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Kiss muzzle respiration   (translated from German)
Kiss muzzle respiration Kiss muzzle respiration (also acidosis respiration called) designates patholgisches Breathing sample. During the kiss muzzle respiration particularly deeply one inhales, around that Sauerstoff ... comes to a deep, noisy and accelerated respiration. Footstep particularly on with the diabetischen ...
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Adolf kiss muzzle   (translated from German)
... emphasize are its Description of the special respiration diabetischem Koma , still today as Kussmaul respiration admits Stomach pump for treatment the pylorus ...
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Kussmaul - 10k - Cached (German) - Wikipedia (German) - Similar pages

Category:Abnormal respiration
Category:Abnormal respiration Symptoms affecting breathing Pages in category "Abnormal respiration" There are 11 pages in this section of this category. A Agonal respiration Airway obstruction Apneustic respirations A cont. Ataxic respiration B Biot's respiration C Central neurogenic hyperventilation Cheyne-Stokes ...
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Coma (medicine)   (translated from Russian)
... external stimuli, by the increasing disorders of respiration, blood circulation and other functions of the ... coma, caused by the oppression of cellular respiration as a result of the insufficient entering ... coma, caused by the insufficiency of external respiration. Is developed with the respiratory insufficiency as ... as a whole. The disturbances of cellular respiration can be considered as by one of ... the basis of the disturbances of cellular respiration can be the blockade of respiratory ...
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Кома_(медицина) - 41k - Cached (Russian) - Wikipedia (Russian) - Similar pages

List of eponymous medical signs
... sign – Paul Robert Bing Biot's respiration – C. Biot Bitot's spots – ... Charcot, Ernst Viktor von Leyden Cheyne-Stokes respiration – John Cheyne, William Stokes Churchill-Cope ... s nodules Koplik's spots Korotkoff sounds Kussmaul breathing a.k.a. Kussmaul's respiration Kussmaul's sign Kveim-Siltzbach test ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_eponymous_medical_signs - 16k - Cached - Similar pages

Category:Eponymous medical signs
... s triad Beevor's sign Biot's respiration Bitot's spots Blumberg sign Boston's ... Charcot-Leyden crystals C cont. Cheyne-Stokes respiration Chvostek's sign Courvoisier's law Crowe ... Fleischer ring Koplik's spots Korotkoff sounds Kussmaul breathing Kussmaul's sign L Lachman test Levine's ...
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Metabolic acidosis   (translated from German)
... therefore, because the cause not in that Respiration , separate in Metabolism (metabolismus) justified lies. The ... by his strongly increased, deep and accelerated respiration on (so-called Kussmaul respiration). With the Ketoazidose of the Diabetikers one ...
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metabolische_Azidose - 4k - Cached (German) - Wikipedia (German) - Similar pages

Hyperventilation
... stroke (central neurogenic hyperventilation, apneustic respirations, ataxic respiration, Cheyne-Stokes respirations or Biot's respiration), or when the body lacks oxygen (hypoxia ... of the blood; this is known as Kussmaul breathing. Mechanism In normal breathing, both the ... shallow or too slow breathing Control of respiration Shallow water blackout,the role of hyperventilation ...
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Hyperventilation (Psychology wiki)
... stroke ( central neurogenic hyperventilation , apneustic respirations , ataxic respiration , Cheyne-Stokes respirations or Biot's respiration ), or when the body lacks oxygen ( hypoxia ... of the blood; this is known as Kussmaul breathing . [edit] Mechanism In normal breathing, both ... shallow or too slow breathing Control of respiration Shallow water blackout ,the role of hyperventilation ...
http://psychology.wikia.com/wiki/Hyperventilation - 10k - Cached - Similar pages

Metabolic acidosis   (translated from French)
... excess from acide by hyperventilation (dyspnea of Kussmaul: respiration full, deep, allowing to reject CO 2 ... finds with minima a full dyspnea of Kussmaul (compensation hyperventilation), the diagnosis is then confirmed ...
http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acidose_métabolique - 10k - Cached (French) - Wikipedia (French) - Similar pages

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