Respiratory Failure and Reactive airway disease
dissatisfaction in like manner can happen if your lungs can't really remove
carbon dioxide (a waste gas) from your blood. An intemperate measure of carbon
dioxide in your blood can hurt your body's organs. Respiratory frustration
happens on account of lacking gas exchange by the respiratory system, inferring
that the vein oxygen, carbon dioxide or both can't be kept at standard levels.
A drop in the oxygen passed on in blood is known as hypoxemia; a climb in vein
carbon dioxide levels is called hypercapnia.