No Clinical Signs and Symptoms of _____________ Are Present Between
No clinical signs and symptoms of _____________ are present between episodes of respiratory distress.
Respiratory distress becomes progressively more severe for a dental patient with:
A)heart failure as the dental chair is inclined toward a sitting up position
B)heart failure as the dental chair is reclined toward the supine position
C)asthma as the dental chair is reclined toward the supine position
D)hyperventilation as the dental chair is reclined toward the supine position
Wheezing may be present in patients with:
A)paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea
E)A and C
Respiratory distress associated with __________ may be associated with a frothy,pink-tinged sputum and cough.