Usage examples for dyspnoea

  1. Thus Dr. O'Dwyer, realizing all the difficulties of this new method of treatment, solved them, as experience proved that the tubes could be made of still smaller calibre than had been hitherto supposed and yet be efficient in relieving respiratory dyspnoea. – Makers of Modern Medicine by James J. Walsh
  2. My dyspnoea gets worse at an accelerated rate, and all I care for now is to get home- doing nothing on the way. – The Letters of William James, Vol. II by William James
  3. Matheson recommends it as an antispasmodic and has employed it also in dyspnoea of cardiac origin. – The Medicinal Plants of the Philippines by T. H. Pardo de Tavera
  4. At the beginning, while the cold was still tolerable, the effect of the humors from the surface of the body to the central organs had caused only a slight derangement of the functions of these organs, like dyspnoea, mental weakness, in some more or less indifference, a disregard of their surroundings; in short, all those symptoms of what was called at that time " Russian simpleton." – Napoleon's Campaign in Russia Anno 1812 by Achilles Rose
  5. Suppose a blister to diminish a man's pain, effusion or dyspnoea to the saving of twenty per cent. – The Complete PG Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (The Physician and Poet not the Jurist)
  6. On Monday evening, however, dyspnoea and dysphagia appear again in an aggravated form. – On Snake-Poison: its Action and its Antidote by A. Mueller
  7. In the first case in which it was employed it was a failure, inasmuch as the patient died from the progress of the diphtheria, though the notes of the case show that after the introduction of the tube the dyspnoea was relieved and the child breathed with comparative ease for the sixteen hours that elapsed before death took place. – Makers of Modern Medicine by James J. Walsh
  8. These are intense pallor, faintness, giddiness, dilatation of pupils, paroxysmal dyspnoea, rapid, intermittent, and weak pulse, nausea and vomiting, intense prostration verging on collapse, and convulsions. – Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology by W. G. Aitchison Robertson
  9. Such forced or labored breathing is a common symptom in serious lung diseases, " bloat" in cattle, or any condition that may cause dyspnoea. – Common Diseases of Farm Animals by R. A. Craig, D. V. M.
  10. Dyspnoea, depression, cold extremities, headache, purple line round the gums. – Aids to Forensic Medicine and Toxicology by W. G. Aitchison Robertson