In the physical examination, the patient was calm and presented no stridor
or signs of upper airway obstruction.
1, 2) Congenital laryngeal paralysis or bilateral abductor VCP presenting as neonatal stridor
is rare and often requires prolonged mechanical ventilation.
A 16 month old male baby was brought to emergency department with stridor
and low grade fever.
One of the things to listen out for is stridor
, which is the sound of air being noisily sucked through a swollen windpipe.
Children with the condition are said to have a distinctive cough and will make a harsh sound, known as stridor
, when they breathe in.
A 12-year-old male presented with a 2-week history of sore throat and sleep-disordered breathing and 48 hours of stridor
Need to know: The NHS advises that you take your child to A&E, or call 999 if they have any of the following symptoms: Severe breathing difficulties, increased breathing rate or "silent chest" (unable to hear breathing), worsened cough or stridor
, distress, dark or blue-tinged or pale skin, tightened skin around ribs and chest - making ribs more visible, abnormal drowsiness, rapid heartbeat or falling heart rate, very high temperature, unable to drink.
After extubation, laryngospasm, stridor
, crup, vomiting, retching, coughing, blood staining on the LMA or tube, blood at aspiration, treatment of stridor
, desaturation (Sp[O.
He had a husky voice and sore throat symptoms, but no dyspnea or stridor
Some children will develop a croaky voice and a symptom doctors refer to as stridor
, which results in a grunting sound when a child breathes in.
The tracheobronchial tree is ill- developed in an infant and more often than not these foreign bodies cause varying degrees of obstruction leading to stridor
and hypoxia in the infant.
Physical exam at our hospital revealed biphasic stridor
, wheezing in the left lung fields, and transmitted upper airway sounds on the right side with dullness to percussion.