noisy breathing

noisy breathing

Pulmonary medicine Breathing in which there are random fluctuations in rhythm. See Ataxic breathing.
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Still they hurried on, for they could hear the noisy breathing of the bull behind them.
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.
Your child may have difficult or noisy breathing and swelling of the nose.
The dog may also have an unusual lump on either side of the nose, along with decreased appetite and noisy breathing.
It is identified by severe noisy breathing problems - once heard, never forgotten - often seen in breeding tups between 18 and 24 months of age.
Noisy breathing (snoring, ruttles) causes great anxiety to parents and is often misinterpreted as wheeze.
Nasal secretions may sometimes block baby's nose, which might cause noisy breathing and irritability leading to excessive cry.
She said Arwyn had very noisy breathing and was diagnosed with a stridor which is a distinctive type of cough when breathing in.
At the end of the first phase, 44% of the infants were reported to have snoring and noisy breathing, while positive allergy test results were reported in 21%.
8226; Dogs that have noisy breathing may have a medical condition.
age <5 years or [greater than or equal to] 65 years; diabetes; chronic heart, lung, or liver disease; asthma; neurologic, neuromuscular, hematologic, or metabolic disorders; immune suppression; cancer; obesity; pregnancy; danger signs [rapid, labored or noisy breathing, lethargy, cyanosis, inability to drink, or convulsion], or hospitalization) (6).