Definition of the adjective dyspneic
What does dyspneic mean as an attribute of a noun?
- not breathing or able to breathe except with difficulty
Alternative definition of the adjective dyspneic
- Afflicted with dyspnea; possessing unhealthy breathing.
- antonym: eupneic
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The Comprehensive Resource on Geriatric Health and Social Care, Third Edition by Elizabeth A. Capezuti PhD, RN, FAAN, Michael L. Malone MD, Paul R. Katz MD, Mathy Mezey DSc, EdD, MED, BSN
Additionally, dyspneic persons often complain of a sense of excessive work of breathing. This may be caused by weakness of respiratory muscles, such as a flat and weak diaphragm from COPD and air trapping, or increased resistance to ...
by Lindsay Allen, Andrew Prentice
The patient dies intensely dyspneic but usually fully conscious. horizontal), ataxic gait, and an abnormal mental state that can range from mild delirium to global confusion. Liver disease and tachycardia occur in more than 50% of cases.
Midline Medical Dictionary (2002)
by P. S. Rawat
Warre, Esqs== Dyspneic. Affected with dyspnoea , dyspnoeic. Warre', 'RRER: # threat 'Til Dyspnoea. See Dyspnea. Dyspnoeic. See Dyspneic. Dyspragia. Difficult and painful functioning in any organ; dyspraxia.
by Casey Albert Wood
Mydriasis, Dyspneic. Mydriasis which occurs in dyspnea as a result, perhaps, of irritation of the sympathetic. Mydriasis, Jumping. See Mydriasis, Spasmodic. Mydriasis medicamentosa. (L.) Dilation of the pupil due to drugs. Mydriasis, Psychic.
Pocket Medical Dictionary (1999)
by B. Jain Publishers Staff
Dyspneic, disp-ne'-ik. Affected with dyspnea.
by Rita Singh
breathlessness and then became dyspneic. asphyxial convulsions and paralysis of the hind limbs following. The death occurs owing to respiratory failure, the heart continuing to beat for sometime after ...
dyspneal, dyspneic, adj. dyspraxia /disprak'sé~o/ [Gk, dys + prassein, to do], a partial loss of the ability to perform skilled, coordinated movements in the absence of any associated defect in motor or sensory functions. dysprosium (Dy) ...
Including All the Words and Phrases Generally Used in Medicine, with Their Proper Pronunciation and Definitions; Based on Recent Medical Literature by George Milbry Gould
Dyspneic (disp-ne'ii) [ Ate, ...
by Lindsay H Allen, Andrew Prentice
The patient dies intensely dyspneic but usually fully conscious.
by Xuhua Chen
a dyspneic condition 2. (obscene) insulting terms of address ...
by Donald Venes, MD
Dyspneic patients breathe rapidly, often laboring to draw breath even when at rest. Retractions of the intercostal and supraclavicular spaces are visible during inspiration. Sleep apnea is characterized by episodes of stalled breathing followed ...
The Encyclopaedia of Sports Medicine: An IOC Medical Commission Publication, The Olympic Textbook of Medicine in Sport (2009)
by Martin P. Schwellnus
Dyspneic sensations are commonly cited as factors limiting exercise during exercise. It has been hypothesized that RM training may decrease perception of respiratory exertion and contribute to the observed increase in constant load exercise ...
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Scrabble value of D2Y4S1P3N1E1I1C3
The value of this 8-letter word is 16 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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