tachypnea


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tach·yp·ne·a

 (tăk′ĭp-nē′ə, tăk′ĭ-nē′ə)
n.
Rapid breathing.

[New Latin : tachy- + Greek pnoiē, breathing (from pnein, to breathe; see pneu- in Indo-European roots).]

tach′yp·ne′ic adj.

tachypnea, tachypnoea

abnormally rapid breathing or respiration.
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Translations

tach·y·pne·a

n. taquipnea, respiración rápida excesiva.
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A physical examination revealed tachypnea and decreased breathing sounds and a mass in the lower left of the abdomen.
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Typical signs of acute cyanide poisoning include tachypnea, headaches, vertigo, lack of motor coordination, weak pulse, cardiac arrhythmias, vomiting, stupor, convulsions, and coma (Ballantyne, 1983; Johnson & Mellors, 1988; Way, 1984).
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