wheeze


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gasp

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breathing with a husky or whistling sound

breathe with difficulty

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The authors strongly believe that this article is first of its kind since no previous work on summarizing the previous research on automatic wheeze detection systems beneficial seems to be available.
"Our large pooled analysis confirms that maternal smoking during pregnancy, particularly during the first trimester, is associated with a greater risk of offspring developing wheeze and asthma when they reach preschool age.
1 Signs and symptoms of AFA may be apnea, stridor, wheeze, cough, decreased or abnormal breath sounds depending on the size and location of the foreign body.
Actually introduced in 2009, the Bone Collector Series Buck Collector is gaining a following as it is capable of producing multiple whitetail sounds from grunts and wheezes to bleats and distress bawls depending on which button you push.
This study looked at the relationship between serum folate levels and markers of atopy, wheeze and asthma.
Two trials of corticosteroids for preschool children with episodic wheeze have concluded that steroids, oral or inhaled, are a poor choice of treatment for most children.
* 2) Flextone's Buck Rage Plus is a combo pack containing the Buck Rage and Killer Wheeze calls.
Within 20 seconds, both twins started to audibly wheeze. Within a minute or two, the father appeared; I had not previously met him.
Infants born at less than 33 weeks' gestation to mothers who had chorioamnionitis were 4.0-fold more likely to wheeze and 4.4 fold more likely to have asthma, compared with infants born at 37 weeks or beyond to mothers without chorioamnionitis.
During a recent presentation at IDSA, Synagis (humanised anti-RSV monoclonal antibody) was proven to reduce recurrent wheeze by 50% in preterm infants with no family history of asthma.
University of Crete researchers found that children who ate nuts and grapes at least three times a week were less likely to wheeze.
Underlying the provisional perspectives is the premise that children who wheeze during the first few years of life may not have asthma because wheezing in this population can be associated with other respiratory diseases.
Among children whose mothers had asthma, however, those with cats were about twice as likely to wheeze at and after age 3 than children who grew up with cats, the team reports in the Sept.
If you wheeze and cough after exercising in cold air, don't jump to the conclusion that you have ELA.
Inhaling the tiny particles causes irritation in the lungs of the sufferer, and the result can be terrible as the child starts to cough and wheeze and has great difficulty breathing.