Definition of Acapnic
1. Adjective. Relating to or demonstrating acapnia.
Partainyms: Acapnia, Acapnia, Acapnia
Derivative terms: Acapnia, Acapnia, Acapnia
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Literary usage of Acapnic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Operating room and the patient by Russell Story Fowler (1913)
"In surgery the factors which have to do with the production of the acapnic state and its resultant contributory part in surgical shock, are, ..."
2. Respiration by John Scott Haldane (1922)
"Many of Henderson's observations seem to point in the same direction as regards acapnic shock. These investigations throw much light on the fatal accidents ..."
3. Physiologie de l'aeronaute by Jacques Soubies (1907)
"Du Rôle de l'acapnic dans le mal des altitudes. Areh. fur Anut. und Pathol., 1898. Lortet. — Deux Ascensions scientifiques au Mont-Blane. ..."