bradypnea


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bra·dyp·ne·a

n. bradipnea, movimientos respiratorios lentos.
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bradypnea, apnea, altered consciousness, or miosis) in a person identified through EMS or ED records, from 3 p.
5 % showed decreased respirations or bradypnea (< 14 breaths per minute).
Initially sensors are mounted on patient's rib cage and abdomen and this sensors detects various types of breath disorders such as Bradypnea, Tachypnea, Kussmaul, Cheyn-stokes, Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA), Biot's breathing, Sighing and Apneustic.
Late presentations include chest pain, palpitations, dyspnea, and bradypnea.
of Survived Expired Patients Afebrile 11 8 3 Temperature Hypothermic 1 0 1 on admission >100[degrees] F 26 24 2 >104[degrees] F 12 10 2 Heart Rate Normal 15 14 1 on admission Bradycardia 5 3 2 Tachycardia 30 25 5 Respiratory Normal 37 33 4 rate Bradypnea 4 2 2 on admission Tachypnea 9 7 2 Normal 44 38 6 Systolic BP Low 3 1 2 High 3 3 -- 3 7 1 6 GCS 3-8 17 15 2 >8 26 26 -- Pupillary Reacting 39 36 3 reflex Nonreacting 11 6 5 Tone Normal 41 39 2 Hypertonia 4 1 3 Hypotonia 5 2 3 Fundus Normal 47 40 7 Papilledema 3 2 1 Variables Chi-sq P Value Result value Afebrile Temperature Hypothermic 7.
2007) Continuous oximetry/capnometry monitoring reveals frequent desaturation and bradypnea during patient-controlled analgesia.
Abstract: A 37-year-old, female Chilean flamingo (Phoenicopterus chilensis) presented with severe facial angioedema, bilateral corneal and palpebral edema, nictitating membrane paralysis, bradycardia, bradypnea, hypothermia, and numerous stingers and remnants of eastern yellow jacket wasps (Vespula maculifrons) attached to the feathers of the head, palpebrae, and conjunctiva.
Symptoms of opioid overdose often occur in the classic triad of drowsiness or decreased level of consciousness, bradypnea, and pinpoint pupils (Fehne, 2013).