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eupnoea

US eupnea

/ (juːpˈnɪə) /
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noun

physiol normal relaxed breathingCompare dyspnoea

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Derived forms of eupnoea

eupnoeic or US eupneic, adjective

Word Origin for eupnoea

C18: from New Latin, from Greek eupnoia, from eupnous breathing easily, from eu- + pnoē, from pnein to breathe
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