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Status Asthmaticus is a chronic respiratory disorder in which a person experiences difficulty in breathing, accompanied by wheezing and a “tight” chest. Additional symptoms can be a dry cough and vomiting (usually in children).

An asthma attack may start suddenly. The fear and worry that this causes can prolong the attack.

Attacks are caused by a narrowing of the small bronchial tubes in the lungs.

The most common kind of asthma (allergic bronchial asthma) is caused by an allergic reaction.

Many pollens, molds, dust (especially dust containing the house mite), and animal hair and dander can cause allergic-type asthma attacks.

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