tachycardic

tach·y·car·dic

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

tachycardic

(tăk″ē-kăr′dĭk) [Gr. tachys, swift, + kardia, heart]
Pert. to or afflicted with tachycardia.
References in classic literature ?
Before another month was by, all the working members of his family had union cards, and wore their union buttons conspicuously and with pride.
She became tachycardic, and her oxygen requirement increased to 15 L/min via a non-re-breather mask.
Two hours and 30 minutes postoperatively, the patient was noted to be tachycardic and tremulous.
She was hypotensive (blood pressure 80/45) and tachycardic (pulse of 110 bpm) with a haemoglobin of 6.
On admission, the patient was afebrile, hypotensive, tachycardic, cyanotic with generalized skeletal muscle pain, and with paresis of all extremities and hyporeflexia.
The patient was hypotensive, tachycardic, hypovolemic, and possibly still bleeding.
He was tachycardic on arrival, but his vital signs were otherwise stable.
On physical examination, the patient was tachypneic (66 breaths/min), tachycardic (170 beats/min) and her oxygen saturation was 100% at room air.
The patient was tachycardic with a rate of 114 bpm and initial labs showed thrombocytopenia (platelets 56 x 103/uL [140-440 x 103/uL]), hypoglycemia (15mg/dl [70-105mg/dl]), an elevated creatinine (2.
Her symptoms improved only minimally, and she remained delirious and tachycardic for >72 hours.
However, the patient remained unresponsive and became progressively more tachycardic and hypertensive.