exertional dyspnea


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Related to exertional dyspnea: paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, palpitation, orthopnea
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ex·er·tion·al dyspnea

n. disnea por esfuerzo excesivo.
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A 14-year-old male visited the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University with a complaint of a 2-year history of progressive exertional dyspnea and fingertips cyanosis.
He was normally grown up with presenting complaints of headache and exertional dyspnea.
Patient had undergone a mitral valve replacement surgery and on post-op Day 2, he began experiencing exertional dyspnea as noted by the ICU nurse in the chart The ICU nurse attempted to contact the Cardiovascular Technician (CVT) on Sunday morning, but had to leave a message on the physician's cell phone voice mail.
There was no evidence for acute infection; the patient complained of stable exertional dyspnea (New York Heart Association class II).
As the hypercapnia worsens, the symptoms include exertional dyspnea, disturbed sleep, daytime increased sleepiness, delirium, myoclonus, and seizures (carbon dioxide narcosis).
Suspect PAH in younger, otherwise healthy patients who complain of exertional dyspnea, fatigue, chest pain, or palpitations who do not have any other heart or lung disease signs or symptoms.
2,3) Extrusion may present as dysphonia, breathiness or a loss of voice control, glottic incompetence, exertional dyspnea, persistent cough, or implant aspiration or expectoration.
Few patients met the established definition of CB as the majority had exertional dyspnea, normal PFTs without fixed obstruction, and normal high resolution CT imaging.
Surgery was indicated secondary to symptomatic presentation with exertional dyspnea and fatigue.
CASE HISTORY: A 26 year old female was referred to our facility because of complaints of chest pain and exertional dyspnea that had occurred over the course of the previous six months.
The study population consisted of both males and females, with ages between 26 and 54, with stages 2, 3 and 4 of this pathology which affected the respiratory system and presented exertional dyspnea, and various occupations.
It is the sum of the ECG findings and their severity that suggest pulmonary emboli; and most important is the clinical setting in which they occur, here new exertional dyspnea with no obvious cause.