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HYPERCAPNIA-HYPERCARBIA INCREASED CARBON DIOXIDE CONCENTRATION BLOOD CONDITION OCCURS WHEN BREATHING IS IMPAIRED & THE REMOVAL OF CO2 BY THE LUNG IS LESS THE PRODUCTION OF CO2 IN THE TISSUES OF CARBON DIOXIDE RETENTION IS MEASURED BY THE ARTERIAL&END TIDAL PCO2
HYPOXEMIA DECREASED AMOUNT OF OXYGEN IN THE BLOOD
HYPOXIA DEFICIENCY OF OXYGEN REACHING THE BODY TISSUE
INTERSTITIAL REFERRING TO THE SPACE BETWEEN TISSUES
KUSSMAUL BREATHING AIR HUNGER DEEP SIGHING BREATHING SEEN IN PATIENTS WITH METABOLIC ACIDOSIS
KYPHOSCOLIOSIS ABNORMAL BACKWARD CURVATURE OF THE SPINE
LARYNX VOICE BOX UPPER PORTION OF THE TRACHEA WHICH ENCASES THE VOCAL CORDS
MUCOCILIARY EXCALATOR A DEFENSE MECHANISM OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM TINY CILIA LINE THE RESPIRATORY TRACT AND AID IN CLEARING THE LUNGS OF MUCUS TO THE BACK OF THE THROAT WHERE IT CAN EXPELLED OR SWALLOWED
MYOCARDIUM MIDDLE MUSCULAR LAYER OF THE HEART WALL
ORTHOPNEA DIFFICULTY BREATHING WHEN LYING DOWN IMPROVED UPSON STANDING OR SITTING
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