Central Alveolar Hypoventilation Syndrome




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A breathing-related sleep disorder, occurring usually in overweight people, characterized by loss of breathing control and insufficient oxygen intake, resulting in abnormally low blood oxygen level, especially during sleep, and often leading to hypersomnia or insomnia. Compare sleep apnoea.

[From Latin alveolus a small depression, referring to the terminal air cavities in the lungs + Greek hypo under + Latin ventilare to ventilate, from ventus a wind]

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… it could be Ondine’s Problem, which referred to as congenital main alveolar hypoventilation symptoms. This condition is the consequence of a deterioration autonomic anxious…
Sleep problems

… Problem – Circadian Tempo Sleep Condition, Other : Confusional Arousals : Congenital Central Back Hypoventilation Syndrome : Delayed Sleep Stage – Dissociative Problems – Consuming…

What is that disease called where you have to think about breathing, or you stop breathing (it's very rare)?...

… Blondness, based on the older scam.

The side-effect of specific narcotics, like GHB. Apnea may be the general phrase to define the particular cessation of inhaling and exhaling follo…

Respiratory system-Increase of PCO2?...

… The actual arterial pCO2 is usually maintained with a degree of about forty mmHg with a balance in between production of CARBON DIOXIDE by the entire body and its elimination by alveolar air flow….

House Mechanical Air flow CH 07-Ashley’s Tale



Andrea Kun Nurse Situation Supervisor Pediatric Pulminology skun@chla. usc. edu CCHS Congenital Main Hypoventilation Symptoms congenital main hypoventilation symptoms (CCHS) or major back hypoventil

House Mechanical Air flow CH 04-The House Stretch out



Andrea Kun Nurse Situation Supervisor Pediatric Pulminology skun@chla. usc. edu CCHS Congenital Main Hypoventilation Symptoms congenital main hypoventilation symptoms (CCHS) or major back hypoventil

Diaphragm Pacing CH 05-Jim’s Tale



Andrea Kun Nurse Situation Supervisor Pediatric Pulminology skun@chla. usc. edu CCHS Congenital Main Hypoventilation Symptoms congenital main hypoventilation symptoms (CCHS) or major back hypoventil

Diaphragm Pacing CH 01-Diaphragm Pacing



Andrea Kun Nurse Situation Supervisor Pediatric Pulminology skun@chla. usc. edu CCHS Congenital Main Hypoventilation Symptoms congenital main hypoventilation symptoms (CCHS) or major back hypoventil

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