Module 10: The Recovery Room Phase - Angoscia respiratoria | it - 692 - 47847
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Angoscia respiratoria

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    Elikem A.
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    Elikem A.

    In relation to objective two of the learning outcome, it important for staff of the recovery unit to be observant and critical in positioning of recovering patients so as to reduce the risk of respiratory distress.

    Socorro Z.
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    Socorro Z.

    Respiratory distress syndrome are important causes of acute respiratory failure in critically ill patients. This is the reason why close monitoring of patient is very much important after surgery. So many clinical disorders are associated with respiratory distress.

    Tarihi M.
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    Tarihi M.

    Respiratory distress is it more common in obese people?

    Tarihi M.
    NZ
    Tarihi M.

    Respiratory distress can be due to the anesthetic as this relaxes the muscles causing collapsing of muscles

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