Stridor Demystified: What You Should Know About this Breathing Sound

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Introduction to Stridor

Stridor is a medical term used to describe a specific breathing sound that occurs when there is an obstruction in the airway. It is characterized by a high-pitched, wheezing or raspy sound that is heard during inhalation or exhalation. Stridor can be alarming for both children and adults, as it often indicates an underlying respiratory issue. Understanding the causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for stridor is essential in order to provide appropriate care and management for individuals experiencing this breathing sound.

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