How can airway obstruction be examined?

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Rose’s airway was examined to ensure there are no obstructions. Some of these include; foreign bodies, trauma, patient’s secretion, swelling of the tongue due to anaphylaxis and so on. Due to airway obstruction, a patient may present with paradoxical abdominal and chest movements as well using accessory muscles. On examination, Rose was able to speak and answer questions with interruption of gasps and whistling sounds, referred to as wheezing, which indicated partial airway obstruction. Incomplete...
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