PND


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PND

PND

1 abbreviation for paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea.
2 abbreviation for postnasal drip.

PND

Abbreviation for:
paraneoplastic neurologic disorder
paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnoea
partial neck dissection
percentage of non-overlapping data  
peripheral nerve dysfunction
postnasal drip
postnatal day
postnatal depression
purulent nasal discharge

PND

Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, see there.

PND

Abbreviation for paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea;
postnasal drip.

Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea (PND)

A form of dyspnea characterized by the patient's waking from sleep unable to breathe.
Mentioned in: Shortness of Breath
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Highet and Drummond's (2004) comparison of existing community treatments for PND using patient records reported pharmacological and psychological interventions of CBT, non-directive counselling or behavioural techniques produced similar clinical benefits in the treatment of psychological symptoms at six months follow-up.
PND is a serious condition and quite different from the 'baby blues', which is milder and shorter-lived.
Natasha went on to have two more boys after Josh, Harry and Alfie, and fortunately didn't suffer from PND after the second and third births.
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The mum, who is still on anti-depressants and under medical supervision, would like more support groups for women with PND.
While the establishment of this kind of pact is fundamental for reaching the goals of the PND, its consolidation is undermined by two main factors.
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