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Whoosh, wheeze, whoosh, wheeze, thump, thump... by Fumasivil Posted Fri 12 Mar 2010 12:15am Just been on a fi rst aid refresher course as I need to refresh my first aid skills after 3 years. It's the first time I've been with the CI. It was quite an interesting experience and finally after all these years I was able to discern the different sounds that those with laboured breathing sound like - asthmatic attack, heart attack, hypervent ... Read on »
Pant Wheeze Pant Wheeze by Glenn Jones Posted Wed 25 Aug 2010 9:35am That about sums up yesterday’s run. Hill repeats on what is quickly becoming my least favorite place in Southern California – the hill on San Joaquin Hills Road from the back bay to Jamboree. 120 feet up in 1/4 mile. Then back down to repeat. Eight times. A one mile warm up and a one mile cool down made for six tough miles. Well – at least the ... Read on »
HOW COLDS CAUSE COUGHS AND WHEEZES by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Sat 31 Mar 2012 10:03pm Society for General Microbiology Cold-like infections make ‘cough receptors’ in the airways more sensitive, making asthmatics more prone to bouts of coughing and wheezing, reveal scientists presenting their findings at the Society for General Microbiology’s Spring Conference in Dublin. The work could lead to drugs ... Read on »
I'm wheezing, which ticks me off! by Sherri Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 3:57am Each day I follow almost the same routine. Get up, fix a pot of coffee, drink a cup, take my Advair, and drink about 20 oz of water while eating a banana or apple. About 10-15 minutes before my run/walk or any exercise I take 2 puffs on my fact-acting inhaler. Same routine for me this morning. It's Sunday and I got a later start than I wante ... Read on »
Your Child is Wheezing: Could it be the Sign of a Milk Allergy? by Baby Health Blog .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 4:33pm The signs of a milk protein allergy aren’t always as cut and dry as parents would like. I often receive calls from worried parents about wheezing or respiratory problems in their babies, wondering if it could be a symptom. Unfortunately, these problems may or may not be a sign of a milk protein allergy. In general, a child with a milk alle ... Read on »
Can a girl get a wheeze? Please? by Gertrude Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Apr 2009 11:40pm I like lung sounds. I like hearing different types of lungs sounds. I listen to lung sounds on pretty much all my patients and depending on your problem I may listen to them over and over. Your lung sounds tell us so much about you. In the absence of x-rays and lab tests, all we have to "see" into your lungs are our ears. Wet noises, nasty chunky t ... Read on »
Wheezometer – Medical Device To Measure Wheezing Before and After Tests by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 07 Oct 2009 10:01pm This company makes a coupe other interesting products too, like the Cough Counter.   There will be nothing soon that occurs in or out of our bodies that will not be accounted for (grin).  The Wheezometer can help determine the effectiveness of asthma medications and allow for change and modification.  BD  From the website: Physicians: Pe ... Read on »
Choppy Water and Asthmatic Wheezing by Dr. Heather S. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:23pm It didn't feel like a good day for me. The ocean swim was really choppy and the field of swimmers was crowded. Normally, I get into my groove about a third of the way through and I get comfortable swimming the course. Not this time. I was short of breath the whole time. Wheezing, no less. It's a little known secret, and somethin ... Read on »
Oral Steroids Ineffective in the Treatment of Preschool Virus-Induced Wheezing by Ed H. Doctor of Pharmacy Posted Sun 25 Jan 2009 3:45pm A new study from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry has found that a common treatment for wheezing in preschool children is no more effective than a placebo. The findings, reported in the January edition of The New England Journal of Medicine, call into question national guidelines for the treatment of viral-induced wheezing ... Read on »
Chest Xrays in Wheezing Children? by Poh Tin Tan Posted Wed 15 Jul 2009 8:06pm Radiographic Pneumonia Uncommon in Children With Wheezing by Laurie Barclay & Penny Murata July 10, 2009 — Because radiographic pneumonia in children with wheezing but without fever is uncommon, the routine use of chest radiography in these children should be discouraged, according to the results of a prospective cohort study reported in t ... Read on »