dyspnea

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Synonyms for dyspnea

difficult or labored respiration

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There were three cases of dizziness and headache , two of dehydration , three of loose bowel movement, two of migraine, and one of breathing difficulty, Delorino said
These organs then pressed the right lung directly resulting in severe breathing difficulty. Also, the heart was pushed to the extreme left side of the chest.
A statement from the institute's consultant cardiologist Nasir Muda on Thursday said Mahathir's breathing difficulty was caused by ''lung congestion associated with myocardial infarction (heart attack).''
John Thornberry, council head of older people services, said: "We are all more likely to catch colds or flu as the weather gets colder and if your body temperature drops, the risk of heart attack, stroke or breathing difficulty increases.
Exposure to organophosphorus compounds, including the nerve agents satin and soman, can cause seizures, breathing difficulty, and death.
The pope had the same symptoms of breathing difficulty Feb.
The Penang Education Department is conducting a probe into the incident where 12 students of a school in Bayan Lepas accidentally inhaled iodine gas and suffered breathing difficulty during a laboratory experiment yesterday.
In 1996, Banerjee et al reported the case of a patient who presented with breathing difficulty and a history of nasal surgery.
Even in small doses these gases can cause lung irritation, a sore throat, headaches, and breathing difficulty. In large doses, they can be fatal.
*Inhalation anthrax causes severe breathing difficulty, shock, and coma; the deadliest form, it's often untreatable once symptoms occur.