hyperpnea


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Antonyms for hyperpnea

energetic (deep and rapid) respiration that occurs normally after exercise or abnormally with fever or various disorders

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(2012) Inspiratory muscle training lowers the oxygen cost of voluntary hyperpnea. Journal of Applied Physiology 112, 127-134.
There is no data available regarding the degree of hyperpnea seen in salicylate overdose.
Andermann, "Familial agenesis of the cerebellar vermis: a syndrome of episodic hyperpnea, abnormal eye movements, ataxia, and retardation," Neurology, vol.
Respiratory apnea followed the hyperpnea and lasted approximately 2 min when the animal was returned to the respirator.
Common features include ataxia, hypotonia, episodic hyperpnea, newborn apnea, developmental delay, oculomotor apraxia, nystagmus, dysmorphic facies and polydactyly.
Wheatley, "Breathing route dependence of upper airway muscle activity during hyperpnea," Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.
Conduct serial lung function measurements after a specific exercise or hyperpnea challenge.
Instead, diagnosis should be made based on changes in lung function provoked by exercise, using serial lung function measurements after a specific exercise or a hyperpnea challenge.
Smaller lungs in women affect exercise hyperpnea.J Appl Physiol., 84: 1872-1881.
It is well established that exercise hyperpnea is under stronger influence of [P.sub.a]C[O.sub.2] and p[H.sub.a] (rather than [P.sub.a][O.sub.2]) [170].
Isocapnic hyperpnea training improves performance in competitive male runners.
Increased cerebral levels of 5-HT produced a series of symptoms including tremors, pupillary dilation, salivation, hyperpnea and tachycardia (Udenfriend et at.
Oxygen cost of exercise hyperpnea: implications for performance.
This condition is related to recurring attacks of apnea, hypopnea and hyperpnea, sleep disruptions, arousals, intermittent hypoxemia, hypocapnia, and hypercapnia, and intrathoracic pressure changes.