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Transitional tachypnea of newborn

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What causes hard breathing when suffering from transient tachypnea?

My newborn was diagnosed with TTN and released from the NICU after 3 days on Tuesday, May 13, 2014. She is still breathing hard, obvious at the neck and ribcage, but I was told by her doctor ...
 

Child has dyspnea, tachypnea, hypoxemia, done echo, clicking noise.Doctors say asthma. Is it heart?

daughter has had chronic admissions for dyspnea, tachypnea , hypoxemia. After much insistence on my part (Nurse/mother) the docs agreed to an echo. Results showed "trivial" tricuspid regurgitation ...
 

Toddler has tachypnea, respiratory distress and laryngomalacia. Breathing rapidly while passing stool

My son is 4 months and 3 weeks old. At birth he suffered from Tachypnea , respiratory distress and laryngomalacia . He spent his first 12 days in the ICU . After he was became stable and was able to breast ...
 

What causes physiologic changes during transition to menopause?

On 28 Dec during very early hours, I went to the bathroom not feeling well. When I got to the bathroom, I had passed out, hit my head possibly on the toilet but do not know how long I was out. Other than the gooseberry on my forehead, I felt for...
 

MRI showed mildly dilated endometrium, thickened transitional zone with adenomyosis. Meaning?

I received MRI report which I do not understand. The report says that "Endometrial six times shows adenocarcinoma. Also it comments that the endometrium is mildly dilated measuring up to 7mm. Transitional zone ...
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What causes increased blood count with fever?

well and is fully immunized.      A physical exam revealed a slight fever and tachypnea; decreased left ...
 

Is there any online treatment for temperature transition allergy ?

i am swastik. am from lucknow . in the last week of jan. and feb. there is this allergy to me in which i get pinning sansations whenever there is transition from cold to higher temperatures ...
 

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I need a doctor who specializes in slow colon transit in the OKC area. I may have other problems, like digesting foods. My EGD test was fine but have done a test to show I have a slow colon transit. I ...
 

What does Gland Parenchyma of transitional zone indicate?

I have BPH wt 53gm,PSA9.17 with acute prostatitis.urine culture was positve proteus pus cells 10^5cfu sensitve to 17iteams.1 mo.back taken nitrofuradantn responded well but now I have UTI. PSA on 5/11 is 4.36,free PSA1.07&trnsrectal usg shows...
 

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How do I transition into Estroven after abdominal hysterectomy?

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Dosage of colimax for newborn baby?

colimax drops how frequently, for maximum how many days to be given to newborn for colic . & when the cycle can be rpted ? One of our known baby was given three times a day x 6 tmhs routinely in 1st 8 mths ...
 

What is the prognosis for newborn hepatitis?

our newborn grandchild was diagnosed w/hepatitis, the type is yet to be determined. However, they had to take a biopsie to determine the diagnoses. the baby was premature by 6 wks and delivered by C ...
 

Loose motions in newborn.

I have delivered 9 days back. My son is passing motions around 15-20 times per day. I donot know what is the cause . Iam just giving breast milk, nothing else. There is no chance of him getting infections ince iam not giving any thing else apart...
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