normocapnia

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nor·mo·cap·ni·a

(nōr'mō-kap'nē-ă), Avoid the misspelling normocapnea.
A state in which the arterial carbon dioxide pressure is normal, about 40 mmHg.
See also: eucapnia.
[normo- + G. kapnos, vapor]

nor·mo·cap·ni·a

(nōr'mō-kap'nē-ă)
A state in which the arterial carbon dioxide pressure is normal, about 40 mmHg.
[normo- + G. kapnos, vapor]

normocapnia

normal arterial carbon dioxide levels; P CO2 = 40mmHg

normocapnia

normal level of carbon dioxide in the blood.
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Fourth, there is heterogeneity in the method of IMT examined in previous reviews: normocapnic hyperpnea, threshold loading, and resistive loading.
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