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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Late onset of subcutaneous emphysema and hypercarbia following laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
ECMO can reduce hypercarbia, improve oxygenation, and allow the injured lung to rest or recover.
Risk factors for hypoxemia were hypercarbia, use of bronchodilators, a body mass index greater than 35, and estimated blood loss of more than 250 millileters.
Hypercarbia and/or hypoxia due to airway obstruction will exacerbate dysrhythmias.
Muscle relaxants, not fully reversed, reduce tidal volume, causing hypercarbia and hypoxia (Davey & Ince 2004).
After the convulsion, as a result of maternal hypoxia and hypercarbia, the FHR tracing can show tachycardia, reduced beat-to-beat variability, and transient recurrent decelerations.
hypercarbia, temporal lobe seizures) are equally impoverished as explanations of NDEs because they do not explain some central feature of a paradigmatic NDE, describe experiences that do not adequately resemble NDEs, or lead us to expect the very opposite of what the NDE data document.
1,2) It is characterized by alveolar hypoventilation and decreased sensitivity to hypercarbia and hypoxemia, particularly during sleep in the absence of neuromuscular or lung disease, or an identifiable brain stem lesion.
In the newborn, the latter is most often caused by hypoxemia, hypercarbia, and hyperosmolar conditions (21,22).
Rapid treatment of hypoxia, hypercarbia, and hypotension;
Subcutaneous carbon dioxide insufflation does not cause hypercarbia during endoscopic thyroidectomy.
Prompt resuscitation at birth minimizes hypoxemia and hypercarbia, which can alter cerebral autoregulation during the initiation of an intraventricular or periventricular bleed (Blackburn, 1998; Bassan et al.
Of 56 children, 57% had abnormal results as defined by abnormal OI, hypercarbia, and/or hypoxemia evidence of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS).
Of the 56 children, 57% had abnormal results as defined by abnormal OI, hypercarbia, and/or hypoxemia--evidence of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS).