respiratory failure

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respiratory failure

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An acute or chronic condition marked by severely impaired pulmonary function, characterized by elevated carbon dioxide or decreased oxygen, or both, in the arterial blood and often by the necessity of a ventilator to assist breathing.

respiratory failure

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(Medicine) a condition in which the respiratory system is unable to provide an adequate supply of oxygen or to remove carbon dioxide efficiently
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The study stated that hypertension, miscarriage, febrile seizures, low birth weight and respiratory distress syndrome are some of the (https://cms.ibtimes.com/mediterranean-style-diet-may-prevent-pregnancy-weight-gain-gestational-diabetes-finds-2812009) problems caused due to this debilitating disorder. It is worth noting that nearly 25 percent of all (https://cms.ibtimes.com/preterm-birth-risk-may-increase-moving-house-during-early-pregnancy-study-says-2811946) clinically recognized pregnancies end in miscarriages, according to the American Pregnancy Association.
Postnatally, it may remain asymptomatic or may present with respiratory distress or recurrent chest infections.3, 4 Very rarely, it may undergo malignant transformation and cause pleuropulmonary blastoma.3-5
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Respiratory distress was the most common sign, but some cats also had murmurs or cardiac arrhythmias.
Shortly after the infant was admitted, she showed signs of respiratory distress. On physical examination, the on-call resident noted intermittent retractions with inspiratory stridor, and the patient demonstrated intermittent severe oxygen desaturations into the 70s.
PESHAWAR -- A 67 years old larynx cancer patient came to Khyber Teaching Hospital ENT OPD with respiratory distress and history of heart attack myocardial infarction and was not fit for general anaesthesia but the surgery was life-saving for him.
Vapotherm announced that a paper published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine, titled "HVNI vs NIPPV in the treatment of Acute Decompensated Heart Failure: subgroup analysis of a multi-center trial in the ED" showed equivalent outcomes between Hi-VNI Technology and Non-invasive Positive Pressure Ventilation, or NiPPV, in the treatment of respiratory distress in a subgroup of patients suffering from acute decompensated heart failure, or ADHF.
Respiratory distress is one of the most common disorders encountered within the first 48-72 hours of life and is a major cause for the leading morbidity in newborn, especially in preterm neonates.
ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) on Friday said swine flu patients with having acute respiratory distress syndrome had been kept in isolation in the hospital.
Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is one of the leading death reasons in Intensive Care Unit (ICU).[1] It is frustrating that there is no pharmacotherapy effective enough to reduce the mortality of ARDS.

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