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NOUN   a wheeze | wheezes
VERB   to wheeze | wheezed | wheezed
wheezing | wheezes
hijgento wheeze
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Translation for 'wheeze' from English to Dutch

to wheeze
Usage Examples English
  • Congenital malacia of the large airways is one of the few causes of irreversible airways obstruction in children, with symptoms varying from recurrent wheeze and recurrent lower airways infections to severe dyspnea and respiratory insufficiency.
  • Signs of mold-related respiratory problems in an infant include a persistent cough or wheeze.
  • There may also be an audible wheeze.
  • Respiratory distress – this could present in the form of stridor, use or reliance on accessory muscles of respiratory, nasal flaring, or wheeze.
  • In addition, vascular compression may compress the airways during systole with cardiac ejection, resulting in a pulsatile wheeze that corresponds to the heart rate.
  • The term "wheeze" is also used as a clinical condition describing wheezing in preschool children, termed as "preschool wheeze".
  • Sullivan noted the songs' lengths, stating that they were "just enough time for Pollard to wheeze a few oblique lines and guitarist Tobin Sprout to trace out a raucous melody."
  • A native of Tacoma, Washington, he was given the nickname of Wheezer after running around the studios on his first day so much that he began to wheeze.
  • One-third of the participants responded by saying that they regularly have a hard time breathing and frequently wheeze.
  • The most common hippo vocalisation is the "wheeze honk", which can travel over long distances in air.
  • Her research considers wheeze and severe childhood asthma.
  • Among agricultural workers, chlorpyrifos has been associated with slightly increased risk of wheeze, a whistling sound while breathing due to obstruction of the airways.
  • In athletic individuals EILO appears to be a highly prevalent cause of cough and wheeze and can co-exist with EIB.
  • Roger Ebert gave the film one star, calling it a "lame-brained, outdated wheeze" and wondered if Burt Reynolds' part in the film is "karma-wise...
  • Others may have a cough productive of bloody sputum and may also have a wheeze.
  • Sometimes there is shortness of breath on exertion, wheeze, reduced ability to exercise, cough and chest pain.
  • Peper has similarly taught asthmatics who wheeze to better control their breathing.
  • There is a significant association between indoor [...] levels and increased respiratory symptoms such as wheeze, chest tightness and severity of infections among children with asthma.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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