bradypnea


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bra·dyp·ne·a

n. bradipnea, movimientos respiratorios lentos.
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There were six severe adverse events in the INS group versus two in the IVM group, including more hypoxemia (three in the INS group versus one in the IVM group) and bradypnea (two and zero, respectively).
As can be seen in Table 1, the unbelted group had higher proportions of patients with bradycardia and tachycardia (p = 0.002), bradypnea and tachypnea (p = 0.037), and hypothermia and fever (p = 0.001) than the belted group did.
Frost and Weise recognized symptoms such as seizure, coma, tachycardia, bradycardia, dizziness, hypotension, cyanosis, coldness of the external body environment, tachypnea, bradypnea, restlessness, and urinary retention as the patients' risky clinical signs and symptoms [8].
A probable case of opioid overdose was defined as 1) clinical suspicion of opioid exposure (documented by patient mention of drug use, observed drug paraphernalia, naloxone administration, or ED diagnosis of drug poisoning or drug use) and 2) one or more clinical signs of central nervous system depression (e.g., bradypnea, apnea, altered consciousness, or miosis) in a person identified through EMS or ED records, from 3 p.m.
90.5 % of the farmers presented normal respiratory rate within the range of 14 to 20 breaths per minute while 7% have increased the respiratory rate or tachypnea (> 20 breaths per minute), and 2.5 % 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.
Pulse oximetry (Sp[O.sub.2]) allows for a continuous, noninvasive monitoring of oxygenation; however, supplemental oxygen may delay the diagnosis of hypoventilation caused by bradypnea or respiratory deterioration [1, 2].
As summarized in Table 1, the most common symptoms of naphazoline overdose include consciousness disturbances, bradycardia, bradypnea, transitory arterial hypertension, miosis, and diaphoresis [1-11].
Late presentations include chest pain, palpitations, dyspnea, and bradypnea. Mainly causes hypokalemia with normal anion gap, metabolic acidosis, leukocytosis, raised liver enzymes and creatinine kinase, and coagulopathy.
(2007) Continuous oximetry/capnometry monitoring reveals frequent desaturation and bradypnea during patient-controlled analgesia.