Shortness Of Breath After Pressure On The Chest?
Hello, I’m a man “21 years old TB 173 BB 88 I have complained of shortness of breath. It’s been 4 days of tightness since my friend practiced CPR and pressed my chest with my position as a CPR patient who is still conscious but only one press, feels very tight when This morning it still feels like this, but it’s not like this morning, guess how it should be and how to handle it
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Our chest consists of skin, muscles, bones, heart, lungs, and liver. If there is a disturbance in one of the organs it will cause difficulty breathing or shortness of breath. Shortness of breath in the chest can be caused by:
Injury. The injury that occurs can affect all the organs in the chest. Look for bruises on the chest or the right and left chest that is not symmetrical when breathing. In this injury can be pain in the skin, a pulled chest muscle, broken ribs, broken ribs hitting internal organs in the chest. Anxious. Shortness of breath in certain circumstances is often associated with a person's level of anxiety. Infection of the pulmonary organs is usually characterized by fever and cough. Heart. Shortness of breath due to the heart is different from shortness of breath due to lung problems. Shortness of breath due to the usual heart accompanied by left chest pain and radiating to the left arm. Asthma. An allergic reaction that occurs is usually an asthma attack that can cause shortness of breath. However, a severe allergic reaction can also cause shortness of breath. Pluritis. Inflammation of the lining of the lungs or pleura. Anemia Lung cancer Read also: shortness of breath
Further examination is needed to find out the exact cause of the complaints you are experiencing, such as:
Blood chest X-rays Electrocardiography Spirometry If the complaint persists, it is advisable to see an Internal Medicine Specialist. Immediately come to the nearest hospital if any of the following happens:
Aggravating symptoms Restlessness Cold sweat Nausea and vomiting Loss of consciousness That is the explanation I can convey. Hopefully it can answer the question. Thank you
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono, MCTM