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.

hy·per·pne·a

(hī'pĕrp-nē'ă)
Breathing that is deeper and more rapid than normal.
Synonym(s): hyperpnoea.
[hyper- + G. pnoē, breathing]
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(2014) Prevalence of bronchoconstriction induced by eucapnic voluntary hyperpnoea in recreationally active individuals.
(2015) Diagnosing exercise-induced bronchoconstriction with eucapnic voluntary hyperpnoea: is one test enough?
Some of the transient post operative complications observed in this study, like, pyrexia, orthopnoea and hyperpnoea were all successfully treated with fluid and antibiotic therapy.
(2009) Effects of different respiratory muscle training regimes on fatigue-related variables during volitional hyperpnoea. Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology 169, 282-290.
Systemic causes of HVS include metabolic acidosis, drug intoxication, hyperpnoea, cirrhosis or organic central nervous system disorders.
Respiratory abnormality (hyperpnoea, jerky and irregular respiration) was noticed in 25.5 per cent cases.
The MSRT was terminated when the subject displayed signs of exhaustion (hyperpnoea, unsteady gait, facial flushing, sweating) and stopped running voluntarily or could not keep up with the running pace despite verbal encouragement.
A maximal effort was defined by one or more of the following: facial flushing, sweating, hyperpnoea and/or unsteady gait; HR levelling off at >195 bpm; R [greater than or equal to] 1.00; subjective decision by the observer that the participant could not continue (Armstrong and Fawkner, 2007).