- * * *- transient t. of the newborn a syndrome of generally mild t. in otherwise healthy newborns, lasting usually only about 3 days. SYN: respiratory distress syndrome type II.
* * *tachy·pne·ic or chiefly Brit tachy·pnoe·ic -'nē-ik adj
* * *tach·yp·nea (tak″ip-neґə) (tak″e-neґə) [tachy- + -pnea] excessive rapidity of breathing. See also hyperpnea and hyperventilation.
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