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Feeling like you are not able to get enough air (air hunger).
Feeling that you can't get enough air (air hunger) or need to sit up to breathe.
Kussmaul Breathing is also referred to as air hunger.
The patient feels an urge to breathe deeply, an "air hunger", and it appears almost involuntary.
The man, desperate for oxygen, had begun to mouth-breathe, exhibiting what doctors call "air hunger."
I felt panic and air hunger.
In this situation, the patient may feel the pain or pressure of surgery, hear conversation or experience air hunger or difficulty breathing.
If one does not inhale, the level of carbon dioxide builds up in the blood, and one experiences overwhelming air hunger.
There is frequently a vague history, and they can appear surprisingly well, without the obvious dehydration and air hunger of younger ketoacidotic patients.
But, Ms. Pitorak said, supplying oxygen is not the way to relieve this "air hunger" because a dying person usually cannot benefit from it.
Dyspnea, described as shortness of breath or air hunger, is a common symptom in people with cancer during the final days or weeks of life.
She was receiving nasal oxygen, had an IV and was sitting in bed suffering from what was obviously severe air hunger.
Opioids decrease the perception of air hunger, regardless of the underlying pathophysiology and without causing respiratory depression.
In cases of airway compression, manual strangling leads to the frightening sensation of air hunger and may induce violent struggling.
Air Hunger comes from a medical condition, Kussmaul Breathing, which is the rapid, deep, and labored breathing of people who are in a diabetic coma.
Thus there are receptors that detect heat, cold, itch, pain, taste, hunger, thirst, muscle ache, visceral sensations and so-called air hunger, the need to breathe.
His father was 86, septic, had deteriorating lung function, an advance directive with a DNR, and he had started to receive morphine for air hunger.
She also became aware of dizziness as if she were spinning, and a terrible sense of air hunger, as if she were smothering.
As a result, breathing low-pressure air or a gas mixture with no oxygen at all (such as pure nitrogen) can lead to loss of consciousness without ever experiencing air hunger.
Surviving a shipwreck gave him a variety psychological issues - fearlessness followed by nightmares, claustrophobia, air hunger, exaggerated empathy, he said - but it also forged lifelong connections with fellow survivors.
The condition can be recognized by severe air hunger, hypoxia, jugular venous distension, hyperressonance to percussion on the affected side, and a tracheal shift away from the affected side.
This definition is also followed by several other sources, including for instance Merriam-Webster, which defines Kussmaul breathing as "abnormally slow deep respiration characteristic of air hunger and occurring especially in acidotic states".
The organic sense, per se, refers only to sensation from the internal organs, or viscera, but can, however, be expanded to include certain physiological processes, such as hunger, thirst, drowsiness and air hunger.
Although less effective at inducing unconsciousness than its vascular counterpart, the air choke causes excruciating pain and air hunger, and in combat sports a fighter will usually submit to such a submission hold.