hyperinflated

hyperinflated

(ˌhaɪpərɪnˈfleɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Economics) economics relating to currency inflation that has gone out of control
2. (Medicine) med (of lungs, etc) excessively inflated or enlarged
3. (of expectations, etc) unreasonably high
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CPS helps hospital pharmacists tackle complex problems such as hyperinflated drug costs, medication reconciliation, specialty pharmacy, operational effectiveness and staffing efficiencies, centralized distribution, ambulatory/retail pharmacies, compliance, 340B programs and much more, to increased quality, reduced admissions and lower costs.
X-rays often show hyperinflated lungs, a flattened diaphragm, and signs suggesting inflammation of the airways.
Zimbabwe is already reeling under a major economic crisis in a decade and the hyperinflated Zimbabwe dollar collapsed in 2008.
FairFX chief Ian Strafford-Taylor said: "This is nothing but a hyperinflated rip-off, duping holidaymakers into paying unnecessary fees and accepting unfavourable exchange rates.
(12) It is not uncommon to hear about hyperinflated bills and exaggerated costs associated with a procedure, hospital, personnel or device used.
The other aetiologies that are proposed to postoperative HNP are forceful laryngoscopy (7), hyperextension of the head, external cricoid pressure, short neck (8), oropharyngeal surgical packs (9), hyperinflated LMA or endotracheal tube (ETT) cuff (10) and diffusion of [N.sub.2]O into cuffs (11).
(13) The obstructed region becomes hyperinflated from collateral drift through check-valve mechanism at the level of the bronchus, with a greater amount of air entering on inspiration than exiting on expiration.
The study was a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, single-centre, two period cross-over study that compared the effects of 14-day Ultibro Breezhaler therapy with placebo on cardiac and lung function in hyperinflated COPD patients.
The lungs of patients with COPD can be hyperinflated both at rest (static hyperinflation) and/or during exercise (dynamic hyperinflation).
Neves " In a world of hyperinflated transfer fees, Neves looks a snip at PS15 million.
Kim has annoyed me with everything from moaning about her bum being photoshopped to 'look worse', to trying to pull off the elegance of Jackie Onassis in her latest magazine cover shoot; Kylie annoys me with all those selfies she posts of her hyperinflated lips or bikini-clad bottom; and I could really do without seeing yet another photo of Kourtney Kardashian on holiday.