- Abnormal slowness of respiration, specifically a low respiratory frequency. [brady- + G. pnoe, breathing]
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* * *brady·pnea (brad″e-neґə) (brad-ipґne-ə) [brady- + -pnea] abnormal slowness of breathing. Cf. hypopnea and hypoventilation.
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