- [tʃeɪn]noun Medicine an abnormal cyclical pattern of breathing in which the rate gradually decreases to a complete stop and then increases again.OriginC19: named after the physicians John Cheyne and William Stokes.
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cheyne-stokes breathing — noun see cheyne stokes respiration … Useful english dictionary
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Cheyne-Stokes respiration — ICD 10 R06.3 ICD 9 786.04 MeSH D002639 … Wikipedia
Cheyne-Stokes respiration — chān( ē) .stōks n cyclic breathing marked by a gradual increase in the rapidity of respiration followed by a gradual decrease and total cessation for from 5 to 50 seconds and found esp. in advanced kidney and heart disease, asthma, and increased … Medical dictionary
Cheyne-Stokes respiration — adj. Med. (of a breathing cycle) with a gradual decrease of movement to a complete stop, followed by a gradual increase. Etymology: J. Cheyne, Sc. physician d. 1836, and W. Stokes, Ir. physician d. 1878 * * * noun abnormal respiration in which… … Useful english dictionary
Cheyne-Stokes-Atmung — Atemmuster bei Cheyne Stokes Atmung. Aufgetragen ist die Atemtiefe über der Zeit. Bei der Cheyne Stokes Atmung – benannt nach John Cheyne (1777–1836) und William Stokes (1804–1878) – handelt es sich um eine pathologische Atmungsform. Sie ist… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Cheyne-Stokes respiration (breathing sign) — Cheyne Stokes res·pi·ra·tion (breathing, sign) (chānґ stōksґ) [John Cheyne, Scottish physician, 1777â€“1836; William Stokes, Irish physician, 1804â€“1878] see under respiration … Medical dictionary
Cheyne-Stokes respiration — [chān′stōks′] n. respiration characterized by cycles of deep, rapid breathing and weak, slow breathing, as in cases of heart failure or coma * * * … Universalium
Cheyne-Stokes respiration — [chān′stōks′] n. respiration characterized by cycles of deep, rapid breathing and weak, slow breathing, as in cases of heart failure or coma … English World dictionary
Cheyne-Stokes respiration — a striking form of breathing in which there is a cyclical variation in the rate, which becomes slower until breathing stops for several seconds before speeding up to a peak and then slowing again. It occurs when the sensitivity of the respiratory … The new mediacal dictionary