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Irregular breathing pattern ofaseries of shallow breaths that increase in depth and rate, followed by breaths that decrease in depth and rate.
Difficulty in breathing.
Blood in the pleural cavity.
Excess carbon dioxide in the blood.
Prolonged, rapid, and deep breathing
Deficiency in the oxygenation of the blood.
Diminished availability of oxygen in the tissues.
Pneumonia that affects an entire lobe of a lung.
Inflammation of the pleural membranes.
Entrance of air into the space between the pleural membranes, followed by the collapse of the lung.
Inflammation of the nasal cavity lining.
Inflammation of the sinus cavity lining.
Rapid, shallow breathing
Incision in the trachea for exploration or the removal of a foreign object.