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Academic Article "Tightness" sensation of asthma does not arise from the work of breathing.
Academic Article Time course of air hunger mirrors the biphasic ventilatory response to hypoxia.
Academic Article The air hunger response of four elite breath-hold divers.
Academic Article BOLD fMRI identifies limbic, paralimbic, and cerebellar activation during air hunger.
Academic Article The perception of respiratory work and effort can be independent of the perception of air hunger.
Academic Article When it's hard to breathe, maybe pain doesn't matter. Focus on "Dyspnea as a noxious sensation: inspiratory threshold loading may trigger diffuse noxious inhibitory controls in humans".
Academic Article Measurement of dyspnea: word labeled visual analog scale vs. verbal ordinal scale.
Academic Article Cough, pain and dyspnoea: similarities and differences.
Academic Article Heavy breathing.
Academic Article Physiologic changes and clinical correlates of advanced dyspnea.
Academic Article The multiple dimensions of dyspnea: review and hypotheses.
Academic Article The affective dimension of laboratory dyspnea: air hunger is more unpleasant than work/effort.
Academic Article Effect of inhaled furosemide on air hunger induced in healthy humans.
Academic Article Dyspnea: mechanisms, evaluation and treatment.
Academic Article Pathophysiology of dyspnea in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a roundtable.
Academic Article An official American Thoracic Society statement: update on the mechanisms, assessment, and management of dyspnea.
Academic Article Reliability and validity of the multidimensional dyspnea profile.
Academic Article No evidence for reduction in dyspnea following lesions of the right insula.
Academic Article Breathlessness in humans activates insular cortex.
Academic Article Using laboratory models to test treatment: morphine reduces dyspnea and hypercapnic ventilatory response.
Concept Dyspnea
Academic Article Dyspnea affective response: comparing COPD patients with healthy volunteers and laboratory model with activities of daily living.
Academic Article Routine dyspnea assessment on unit admission.
Academic Article Unrecognized suffering in the ICU: addressing dyspnea in mechanically ventilated patients.
Academic Article The time-course of cortico-limbic neural responses to air hunger.
Academic Article Multidimensional Dyspnea Profile: an instrument for clinical and laboratory research.
Academic Article Dyspnea: Don't Just Look, Ask!
Academic Article The need to research refractory breathlessness.
Academic Article Prevalence and Predictive Value of Dyspnea Ratings in Hospitalized Patients: Pilot Studies.
Grant Cerebral Mechanisms Underlying Dyspnea
Grant Quantifying a Vital Symptom: Large-scale Inpatient Dyspnea Measurement
Grant AEROSOL FUROSEMIDE FOR DYSPNEA RELIEF: LABORATORY AND CLINICAL STUDIES
Academic Article The Effect of Aerosol Saline on Laboratory-Induced Dyspnea.
Academic Article Routine dyspnea assessment and documentation: Nurses' experience yields wide acceptance.
Academic Article Measuring dyspnoea: new multidimensional instruments to match our 21st century understanding.
Academic Article Treatment of Acute Dyspnea with Morphine to Avert Respiratory Failure.
Academic Article Aerosol furosemide for dyspnea: High-dose controlled delivery does not improve effectiveness.
Academic Article Aerosol furosemide for dyspnea: Controlled delivery does not improve effectiveness.
Academic Article Prevalence of Dyspnea Among Hospitalized Patients at the Time of Admission.
Academic Article A Multidimensional Profile of Dyspnea in Hospitalized Patients.
Academic Article Controlled Delivery of 80 mg Aerosol Furosemide Does Not Achieve Consistent Dyspnea Relief in Patients.
Academic Article Intensive Care Nurses' Perceptions of Routine Dyspnea Assessment.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.