What does Dyspneic mean?
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by Lindsay Allen, Andrew Prentice
The patient dies intensely dyspneic but usually fully conscious. horizontal), ataxic gait, and an abnormal mental state that can range from mild delirium to global confusion. Liver disease and tachycardia occur in more than 50% of cases.
by Lindsay H Allen, Andrew Prentice
The patient dies intensely dyspneic but usually fully conscious.
by Hermann Nothnagel
in only 22 out of 42 cases of summer catarrh, and Rocker called attention to the fact that among 300 cases of mucous polypi of the nose, only 9 suffered from " dyspneic attacks," and not one of these was cured by the removal of the polypus.
by Myron A. Lipkowitz, Tova Navarra
Asthmatic persons often experience dyspneic episoders during exacerbation of asthma. Some allergic reactions include dyspnea (see ANAPHYLAXIS). Breathing difficulty may also occur at rest or when the body requires additional oxygen.
by Martin P. Schwellnus
Dyspneic sensations are commonly cited as factors limiting exercise during exercise. It has been hypothesized that RM training may decrease perception of respiratory exertion and contribute to the observed increase in constant load exercise ...
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The value of this 8-letter word is 16 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.