Recent Examples on the WebBut dyspnea is a medical emergency, after all, so in many cases there was simply no time for that last call, or anyone available to arrange it.
Zeynep Tufekci, The Atlantic, 9 July 2020 In severe cases, the novel coronavirus can cause labored breathing (dyspnea), which progresses into acute respiratory distress in critical cases.
Daniel Tenreiro, National Review, 1 May 2020 There are three major reasons people feel a sense of dyspnea, or labored breathing, Moss said.
Fox News, 28 Apr. 2020 The most common adverse reactions (≥20%) seen in patients receiving Opdivo were fatigue, musculoskeletal pain, cough, dyspnea, and decreased appetite.
Rachel Reiff Ellis, Woman's Day, 17 Mar. 2020
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borrowed from Latin dyspnoea, borrowed from Greek dýspnoia, from dýspnoos, dýspnous "short of breath" (from dys-dys- + -pnoos, nominal ablaut derivative from the base of pnéō, pneîn "to breathe") + -ia-ia entry 1 — more at sneeze entry 1