polypnea


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hyperpnea

 [hi″perp-ne´ah]
increase in depth of breathing, which may or may not be accompanied by an increase in the respiratory rate. Maximal hyperpnea occurs during strenuous exercise. See also hyperventilation. adj., adj hyperpne´ic.

tach·yp·ne·a

(tak-ip-nē'ă), In the diphthong pn, the p is silent only at the beginning of a word. Although tachypne'a is the correct pronunciation, the alternative pronunciation tachyp'nea is widespread in the U.S.
Rapid breathing.
Synonym(s): polypnea
[tachy- + G. pnoē (pnoiē), breathing]

polypnea

/pol·yp·nea/ (pol″ip-ne´ah) hyperpnea.

polypnea

(pŏl′ĭp-nē′ə)
n.
Very rapid breathing; panting.

pol′yp·ne′ic (-nē′ĭk) adj.

tach·y·pne·a

(tak'ip-nē'ă)
Rapid breathing (i.e., 20 breaths/min).
Synonym(s): polypnea, tachypnoea.
[tachy- + G. pnoē (pnoiē), breathing]

tach·y·pne·a

(tak'ip-nē'ă)
Rapid breathing.
[tachy- + G. pnoē (pnoiē), breathing]

polypnea (pol´ipnē´ə),

n a rapid or panting respiration.

polypnea

increased rate of respiration. See also hyperpnea.
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1), and the typical alternation of phases of polypnea and apnea was always observed.
Our results show that increased thermal load on moose calves is associated with heart rate acceleration correlated with polypnea, indicating stress of thermoregulation.
2], a moderately influenced general condition, without fever, mucocutaneous pallor, sweaty skin, pharyngeal hyperemia, cough and dyspnea with polypnea.