ⓘ Bradypnea

                                     

ⓘ Bradypnea

  • Age 0–1 year <, 30 breaths per minute.
  • Age 1–3 years <, 25 breaths per minute.
  • Age 12–50 years <, 12 breaths per minute.
  • Age 3–12 years <, 20 breaths per minute.
  • Age 50 and up <, 13 breaths per minute.
                                     
  • individual articles. Eupnea - normal breathing Apnea - absence of breathing Bradypnea - decreased breathing rate Dyspnea or shortness of breath - sensation
  • dyspnea. List of terms of lung size and activity Respiratory rate Tachypnea Bradypnea Apnea Lippincott Williams Wilkins 2006 Stedman s Medical Dictionary
  • regulation of breathing and gas exchange central sleep apnea, hypopnea, bradypnea Nervous system: pupillary defect, exaggerated hippus, dizziness or lightheadedness
  • suicidal ideation Pulmonary apnea and hypopnea cough R05 dyspnea R06.0 bradypnea R06.0 and tachypnea R06.0 orthopnea and platypnea trepopnea hemoptysis
  • of early warning systems. Apnea Dyspnea Hyperpnea Tachypnea Hypopnea Bradypnea Orthopnea Platypnea Biot s respiration Cheyne - Stokes respiration Kussmaul
  • 786.06 Tachypnea 786.07 Wheezing 786.09 Other respiratory abnormalities Bradypnea 786.1 Stridor 786.2 Cough 786.3 Hemoptysis 786.4 Abnormal sputum 786.5
  • regardless of MOR activation. Fatal opioid overdose typically occurs due to bradypnea hypoxemia, and decreased cardiac output hypotension occurs due to vasodilation