Pulmonology Book



Aka: Hyperventilation
  1. See Also
    1. Tachypnea
  2. Pathophysiology
    1. Increased ventilation results in Respiratory Alkalosis
  3. Causes
    1. See Tachypnea Causes
  4. Symptoms
    1. Specific to etiology
      1. Respiratory distress
      2. Anxiety
    2. Paresthesias
      1. Fingers
      2. Lips
  5. Labs
    1. Arterial Blood Gas
      1. PO2 increased
      2. PCO2 decreased
    2. Serum Electrolytes
      1. Hyponatremia
      2. Hypokalemia
      3. Hyperchloremia
    3. Urine
      1. Urine Potassium increased
      2. Urine Sodium increased
      3. Urine Bicarbonate increased
      4. Chloride decreased

Hyperventilation (C0020578)

Definition (NCI) Abnormally prolonged, rapid, and deep breathing.
Definition (NCI_FDA) Abnormally prolonged, rapid, and deep breathing.
Definition (MSH) A pulmonary ventilation rate faster than is metabolically necessary for the exchange of gases. It is the result of an increased frequency of breathing, an increased tidal volume, or a combination of both. It causes an excess intake of oxygen and the blowing off of carbon dioxide.
Concepts Finding (T033)
MSH D006985
ICD9 786.01
ICD10 R06.4
SnomedCT 207050008, 158372005, 68978004
English Hyperventilation, Hyperventilations, [D]Hyperventilation (context-dependent category), [D]Hyperventilation, Hyperventilation [Disease/Finding], hyperventilating, hyperventilates, hyperventilate, hyperventilated, hyperventilation, hyperventilations, overbreathing, [D]Hyperventilation (situation), HYPERVENTILATION, Overbreathing, Hyperventilating, HV - Hyperventilation, Hyperventilation (finding), Hyperventilation, NOS
French HYPERVENTILATION, Hyperventilation
Portuguese HIPERVENTILACAO, Hiperventilação
Spanish HIPERVENTILACION, [D]hiperventilación (categoría dependiente del contexto), [D]hiperventilación, [D]hiperventilación (situación), hiperventilación (hallazgo), hiperventilación, Hiperventilación
German HYPERVENTILATION, Hyperventilation
Japanese 過換気, カカンキ
Swedish Hyperventilering
Czech hyperventilace, Hyperventilace
Finnish Hyperventilaatio
Korean 과호흡
Polish Hiperwentylacja
Hungarian Hyperventillatio
Norwegian Hyperventilering
Dutch hyperventilatie, Hyperventilatie, Ventilatie, hyper-
Italian Iperventilazione
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)

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