Related formsdysp·ne·al, dysp·ne·ic, adjective
Examples from the Web for dyspnea
The other is accompanied by dyspnea or asthma with a sense of discomfort and tightness of the chest that cannot be overcome.Psychotherapy|James J. Walsh
Dizziness may be complained of and dyspnea is usually marked.
There may be dyspnea and a sense of anguish accompanied with a rapid and feeble pulse.
There comes a time when all forms of exercise must be prohibited on account of the dyspnea, edema, dizziness, etc.
After the dyspnea has passed the edges of the wound should be brought together with sutures.Old-Time Makers of Medicine|James J. Walsh