TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «APNOEIC»
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «APNOEIC»
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Treatment of the underlying cause This will depend on the findings on
examination and of relevant investigations. Management of the acute apnoeic
episode • Stimulation of the infant. This may be all that is required. Suction of the
Don M. Roberton, M. J. South, 2007
European Respiratory Monograph 50: Sleep Apnoea:
Upon resumption of sleep this relative hypocapnoea may be a cause of
ventilatory instability because of its proximity to the apnoeic threshold [73, 101,
102]. The HCVR is variable both within and between individuals. It is influenced
by both ...
W.T. McNicholas, M.R. Bonsignore, 2010
Sleep Medicine: A Guide to Sleep and its Disorders
Changes in the apnoeic threshold for carbon dioxide at the time of NREM sleep-
stage transitions also cause central apnoeas. During the apnoea the Pco2
gradually rises and when it reaches the apnoeic threshold a period of
Issues in Neurology and Neuroscience: 2013 Edition
In apnoeic and non-apnoeic snorers, mean snoring intensity and snoring
frequency were higher in supine than in lateral positions irrespective of sleep
stage, and were also usually higher in N3 in comparison to rapid eye movement
and/or N2 ...
Non-invasive Ventilation and Weaning: Principles and Practice
APNOEIC THRESHOLD AND CARBON DIOXIDE RESERVE When PaCO2 falls
below a critical threshold called the apnoeic threshold, central respiratory drive
ceases. However, over time, when stable sleep is obtained, the reduction in ...
Mark Elliott, Stefano Nava, Bernd Schonhofer, 2010
Advances in Physiology Research and Application: 2011 Edition
According to recent research published in the The Indian Journal ofMedical
Research, “Repeated apnoeic/hypoapnoeic episodes during sleep may produce
cerebral damage in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). The aim of this
Table 12.2 Resuscitation at birth Condition at birth Management 1. Breathing/
crying Pink Heart rate >100 Good tone 2. Apnoeic/gasping Blue Heart rate >100
Reasonable tone 3. Apnoeic Blue/pale Heart rate <100 Some tone 4. Apnoeic
Textbook of Neonatal Medicine: A Chinese Perspective
All infants less than 34 weeks gestation should be monitored for apnoea from
birth until no apnoeic episode has occurred for at least one week. There are
different types of apnoea monitors and some of them have become obsolete.
Most of the ...
Victor Y.H. Yu, Zekang Feng, Reginald C. Tsang, 1996
Development of Normal Fetal Movements: The First 25 Weeks of ...
4.3 Fetal breathing movements: isolated and sequential bouts and duration of
apnoeic pauses. a Isolated fetal breathing movements are prevalent up until 12
weeks. After this, sequential bouts largely prevail. b Short (<10 s) pauses
Alessandra Piontelli, 2010
Apnoeic attacks are defined as episodes of cessation of respiratory movements
for more than 10 seconds (Figure 4.12). Apnoea may be due to immaturity,
cerebral hypoxia during the perinatal period, hypoxaemia due to the respiratory ...
Bernard Valman, Roslyn Thomas, 2009
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «APNOEIC»
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Help for snorers
During these apnoeic events patients are unable to breathe so they are deprived of oxygen and the body is unable to get rid of carbon dioxide. «Jamaica Observer, May 15»
'ROP affects about 30-50 per cent of premature babies in India'
... multiple pregnancy, diabetic mother with premature baby, blood transfusions in baby, apnoeic spells etc. Bigger and heavier weight babies in ... «Financial Express, Dec 14»
Re IB and EB  EWHC 369 (Fam)
At this point, E was described as "mottled and cyanosed" with apnoeic laboured breathing, a severe reduction of saturation to 75% on nasal oxygen and a ... «Family Law Week, Nov 14»
The Impact of Sleep and Hypoxia on the Brain
An increase in respiratory effort, in association with hypoxia or hypercapnia, triggers the frequent sleep arousals, which usually terminate the apnoeic episodes, ... «Medscape, Oct 14»
Column: East Anglian Air Ambulance Dr Ed Gold tells us what's …
Apnoeic is a term used to describe respiratory paralysis, which is – in simple terms—what happens to a patient when they are anaesthetised. «Cambridge News, Oct 14»
Bristol City Council v A Mother & Others  EWHC 1367 (Fam)
He noted the genetic abnormalities and the history of apnoeic attacks. This led him to say that "we have to be extremely cautious". There were features of head ... «Family Law Week, Jun 14»
Family of woman who died after blockage in breathing tube …
... inquest into her death, coroner Dr Tony Casey recommended that patients with tracheostomy tubes be fitted with an apnoeic alarm in wards. «Irish Times, May 13»
Curb snoring and sleep better
During sleep, intervals between the breaths (apnoeic spells) or the reduction of the depth of breathing (hypopnoea) lead to a decrease of ... «Free Malaysia Today, Jan 13»
Clinical update on sleep apnoea
Sleeping partners are very important in determining whether or not the patient has apnoeic episodes and the sleeping partner should be asked ... «Irish Medical Times, Sep 12»
As many patients do not actually wake up during their apnoeic episodes, they are not aware that they have this problem. Oftentimes, it is their ... «Malaysia Star, Mar 11»