Hypopnea

Hypopnea (mostly spelled hypopnœa) is a medical term for a disorder which involves episodes of overly shallow breathing or an abnormally low respiratory rate. Hypopnea is less severe than apnea (which is the complete cessation of breathing). It may likewise result in a decreased amount of air movement into the lungs and can cause oxygen levels in...
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hypopnea

(hi-pop´ne-ә) abnormal decrease in depth and rate of respiration; see also bradypnea and hypoventilation. adj., hypopne´ic., adj.
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hypopnea

noun slow or shallow breathing
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hypopnea

Breathing that is shallower, and/or slower, than normal. ... Synonym: oligopnea. ... Origin: hypo-+ G. Pnoe, breathing ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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hypopnea

hypopnea Breathing that is shallower, and/or slower, than normal.
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Hypopnea

Hypopnea: Literally, underbreathing. Breathing that is shallower or slower than normal. Hypopnea is distinct from apnea in which there is no breathing. Hypopnea comes from the Greek roots hypo- (meaning low, under, beneath, down, below normal) and pnoe (meaning breathing).
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hypopnea

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī-pop′nē-ă Definitions: 1. Breathing that is shallower or slower, than normal. Synonyms: oligopnea
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hypopnea

[n] - slow or shallow breathing
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