Revista de Neumología e Investigación Clínica


Pickwickian in connection with sleepy patients and ocular trauma with pickwickian syndrome.

Fernando Thomas*

Pickwickian condition is a serious type of rest apnea in fat people, which includes mechanical hindrance of ventilation bringing about significantly compromised gas trade. Signs of the disorder, appropriately named stoutness hypoventilation condition (OHS), are related with stores of fat tissue around the mid-region and stomach bringing about mechanical hypoventilation, hypercapnia, pneumonic hypertension, mental obtundation, and extreme drowsines. We depict an instance of visual injury coming about because of complexities endured by a patient with Pickwickian condition.