Dyspnoea means difficulty in breathing associated with a sense of distress. It is to be differentiated from hyperpnoea which simply means hyperventilation, as occurs in muscular exercise, and is usually not associated with sense of distress, unless, of course, the exercise very severe. Factors Responsible for Dyspnoea: The factors responsible for dyspnoea may be classified […]
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