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Related to paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea: orthopnea, sleep apnea, paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria
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PNDPlan Nacional de Desarrollo (Spanish: National Development Plan; Mexico)
PNDParty Next Door
PNDPump and Dump (stock scam)
PNDPost-Natal Depression
PNDPersonal Navigation Device
PNDPortable Navigation Device
PNDPhilanthropy News Digest
PNDPlanului National de Dezvoltare (Romanian: National Development Plan)
PNDPlug and Display
PNDPostnatal Day
PNDPercentage of Non-Overlapping Data (psychology research)
PNDPost Nasal Drip
PNDParoxysmal Nocturnal Dyspnea
PNDPartido da Nova Democracia (Portuguese political party)
PNDParti National-Démocrate (French: National Democratic Party, Morocco)
PNDPlano Nacional de Desenvolvimento (Portuguese: National Development Plan; Brazil)
PNDDemocratic National Party (Djibouti)
PNDPunk's Not Dead (band)
PNDPlants National Database (USDA)
PNDPre-Natal Diagnosis
PNDPrincipal Neutralizing Domain (molecular biology)
PNDPresent Next Digit
PNDPlug and Display (VESA)
PNDPseudo-Norm Detector
PNDProject Network Diagram (project management)
PNDPronatriodilatin
PNDPartai Nasional Demokrat (Indonesia)
PNDPrimary Navigation Display (aviation)
PNDParty Not Designated (politics)
PNDPosition Navigation Device
PNDPainful Neuropathic Disorder
PNDPersonnel Neutron Dosimetry/Dosimeter
PNDPrice Non-Disclosure
PNDpubertal nondiabetic
PNDPolish National Department
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Paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, the complaint of frequently awakening with shortness of breath and coughing during the night, is common.
Genetic testing is also available Interstitial lung Interstitial pattern on chest disease x-ray and thin-cut CT scan of lungs Pneumonia Fever, chills, cough, and infiltrate on chest x-ray Congestive Orthopnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, heart failure and characteristic chest x-ray findings Pulmonary Breathing difficulty and chest embolism pain usually of sudden onset.
When we performed a logistic regression with acute destabilized HF as the dependent variable and age, sex, eGFR, history of acute destabilized HF, and the presence of orthopnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, nocturnal cough, jugular venous distension, pulmonary rales, third heart sound, and peripheral edema as independent variables (excluding MR-proANP, BNP, and NT-proBNP), we obtained a diagnostic accuracy of 79% for this statistical model.
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