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What Is A Normal Pulse Ox For Someone With Asthma
Around 95%...: Between exacerbations, an asthmatic's pulse ox is normal since airway obstruction in asthma is reversible by definition. During an asthma exacerbation, the airways are obstructed/inflamed to a certain degree depending on the severity of the exacerbation and the pulse ox may decrease. Supplemental oxygen may then be necessary to maintain oxygen delivery to vital organs/tissues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Asthma is a disease of the lungs caused by chronic inflammation of the airways most often caused by allergies. This inflammation results in airway swelling and hyperactivity leading to difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, dry cough, etc. MIT is a diagnosis made by combining clinical ...Read more
History of asthma, pneumonia less than 1 month ago. Chest heavy, pulse ox 93/94. Burning up checks beat red but feel cold and hurts all over? How bad?
Help. My 9 yr old son has been sick n has asthma.now having a rough time breathing. Pulse ox is btwn 91 to 93 w/1st treatment when do I go to er?
Asthma to ER: You do need to take your child to ER with these symptoms and the pulse oximetry. ...Read more
I have allergic asthma. I feel really sick (dizziness, tight chest, cough) but I never have a pulse ox below 98 so PCPs don't take it seriously. Do I really need a $1K consult with a pulmonologist?
Asthma: Just because you don't have a low oxygen saturation does not mean you don't have significant asthma. Have they done pulmonary function testing? You need to see a Family Doc experienced with Asthma, an Allergist or a Pulmonologist. I see no reason it should cost that much. This is an everyday problem that we care for all the time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have asthma and a pulse oximeter. I use it to check when I get an asthma attack. What Spo2 is normal? So I know when to go to the ER. I am 25.
When it gets worse: I agree with Dr Grieve that pulse oximetry is useless in monitoring asthma .The rule of thumb is symptoms . If you are waking up at night from asthma more than 2x/wk, using your rescue inhaler nearly daily, or the breathing is getting progressive worse, you need to see your doctor. Lung function monitoring helps but the readings do not always correlate with severity of your asthma. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 3 year old has asthma and is wheezing heavily. His pulse is around 130 bpm. Is this normal or should I take him to the er?
Acute wheezing: Hopefully by now you have already done so. ...Read more
Oximeter is giving a reading of 92 with a pulse of 103 for a 3 year old that has asthma while asleep after xopenex (levalbuterol). Is this normal?Is oxygen too low?
See below: A pulse ox of 92% indicates a moderate asthma attack. Pulse is normal. More importantly is wether or not your child is responding to treatment. Proper treatment can prevent the attack from becoming severe with a pulse ox <90%. You want to prevent that. CALL YOUR PEDIATRICIAN FOR ADVICE. If unable to reach he/she have your child evaluated in ER/EC ...Read more
Have asthma took otc sinus medicine bp 134/66 pulse 55 is that high usually run 116/62 feel like i have a cold .
Mgt: Coricidin is one choice, and I would recommend nasal saline rinses. Closely monitor your BP and please discontinue the OTC sinus medicine A follow up appointment is advised. ...Read more
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