hypocapnia hy·po·cap·ni·a (hī’pō-kāp’nē-ə)
The presence of abnormally low levels of carbon dioxide in blood. Also called hypocarbia.
[hahy-puh-sen-ter] /ˈhaɪ pəˌsɛn tər/ noun, Geology. 1. (def 5).
[hahy-puh-kawst, hip-uh-] /ˈhaɪ pəˌkɔst, ˈhɪp ə-/ noun 1. a hollow space or system of channels in the floor or walls of some ancient Roman buildings that provided a central heating system by receiving and distributing the heat from a furnace. /ˈhaɪpəˌkɔːst/ noun 1. an ancient Roman heating system in which hot air circulated under the […]
/ˈhaɪpəʊˌsɛntə/ noun 1. Also called ground zero. the point on the ground immediately below the centre of explosion of a nuclear bomb in the atmosphere 2. another term for focus (sense 6)
hypochloremia hy·po·chlo·re·mi·a (hī’pō-klôr-ē’mē-ə) n. An abnormally low concentration of chloride ions in the blood. hy’po·chlo·re’mic adj.