dyspnea

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  • noun

Synonyms for dyspnea

difficult or labored respiration

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The police told us that the man was suffering from breathing difficulties.
It was given to him for comfort by an ambulance crew when he was taken to hospital for treatment for breathing difficulties.
The latest study, published on-line in the British Medical Journal, found that babies delivered through pre-planned Caesarean were far more likely to suffer breathing difficulties compared with those born naturally or by emergency Caesarean.
The company also failed to install high-tech emissions controls that would limit pollutants such as nitrogen oxide, which cause smog and trigger breathing difficulties in children and the elderly.
They claim people who usually develop red eyes, runny noses and breathing difficulties will not be affected by their kittens.
After a ten-day hospital stay he returned home but was re-admitted to Gemelli Polyclinic Hospital in Rome February 24, 2005 with breathing difficulties.
This pollution is associated with nasal congestion, breathing difficulties, skin rashes, poor health in general.
People who suffer from multiple chemical intolerances, a condition sometimes referred to as "multiple chemical sensitivity," report wide-ranging symptoms such as headaches, short-term memory problems, confusion, fatigue, depression, irritability, and breathing difficulties.
The 84-year-old pontiff was taken to Gemelli Polyclinico Hospital for treatment of the flu and breathing difficulties, the Associated Press said in a dispatch from Vatican City.
Obstructions that trap air deep within the lungs may explain certain breathing difficulties among some people who worked at the site of the World Trade Center following the terrorist attack on Sept.
AN 'EXCEPTIONALLY talented' teenage athlete died after suffering breathing difficulties while swimming on holiday in Germany, an inquest heard.
Most people seemed to have breathing difficulties, problems with vision," Alan Beim, a California advertising executive vacationing in Nicaragua at the time, told me.
Stuffing an object in your nose could cause breathing difficulties.
A 51-year-old woman came to our center with a 30-year history of hoarseness, chronic cough, breathing difficulties, and heartburn.