Difficulty Breathing After General Anesthesia

Posted by on Jul 26, 2019 in Respiratory problems | 0 comments

Difficulty Breathing After General Anesthesia

We’ve all been in that dark place. Regardless of the surgery, the problematic breathing is always the same. Anesthesia – at least for the most part- is a blessed game-changing piece of medicine. No longer will we suffer from painful dental incisions or procedures. Those dental treatments and the tools … Read the rest

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Ineffective breathing pattern

Posted by on Jun 25, 2019 in Respiratory problems | 0 comments

Ineffective breathing pattern

Ineffective breathing pattern is when during inspiration and expiration, there is no adequate ventilation. This is where the timing, depth, rate of the breathing pattern is altered. When the pattern for breathing is not effective then the oxygen does not get to the cells. Failure of respiratory may be related … Read the rest

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Coughing after General Anesthesia

Posted by on Jun 19, 2019 in Respiratory problems | 0 comments

Coughing after General Anesthesia

If you’ve ever gone under the knife, you’ve likely had some form of anesthesia.  As a matter of fact even dentistry makes use of it for the likes of surgical extraction. Meanwile, while you’re probably very grateful for general anesthesia during the surgery, post-operation might be a completely different story. … Read the rest

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Developing Asthma After Quitting Smoking

Posted by on Jun 18, 2019 in Respiratory problems | 0 comments

Developing Asthma After Quitting Smoking

This most likely isn’t the first occasion when you’ve heard that asthma and smoking don’t go very well together. Be that as it may, you may not understand that stopping smoking when you have asthma is the most significant advance you can take to ensure your lungs and counteract manifestations … Read the rest

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Dentists Lung Disease

Posted by on Jun 15, 2019 in Respiratory problems | 0 comments

Dentists Lung Disease

A rare lung disease known as idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) seems to be affecting dentists and dental technicians. CDC (Center of Disease Control and Prevention) researchers have discovered a group of dentists diagnosed with this disease, also known as dentist’s lung disease, leading the CDC to caution that dentists and … Read the rest

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Breathing Problems in Children

Posted by on May 25, 2019 in Respiratory problems | 0 comments

Breathing Problems in Children

Breathing problems in children are mainly caused by respiratory infection which can either be caused by internal or external factors. You can learn what these factors are when you visit online or when you consult a doctor. Breathing problems may be related to the upper or lower respiratory system where … Read the rest

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