dyspnoea


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Synonyms for dyspnoea

difficult or labored respiration

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9] Large left atrial tumours impairing intracardiac blood flow can produce variable clinical features, from slowly progressive orthopnoea and paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnoea, to acute pulmonary oedema, syncope or sudden death.
A recent multicentre randomised controlled trial, terminated early for financial reasons, confirmed significantly improvements from baseline in lung function, dyspnoea and quality of life when compared with controls at 3 months, but the fact that 44% of treated patients experienced adverse events requiring hospitalisation (including two deaths) raised some safety concerns.
COPD is also of course associated with reduced exercise capacity secondary to hypoxaemia, dyspnoea and general physical deconditioning.
Acute or rapidly progressive dyspnoea and a swelling of the soft tissues of the face and neck led to inpatient admission in all cases (22/22).
During this period, Abu Hamdiya was suffering from cute throat pain, difficulty swallowing and breathing, phlegm in chest, and suffered from dyspnoea.
Swine influenza causes fever, apathy, anorexia and respiratory signs such as dyspnoea and sneezing, which affect both welfare and productivity.
This Grade 3 obese patient suffered from cough, dyspnoea and chest pain.
Bronchospasm, dyspnoea, hepatic dysfunction, acute pancreatitis, gastrointestinal discomfort, increased blood pressure, headache, vomiting, palpitations, nervousness, irritability, restlessness, mydriasis, closed angle glaucoma, tachycardia, dysuria, urinary retention.
The BSS subscales cough, sputum, rhales/rhonchi, chest pain during coughing, and dyspnoea improved to a similar extent in both treatment groups.
The pulmonary symptoms tend to dominate the clinical course, with the most common features being pneumothorax progressive dyspnoea and chylous pleural effusions (2-4).
Headaches, memory loss, dyspnoea and catarrhal asthma may also be noted here.
He said a consultant in charge of an important room within the Emergency Department issued orders to the doctors to give Atropine to those who suffered from dyspnoea and convulsions.
These abnormally high filling pressures lead to pulmonary congestion, dyspnoea and oedema (6-8).
1] > or [less than or equal to] 40% predicted), 6-minute walk distance (> or [less than or equal to] 50% predicted) (Troosters et al 1999), and the main limiting symptom in the initial endurance cycle test (ie, dyspnoea, leg fatigue, or a combination of both symptoms).
22, 2009 due to fever and acute dyspnoea, said the authority.