SOB is the abbreviation for "shortness of breath."
Many it depends on the type of illness.Medicines,inhalers,nebulisation,oxygen,respiratory assistance and so on...
A. vomiting and difficulty breathing AND B. shock, muscular cramping, and nausea
It really depends on what type of chemical, but some common symptoms could be skin irritation, burning eyes, feeling faint, or difficulty breathing.
A nerve agent would cause drooling, breathing difficulty, and vomiting.
The abbreviation I think for syllable is syll is that correct?
Diaphragmatic breathing is common type of breathing. You can not advice the patient not to have such type of breathing. He is bound to go for the same in at least during sleep.
Swelling and pain at the sting site Muscular cramping Nausea or vomiting Difficulty breathing Other symptoms of shock: fast pulse, clammy skin, dizziness, unconsciousness
It depends on the type of battery, and the amount that is ingested. With a normal alkaline battery, symptoms of poisoning include severe pain in the mouth, throat, and stomach, and swelling in the throat leading to difficulty breathing.
Type of breathing exercises
Eosino is an abbreviation for eosinophils, a type of white blood cell.
cu. ml. ... is the usual abbreviation of cubic millilitres.