noisy breathing

noisy breathing

Pulmonary medicine Breathing in which there are random fluctuations in rhythm. See Ataxic breathing.
References in classic literature ?
Still they hurried on, for they could hear the noisy breathing of the bull behind them.
Symptoms will usually worsen over a few days and include a rasping and persistent dry cough, noisy breathing and brief pauses in breathing.
A 16 months old male boy was brought to emergency department with history of noisy breathing and respiratory distress.
Some brachycephalic breeds such as Pugs and Boston Terriers typically have minimal signs, mostly noisy breathing and occasional snoring, and these breeds rarely require surgical treatment.
About 75 per cent of children with noisy breathing actually have sleep apnoea.
It usually refers to someone with cardiac arrest or is unconscious and with abnormal or noisy breathing.
Dogs with elongated soft palates generally have a history of noisy breathing during inspiration.
There was a history of mild cough for 5-days followed by increase in respiratory rate, noisy breathing and reluctance to feed for one day.
5kg presented with chief complains of hurried respirations and noisy breathing for 1 month which has increased in last 5 days.
The patient was a 63-year-old man who presented to the otolaryngology department with a 7-month history of hoarseness and a 3-weekhistory of noisy breathing.
Noisy breathing (snoring, ruttles) causes great anxiety to parents and is often misinterpreted as wheeze.