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Dyspnea or dyspnoea, from Latin dyspnoea, from Greek dyspnoia from dyspnoos, shortness of breath) or shortness of breath (SOB) is a debilitating symptom that is the experience of unpleasant or uncomfortable respiratory sensations. It is a common symptom of numerous...
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Dyspnea is a common symptom and, in most cases, can be effectively managed in ... Most cases of dyspnea are due to cardiac or pulmonary disease, which is readily ...
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Dyspnea is most commonly caused by respiratory and cardiac disorders. ... Dyspnea results from multiple interactions of signals and receptors in the ...
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A unifying theory about dyspnea or significant breathlessness is that itresults ... However, dyspnea, like hunger or thirst, is largely a sensation which arises ...
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Palliative Care Perspectives : Chapter 5: Non-Pain Symptom Management : Dyspnea. Dyspnea is a common and distressing symptom.58 In the National Hospice Study 70 ...
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Introduction· Chest Pain· Cough·Dyspnea· Hemoptysis· Solitary Pulmonary Nodule ... Dyspnea has multiple pulmonary, cardiac, and other causes (see Table 1: Approach ...
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Online Medical Dictionary and glossary with medical definitions ... Dyspnea is a sign of serious disease of the airway, lungs, or heart. ...
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dyspnea n. Difficulty in breathing, often associated with lung or heart disease and resulting in shortness of breath ... Dyspnea or dyspnoea (pronounced disp ...
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Dyspnea, the sensation of breathlessness or inadequate breathing, is the most ... In disease states, perception of dyspnea can vary greatly among individuals. ...
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List of 2582 causes of Breathing difficulties (Dyspnea), patient stories, book excerpts about Breathing difficulties, 828 drug side effect causes, 915 drug ...
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Causes of Dyspnea with diagnosis analysis, related symptoms, patient stories, ... Dyspnea (symptom): Breathing difficulty of any kind (or any kind of "shortness ...
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Dyspnea also called "air hunger" causes difficulty in breathing. ... Many people who have dyspnea say it feels as if they are suffocating. ...
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Shortness of breath; Breathlessness; Difficulty breathing; Dyspnea. Definition Return to top ... Braithwaite S, Perina D. Dyspnea. ...
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Q: WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF DYSPNEA AND WHEEZING ? ... Paroxysmal Nocturnal Dyspnea. Peribronchial Cuffing. Perinatal Asphyxia. Permissive Hypercapnia ...
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Information about dyspnea in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. ... dyspnea (dsp-n) ... orthopnea - form of dyspnea in which the person can ...
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Dyspnea is also the uncomfortable sensation of breathing. ... You may experience dyspnea at rest, or on exertion (when you perform any ...
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Introduction "Shortness of breath" or "breathlessness" is a subjective term used widely to describe a ... Physicians call shortness of breath "dyspnea" (1) ...
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Abstract and Introduction: Dyspnea is one of the most common symptoms reported by patients receiving palliative care, and management can be challenging.
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Dyspnea refers to the sensation of difficult or uncomfortable breathing. ... Dyspnea on exertion (DOE) may occur normally, but is considered indicative of ...
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Dyspnea diagnosis, shortness of breath ... Dyspnea + exertion (if orthopnoea and paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnoea --> heart failure) ...
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