tachycardic

tach·y·car·dic

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

(tăk″ē-kăr′dĭk) [Gr. tachys, swift, + kardia, heart]
Pert. to or afflicted with tachycardia.
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An electrocardiogram test to check the heart's rhythm showed she was tachycardic -- meaning her heart was beating faster than normal while at rest - and then a tilt table test led to an official diagnosis of PoTS.
The patient was tachycardic (heart rate, 108 beats/min), hypertensive (blood pressure, 189/95 mm Hg), and had rapid shallow breathing (respiratory rate, 38 breaths/min).
On the ninth day of illness, he became tachycardic (102 beats/min) and tachypneic (30 breaths/min), his blood pressure decreased to 95/60 mmHg, and he developed chest crepitations bilaterally.
C is febrile (39.4[degrees]C; 102.9[degrees]F), tachycardic (160 beats per minute; reference range 60 to 100), and tachypneic (24 breaths per minute; reference range 12 to 20).
The patient was seen to be slightly tachypneic in the respiratory system examination, and his heart was detected to be rhythmical and tachycardic in the cardiovascular system examination.
He was tachycardic (110 beats per minute), oriented (in person, time, and place), and with dry oral mucosa.
Physical examination revealed that she was tachycardic (110 bpm), dehydrated, experienced tremor of the hands, and had a normal blood pressure of 112/66 mmHg.
The foetal heart rate had decreased to 66 beats per minute, and she was now hypotensive and tachycardic. She was taken to the operating room for an emergency Caesarean section for foetal distress and had a generalised seizure en route.
On admission, she was febrile with a temperature of 39[degrees]C and tachycardic with a heart rate of 111 beats per minute.
Post EUA and tamponade, blood transfusion was commenced but patient persistently complained of severe pain in sacral area despite opioid infusion and became tachycardic (pulse 130 to 140b/m), so on suspicion of degenerating fibroid and need of tertiary care and imaging patient was shifted to tertiary care centre.
On examination, he was febrile (100 F), tachycardic (120 b/min), and hypotensive (80/40 mmHg), and hence, managed with ultrasonography-guided fluid resuscitation.
When EMS arrived, he was unresponsive, hypertensive (170/ 90 mmHg), and tachycardic (140 beats per minute, sinus rhythm).