eucapnia

eu·cap·ni·a

(yū-kap'nē-ă), Avoid the misspelling eucapnea.
A state in which the arterial carbon dioxide pressure is optimal.
See also: normocapnia.
[eu- + G. kapnos, vapor]

eucapnia

/eu·cap·nia/ (u-kap´ne-ah) normal carbon dioxide tension of the blood.

eu·cap·ni·a

(yū-kap'nē-ă)
A state in which the arterial carbon dioxide pressure is optimal.
[eu- + G. kapnos, vapor]

eucapnia

(ū-kăp′nē-ă) [″ + kapnos, smoke]
The presence of normal amounts of carbon dioxide in the blood.
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2] (and hypoxic) chemosensitivity above eucapnia will tend to lower the prevailing PC[O.
In order to maintain eucapnia in the face of mass loading and abnormal chest wall mechanics, increased respiratory drive occurs (30).
In humans, leptin levels are increased in obesity, and therefore may be contributing to the augmented drive needed to maintain eucapnia in the face of mass loading (39).