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TACHYCARDIA ELEVATED HEART RATE OF 100 BEATS PER MINUTE
TRACHEOSTOMY CREATION OF AN OPENING STOMA INTO THE TRACHEA THROUGH THE NECK WITH INSERTION OF AN INDWELLING TUBE TO FACILITATE PASSAGE OF AIR OR EVACUATION OF SECRETIONS
TIDAL VOLUME THE VOLUME OF GAS INSPIRED OR EXPIRED DURING EACH RESPIRATORY CYCLE
TACHYPNEA VERY RAPID RESPIRATION-ABOVE 20 BREATHS PER MINUTE
VEINS BLOOD VESSELS CARRYING BLOOD BACK TO THE HEART FROM THE ORGANS AND TISSUES
VENTILATION BREATHING MOVEMENT OF AIR IN AND OUT OF THE LUNGS
VENTRICLES PUMPING CHAMBERS OF THE HEART
VITAL CAPACITY VOLUME OF GAS MEASURED ON A SLOW COMPLETE EXPIRATION WITHOUT FORCED OR RAPID EFFORT AFTER MAXIMUM INHALATION
NPPV NON INVASIVE POSITIVE PRESSURE VENTILATION
PEEP POSITIVE END EXPIRATORY PRESSURE
PSV PRESSURE SUPPORT VENTILATION
EPAP EXPIRATORY
IPAP INSPIRATORY
Created by: jenn543uf