tachycardic

tach·y·car·dic

(tak'i-kar'dik),
Relating to rapid heart rate.

tachycardic

(tăk″ē-kăr′dĭk) [Gr. tachys, swift, + kardia, heart]
Pert. to or afflicted with tachycardia.
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She took his systolic blood pressure which was 220 mmHg, and he was tachycardic.
On hospital day 10, the patient had an acute worsening hypoxia and became tachycardic and febrile, requiring emergent intubation.
Lindsay said: "Priya was born three weeks early weighing 6lb 11oz and I ended up being changed from midwife care to consultant care as I was tachycardic and Priya's heartbeat slowed down so they put a monitor on her.
Furthermore, early clinical research in the use of beta-blockers, such as esmolol, for the management of septic patients remaining tachycardic after 24 hour resuscitation bundle suggests an overall beneficial effect by decreasing heart rate and other positive hemodynamic responses.
At the time of admission in ICU, he was sedated on mechanical ventilation, tachycardic with HR (146/min), and hypotensive with BP (90/60 mm Hg).
His blood pressure was 60/40 mmHg; he was tachycardic with discoloured conjunctives.
patient is tachycardic, febrile, with a high white blood cell count), and diagnostic labeling (selecting a label, e.
3) Ten hours postoperatively, the patient was found to be hypotensive and tachycardic with significant lower extremity swelling and a hematocrit of 19.
At baseline, most patients had a relatively normal SBP (median 110 mmHg) and DBP (median 70 mmHg), and were tachycardic (median HR 112 bpm) with a low Sp[O.
On physical examination her weight was 8 kg (<3rd percentile), height was 78 cm (10th percentile), she was tachypneic, tachycardic, and she had stridor, suprasternal retractions and coarse crackles over both hemithorax.