Pediatric Wheezing: If Not Asthma, Then What is It?
... Because of the increasing prevalence of asthma, it's easy to explain
why EIA is a common diagnosis for children who wheeze (expiratory noise) or
(inspiratory noise). However, many non-asthmatics may present
asthmatic symptoms triggered by exercise (exercise-induced bronchospasm).
In a recent ...
Two Distinct Types of Vocal Cord Dysfunction Identified
... laryngoscopy, reversible inspiratory airflow obstruction with spirometry during observed symptoms, or a convincing history of episodic inspiratory stridor
that was rapid in onset and rapidly reversible in the absence of any other findings."
The symptoms of VCD can be mistaken for asthma because ...
... Breathing sounds - abnormal ( stridor
) Definition: stridor
is an abnormal, high-pitched, musical breathing ... on inspiration, producing a condition known as stridor
. Closing the airway while breathing in ...
... problems breathing . The child may also have stridor
, a high-pitched sound usually heard when the ... barking cough develops. There is also harsh stridor
(a rasping sound heard when the child breaths ... and a barking cough , a high-pitched sound ( stridor
) heard when breathing in, and difficulty ...
is a high-pitched sound that is usually heard ... or narrowing in your child's upper airway . stridor
is an abnormal, high-pitched, musical breathing ... (see wheezing and abnormal lung sounds). stridor
A raspy sound that occurs during respiration ...
... at the same time, with agitation , restlessness, sleep disturbance , changes in appetite , psychosis , ... Symptoms of noisy breathing or stridor
usually present several weeks after birth . The noise is often high-pitched and associated with agitation or excitement. An abnormal sucking ...
... in the throat Severe pain or burning in the nose, eyes , ears, lips, or tongue Loss of vision ... breathing difficulty husky voice stridor
(a shrill breathing sound heard during inspiration, or breathing in) enlarged lymph glands of the neck increased heart rate nasal ...
... Sore throat Difficulty swallowing Difficulty breathing (patient may need to sit up right leaning slightly forward to breathe adequately) stridor
(noisy breathing , "crowing" sound when inhaling) Hoarseness Chills , shaking Fever ... - Is drooling CARING FOR A CHILD WITH CROUP ...
... and respiratory di stress characterized by drooling , dyspnea (difficulty breathing ), tachypnea (fast breathing ), and inspiratory stridor
(noisy inspiration) develop rapidly, ... Many people have some difficulty swallowing ( dysphagia ) after having a stroke . You may not be able ...
... consequence of angiogenesis); chronic abdominal pain ; ... It causes a distinctive hoarseness and a barking cough , a high-pitched sound ( stridor
) heard when breathing in, and difficulty breathing . Worsening of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease ( COPD ). Alexander realized that ...
... , antihistamines, barbiturates, and drugs for high blood pressure ) ... a cough develops into a seal's bark laryngitis fever stridor
(a high-pitched sound) is usually noted as the child breathes in (inspiration), although it can also be heard as the child breathes out (expiration) ...
... ) and painful sexual intercourse (dyspareunia) ... Attacks of croup are manifest by a loud noise when the individual inhales, known as stridor
. In most cases, breathing humidified air (e.g. steamy bathroom) clears the symptoms of acute croup . They enrolled patients in the 1980s, ...