hypercarbia


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Synonyms for hypercarbia

the physical condition of having the presence of an abnormally high level of carbon dioxide in the circulating blood

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2] support was given, when nocturnal hypercarbia did not accompany and [O.
Subjects did not need to be treated for autonomic dysreflexia, hyperthermia, hypoxia, hypercarbia, and/or hypotension during the study period.
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With abnormal gas exchange resulting in hypoxia and hypercarbia, the consequences can potentially be quite severe.
Hypercarbia ensues as the work of breathing continues to increase.
avoid hypercarbia, hypoxia, hypotension and acidosis).
Complications which developed during or after bronchoscopy including desaturation (SpO2<95% for more than 60 s), bradycardia (heart rate<60/min), tachycardia (heart rate>160/min), bronchospasm (acutely developed desaturation accompanied by wheezing), laryngospasm, hypercarbia (ETCO2 >45 mmHg) and others were recorded.
Arterial blood gases performed with a fraction of inspired oxygen of 28% revealed hypoxia and hypercarbia with a pH of 7.
In addition, the patient began to develop mild-moderate problems, with gas exchange characterized by mild hypoxemia and moderate hypercarbia.
Progressive hypercarbia, hypoxemia unresponsive to oxygen administration, and recurrent apnea are potential indications for intubation and mechanical ventilation.
Patients with acute or severe bronchial asthma or hypercarbia
Hypercarbia causes sympathetic stimulation, leading to increased heart rate and blood pressure.
Secondary cerebral injury most frequently results from cerebral edema and systemic insults such as hypoxia, hypercarbia, hypotension, impaired oxygen delivery; and acidosis.
Respiratory function steadily improved from admission to extubation--the initial severe hypoxia, hypercarbia with mixed acidosis (pH 6.