Acute respiratory insufficiency syndrome

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The syndrome of acute respiratory failure has different causes of occurrence. The emergence of symptoms of acute respiratory failure requires the provision of emergency care and further hospitalization.

The syndrome of acute respiratory insufficiency is a pathological condition characterized by a sharp change in the process of gas exchange in the lungs. This is typical for all critical states of the body, as well as for some diseases. The syndrome of acute respiratory failure can be caused by many factors and has its own characteristic features.

Causes of acute respiratory failure syndrome

Causes of acute respiratory failure can be of two types: extrapulmonary and pulmonary. The extra-pulmonary causes of the syndrome of acute respiratory insufficiency include:

  • Disturbance of central respiration;
  • Dysfunction of the musculoskeletal system of the chest (inability to breathe air into full breasts);
  • Disruption of oxygen circulation.

There are also pulmonary causes of acute respiratory failure:

  • Pulmonary obstruction;
  • Reduction of the surface area of ​​the lungs.

Signs of acute respiratory failure syndrome

The syndrome of acute respiratory failure has its own characteristic features:


Acute respiratory insufficiency syndrome

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