Apnea refers to a gap or pause in breathing, temporary absence of breathing or prolonged respiratory failure and transient cessation of respiration whether normal (as in hibernating animals) or abnormal (as that caused by certain drugs).

Siehe auch:
"Apnea" findet sich im UNSPSC Code "42271501"
  Apnea Monitoren oder Zubehörstücken

Other /More definition:
apnea refers to a gap or pause in breathing, temporary absence of breathing or prolonged respiratory failure and transient cessation of respiration whether normal (as in hibernating animals) or abnormal (as that caused by certain drugs).

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