In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Other diagnoses of similar symptoms might be croup, a foreign object in the throat, or other non-serious causes of swelling of the epiglottis.
- These types of virus do not always cause the breathing difficulties associated with croup.
- In children with croup, viral infection causes this area to become inflamed and edematous, which can lead to obstruction.
- Adenovirus often affects the lower respiratory tract as well, causing bronchiolitis, croup, or viral pneumonia, which is less common but can cause serious illness in infants.
- The same virus that can cause croup also causes the flu and common cold.
- Children who are born prematurely or who have a history of lung disease, such as asthma, may develop severe breathing difficulties if they get croup.
- Diagnosis was delayed with epiglottitis considered only after standard treatment for croup resulted in no clinical improvement.
- At least 90% of children with cough have a respiratory tract infection such as a cold, croup, bronchitis, bronchiolitis, whooping cough, or pneumonia.
- Bronchiolitis was the most common diagnosis, followed by pneumonia and croup.
- They are responsible not just for coughing and sniffling, but also for sore throat, croup, pharyngitis, laryngitis and bronchitis.
- Certain infections in children, most notably croup and epiglottitis, can also cause airway obstruction.
- The girl can't seem to stay awake and her breathing sounds raspy, like she might have croup or cholera - both childhood illnesses.
- In addition to the effects on the upper airway, the infections that cause croup can result in inflammation further down the airway, including the bronchi (breathing tubes) and the lungs.
- For newborns, colds can quickly develop into croup, pneumonia or another serious illness.
- Adults may simply have a cold with laryngitis, but children may develop croup.
- In children, fever associated with dyspnea usually implies an infectious cause, such as pneumonia, croup, or bronchiolitis.
- Pneumonia, diarrhoea and croup are the other major complications precipitated by measles, which contribute to increased mortality.
- Most children with croup get better without problems.
- Steam often helps children with mild cases of croup to breathe easier.
- While the birth of a child is often a special time for families for women it is also a time characterised by colic, croup, cracked nipples, six feeds a day and sheer physical exhaustion.
1(of a horse)grupa feminineancas feminine
- The powerful, level back slopes downward at the croup.
- Length in the neck, shoulder, forearm, croup, and from hip to hock helps a horse take longer strides for his size.
- The horse was still sporting several bald patches due to a skin rash that has clustered near his flank, croup, and hip, but the condition has had no impact on his training.
- The foals bear his unmistakable stamp; an elegant neck and head, good bone, round croup with a full hip and low tail set and a straight forward, suspended movement.
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