dyspnea

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Synonyms for dyspnea

difficult or labored respiration

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London Ambulance Service's Paul Gibson said: "All patients were treated for minor breathing difficulties and two were taken to hospital.
At first I believed I was getting cats with breathing difficulties because they were blue," she said.
Summary: A woman and a young girl have died and a man is seriously ill after suffering breathing difficulties on a boat.
The group is part of the British Lung Foundation and supports people with a range of breathing difficulties.
This week one unlucky patient in the back of an ambulance was suffering from breathing difficulties.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC has admitted to having breathing difficulties during his win over David Ferrer at the Australian Open but insisted it would not hamper his chances against Andy Murray in Friday's semi-final.
Patients can get an online initial assessment for common winter conditions such as diarrhoea and vomiting and colds and flu, or problems linked to the bad weather such as a limb injury after slipping over on the ice or breathing difficulties.
Hospital chief urges government to advise treatment as scores of people suffer from spasms, breathing difficulties
Alexa Ray, 23, was admitted to St Vincent's hospital in New York after experiencing breathing difficulties following a split with her boyfriend.
He was taken to North Tyneside General Hospital suffering from breathing difficulties and suspected neck and spine injuries.
The retired dyer had suffered breathing difficulties and had been frightened of suffocating.
Doctors had said on Sunday night that she was critically ill, with almost no hope of survival after developing breathing difficulties and irregular blood pressure.
Jean Alden, 67, contracted Clostridiun Difficile at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lyn, Norfolk, after being admitted with breathing difficulties.
A teacher suffered minor injuries and pupils needed medical treatment for breathing difficulties yesterday after a sulphur dioxide canister went off in a classroom.