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146 Possible Causes for Poor Respiratory Effort

  • Bradyarrhythmia

    Her pulse rate was 56/min, BP of 70/50 mmHg with poor respiratory efforts. She was intubated and connected to mechanical ventilator immediately.[]

  • Neonatal Intracranial Hemorrhage

    The male neonate presented with poor respiratory effort, decreased muscle tone, and pallor at birth. He developed generalized seizures on day 1 of life.[]

  • Laryngo-Tracheo-Esophageal Cleft

    He showed poor respiratory effort at delivery that improved after resuscitation. APGAR scores were 2 at 1 min, 7 at 5 min and 10 at 10 min.[]

  • Rib Fracture

    Complications Aside from immediate traumatic complications outlined above atelectasis and pneumonia may develop, mainly due to poor respiratory effort secondary to pain, and[] Rarely, severe rib injuries (e.g. flail chest) may be treated with ORIF, often in the setting of other severe traumatic injuries and in the hope that respiratory function[]

  • Pseudohypoparathyroidism Type 1A

    On physical examination, the patient appears exhausted and drowsy, with poor respiratory effort, and minimal breath sounds.[]

  • Neurosurgical Procedure

    Respiratory examination revealed scattered rhonchi, with poor respiratory effort. He was on T-Piece ventilation with FIO2 28% and oxygen saturation of 94%.[] […] physical examination revealed that he had intellectual disability, his maximum temperature was 98F, heart rate was 96 beats per minute, blood pressure was 104/68 mmHg, with respiratory[]

  • Ondine Syndrome

    respiratory effort, and hypoxemia that required ventilatory support.[] Cyanosis and poor respiratory effort were noted shortly after birth.[] […] weighing 2000 g, height: 42 cm and a good Apgar score (7’ – 8’) and good adaptation to the extrauterine environment; at the age of 48 hours the newborn presents hypotonia, poor[]

  • Honey

    Postoperatively, he required prolonged invasive ventilation due to poor respiratory effort which was associated with hypotonia and areflexia.[]

  • Neonatal Myasthenia

    respiratory effort, thus complicating the diagnosis.[] Infants affected by this condition are floppy at birth, and they display poor sucking, muscle tone, and respiratory effort.[] […] patient, born to a mother with myasthenia gravis, suffered additional problems, including hypoxia and subependymal hemorrhage which potentially contributed to hypotonia and poor[]

  • Tonic-Clonic Seizure

    respiratory effort Little or no response to inhaler therapy.[] Signs of life-threatening asthma include any one of the following: Blue tinges at the extremities/lips/earlobes Exhaustion Confusion Decreased level of consciousness Poor[]

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