overinflation

overinflation

(ˌəʊvərɪnˈfleɪʃən)
n
inflation to an excessive degree
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[26,27] To avoid complications of overinflation, CP needs to be monitored using objective measures and documented regularly and routinely.
The main reasons of this injury are the selection of the inappropriate tube size, overinflation of the cuff and instantaneous movements of the tube.9 The direct injury caused by the tube occurs after multiple orotracheal intubation interventions in the emergencies.10
The patients with radiological lesion (Chest x-ray) suggestive of collapse with direct signs like displacement of interlobar fissures, crowding of vessels and bronchi and indirect signs like local increase in opacity, elevation of hemidiaphragm, displacement of mediastinum, compensatory overinflation, displacement of the hila, approximation of ribs, absence of air bronchogram (In cases of resorption collapse only), absence of visibility of interlobar artery (In cases of lower lobe atelectasis only) are included in the study.
The result of this mixed bag of controversial approaches to the data, driven by academic pressures and collectively described as "p-hacking" (2), has been detrimental to both basic and applied science, as it leads to an overinflation of false-positive--and, hence, nonreplicable --findings.
Under this umbrella, the most commonly described congenital chest lesions are congenital pulmonary airway malformations (CPAM), bronchopulmonary sequestrations (BPS), bronchogenic cysts, and congenital lobar overinflation (CLO).
(41) But Kuyper, unlike today's populists in the United States and in Europe, offered a conceptual framework for thinking about and prescribing for this overinflation of central government authority.
Forty-five and above means you are wandering into the realm of overinflation and its associated disadvantages: the ride quality becomes harsher and jarring, uneven tyre wear focused along the centre of the tread pattern and the risk of a blowout, especially on impact with road imperfections.
The prosthesis has a one-way valve, which may compound the airway problem and can potentially lead to pulmonary collapse or overinflation.
Victims of suffocation had ductal overinflation and interstitial edema.
Secondly, the rates of PPC like suspected pneumonia (patient receives antibiotics and meets at least one of the following criteria: new or changed sputum, new or changed lung opacities on chest X-ray when clinically indicated, tympanic temperature >38.3[degrees]C, and white blood cell (WBC) count >12 * [10.sup.9]/L in the absence of other infectious focus) and atelectasis (opacification of the lung with shift of the mediastinum, hemidiaphragm toward the affected area, and compensatory overinflation in the adjacent nonatelectatic lung) [5] were also documented.
In CLE, lobar overinflation is commonly seen, with accompanying damage to the septa that eventually leads to compression atelectasis of the contiguous lung parenchyma, which can result in a shifting of the mediastinal structures, with subsequent ventilation-perfusion inequality [2, 3].