26 breaths per minute).
On initial presentation, the dog was tachypneic
and laterally recumbent with a body condition score of 5/9.
Patients may be tachypneic
, but due to weakened diaphragm and intercostal muscles the patient may be seriously underventilated.
After extubation on POD 2, she became tachypneic
and oliguric, showing signs of heart failure.
Six of them had tachycardia and all were tachypneic
, with average pulse rate of 119 [+ or -]25.83 bit/minute and average respiratory rate of 36[+ or -] 8.25 breath/minute.
Upon admission, the patient was alert, tachypneic
, and being with diffuse abdominal pain with no sign of peritoneal irritation.
He was afebrile, not tachypneic
, and well appearing with marked right thigh swelling and tenderness to his medial thigh.
On presentation to the emergency department, he was febrile, hypotensive, tachycardic, and tachypneic
. His initial white blood cell count was 0.1 with an absolute neutrophil count of zero.