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stridor

[′strīd·ər]
(medicine)
A peculiar, harsh, vibrating sound produced during respiration.
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The majority of patients with AE presented with sore throat as their major complaint,[1],[3] without signs or symptoms of upper airway obstruction such as respiratory distress, drooling, and stridor.
Significantly, there was a history of neonatal stridor in two previous siblings, both male.
Stridor is not decease but a symptom possibly due to different etiologies, depending on age of patients.
There should be a low threshold to obtain a chest X-ray and/or other imaging studies in patients presenting with recurrent pneumonias and/or stridor.
After approximately twenty minutes his stridor settled.
The use of ultrasonography may be a tool to identify patients at risk of stridor following extubation.
His oxygen saturation was 94%, although he had inspiratory and expiratory stridor, a sternal tug and a pulsus paradoxus.
He had a loud inspiratory stridor and suprasternal tug.
There were no neurological deficits and no dysphonia, stridor nor respiratory distress.
KEY WORDS: Foreign Body, Aspiration, Stridor, Wheeze, Bronchoscopy.
Bu yazida agir stridor klinik bulgusu ile argininosuksinik asiduri tanisi konulan bir yenidogan olgusu sunulmustur.