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ASTHMA

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ASTMA - a condition of suffocation. Usually asthma is attributed to suffocation, which occurs paroxysmally due to an increase in heart failure or as a manifestation of an independent disease - bronchial asthma. In case of asthma of any origin, the patient needs to be given a sitting position, to provide fresh air, calm the patient, to help him choose the appropriate breathing rhythm (elimination of "respiratory panic"), then provide him with emergency care, which depends on the cause of asthma (see Bronchial asthma , Cardiac asthma , Dyspnea).