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what is the difference in hyperpnea and hypertension?

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Dr. James Stahl
28 years experience Internal Medicine
Breath and pressure: Hyperpnea is excessive deep breathing. Hypertension is elevated blood pressure.
Answered on Aug 16, 2015
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