Respiratory conditions impact the lungs and the ability to breath. In this section, find out about the symptoms and treatment of apnea, orthopnea and more.
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A lower respiratory infection is any infection of the trachea, airways or lungs. Learn what a lower respiratory infection is in this article.
Inflammation in your lungs can cause a condition called pleurisy, and, in very severe situations, an abscess in your lung. Learn what inflammation in your lungs can cause from this article.
Hiccups are a complex response caused by a variety of triggers. Learn more about the causes of hiccups in this article.
The hiccups mean that something has irritated the nerves in your diaphragm, causing a spasm. Read this article to learn what hiccups mean.
Altitude sicknesses, like acute mountain sickness and high-altitude pulmonary edema, can be unpleasant and even dangerous. Learn about natural remedies for altitude sickness in this article.
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Acute respiratory failure is a medical emergency that occurs when your blood does not get enough oxygen, has too much carbon dioxide, or both. Learn what acute respiratory failure is in this article.
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Cystic fibrosis occurs in approximately 1 out of 3,000 births. Learn more about cystic fibrosis statistics from this article.
Pleural cavity diseases are those conditions that affect the membrane lining the lungs and chest wall. Learn more about pleural cavity diseases from this article.
Adults can experience a range of respiratory conditions. Learn about common respiratory conditions in adults from this article.
Children can suffer from a range of respiratory conditions; most of the time they are mild but they can develop into a severe infection. Learn more about common respiratory conditions in children from this article.
There are a range of respiratory conditions that can affect infants. Learn more about common respiratory conditions in infants from this article.
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