What is the difference between respiratory distress and respiratory arrest?
Respiratory distress is a condition in which a person is experiencing difficulty/labored/abnormal breathing. Respiratory distress can be caused by asthma, fluid build up in the lungs, damage to the lungs, or infections in the lungs.
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Respiratory arrest is a condition in which a person is not able to breath at all (it is also known as respiratory failure). Respiratory distress can...
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from Pathophysiology TextbookChapter 9 / Lesson 10