many soldiers presented with acute dyspnoea
Ordinary physical exercise does not cause fatigue, dyspnoea or palpitations
He had noticed increasing exertional dyspnoea and noisy breathing in the two months prior to presentation.
A 52 year old woman developed acute dyspnoea and hypoxia two hours after rapid drainage of a large left tuberculous pleural effusion.
On examination, the patient was mildly dyspneic , with massive ascites, left pleural effusion, left axillary lymphadenopathy and no hepatosplenomegaly.
This scanner also will allow us to obtain diagnostic scans in patients who are too dyspneic to hold their breath.
The technique of spiral CT scanning is particularly useful for evaluating dyspneic patients because of its shorter imaging time and higher-resolution images.
Acute dyspnea is a common clinical finding in the emergency department and other urgent care locations.
Although treatment with bronchodilators was started, his symptoms worsened progressively over the next two weeks, and he became acutely dyspnoeic at rest.
She was admitted to another hospital, where she continued to have shortness of breath and dyspnea .