ⓘ Tachypnea

                                     

ⓘ Tachypnea

Tachypnea is abnormally rapid breathing.

In adults at rest or respiratory rate 12 to 20 breaths per minute is normal and tachypnea is defined as the rate more than 20 breaths per minute. Children have a significantly higher level of resting ventilation, which decrease rapidly during the first three years of life, and then constantly to 18 years. Tachypnea can be an early medical signs of pneumonia in children.

                                     
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  • be pathologic, as when sepsis is severe. Tachypnea is sometimes distinguished from hyperpnea when tachypnea is meant as rapid and shallow breaths, whereas
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  • predominantly the pulmonary tree the lungs It is characterized by tachypnea hypoxia, and retractions. There is no currently recognized treatment
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  • gain Labored breathing - physical presentation of respiratory distress Tachypnea - increased breathing rate Orthopnea - Breathlessness in lying down position
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