hyperpnoea


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hy·per·pne·a

(hī'pĕrp-nē'ă)
Breathing that is deeper and more rapid than is normal at rest.
Synonym(s): hyperpnoea.
[hyper- + G. pnoē, breathing]

hyperpnoea

Abnormally rapid and deep breathing.

hyperpnoea

an increased ventilation of the lungs.

hyperpnoea

ventilation of the lungs at greater than normal resting rate, whether or not appropriate to meet the demand for increased oxygen consumption. To be distinguished from (although it includes) hyperventilation, which is defined as an increase in ventilation that reduces the carbon dioxide tension (P CO2 ) in the blood.

hy·per·pne·a

(hī'pĕrp-nē'ă)
Breathing that is deeper and more rapid than normal.
Synonym(s): hyperpnoea.
[hyper- + G. pnoē, breathing]

hyperpnoea

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2014) Prevalence of bronchoconstriction induced by eucapnic voluntary hyperpnoea in recreationally active individuals.
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2009) Effects of different respiratory muscle training regimes on fatigue-related variables during volitional hyperpnoea.