(2) To ventilate in a rapid, deep and prolonged manner
Word origin: Greek hypér (over, above) + ventilate
Results from our forum
Think about this, hypocarbia takes place when we hyperventilate since the CO2 levels in our blood decreases and more O2 levels on the other hand. CO2 is not just merely a gaseous waste. It actually stimulates us to breathe. The moment that our body ...
See entire post