Risk factors for hypercarbia
, subcutaneous emphysema, pneumothorax, and pneumomediastinum during laparoscopy Obstet Gynecol.
In a randomized control study conducted in rats selected to receive permissive hypercarbia
after a transient global cerebral ischemic injury, mild-to-moderate hypercapnia (PaC[O.
Serial arterial blood gases following extubations confirmed hypercarbia
with PCO2 up to 133 mmHg and pH of 6.
Subjects did not need to be treated for autonomic dysreflexia, hyperthermia, hypoxia, hypercarbia
, and/or hypotension during the study period.
, low total lung capacity, and DLCO were all related to obesity, hypoventilation, and sleep disorders, she noted.
The evolution of ACS should be suspected in any patient with progressive hypoxemia, hypercarbia
requiring high peak inspiratory pressures (PIP), oliguria, and a tense abdomen.
1999 Seasonal changes in the cardiorespiratory responses to hypercarbia
and temperature in the bullfrog, Rana catesbeiana Comp.
Its main features include an increase in body temperature caused by generalized skeletal muscle contracture, hypercarbia
, rhabdomyolysis, cardiac dysrhythmia, and renal failure.
Hypoventilation -- A persistent shallow breathing that generally results in hypoxia (decreased oxygen) and hypercarbia
(increased carbon dioxide).
Risk factors for IVH include low birth weight (LBW), gestational age (GA), prematurity, lack of antenatal steroids, asphyxia, prolonged labour, respiratory distress syndrome, recurrent tracheal suctioning, hypoxia, hypercarbia
, acidosis, patent ductus arteriosus (PDA), rapid infusion of sodium bicarbonate and interhospital transfer.
2] embolism, hypercarbia
, respiratory acidosis, subcutaneous emphysema, pneumothorax or pneumomediastinum was observed in our study.