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IMPACT
HEART
HELP
BRAIN
RESPIRATORY DISTRESS
RESPIRATORY MEDICINE
CARBON DIOXIDE
HYPERVENTILATION
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM MECHANICS
HUMAN RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
COMMON
FUNGUS
WHALES
CHEST
ADDITION
DEFENSES
SKIN
SPORES
INHALED
BODY
GILLS
BREATHING
PANCREAS
INFECTIONS
BRONCHITIS
ASTHMA
EXPOSURE
MOLDS
ALLERGIC REACTIONS
DYSPNEA
OXYGEN
NOSE
CILIA
THROAT
NASAL DISCHARGE
COMMON COLD
ESOPHAGUS
GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
DAMAGE
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
NERVOUS SYSTEM
PERMANENT DAMAGE
PNEUMONIA
RESPIRATORY INFECTIONS
BORDETELLA
WHOOPING COUGH
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Definitions

  1. Respiratory system is represented by gills (ctenidiums) (5) - by two at primitive forms and by one at others.
  2. The respiratory system is lined with a mucous membrane that secretes mucus.
  3. The respiratory system is involved in ventilation (physiology) and cellular respiration. (Web site)
  4. The upper respiratory system is the most commonly infected area in the body.
  5. The human respiratory system is divided into the upper and lower respiratory tracts. (Web site)

Impact

  1. Data obtained in this study provide new insight illustrating the impact of nearly ubiquitous subclinical infections on the respiratory system.

Heart

  1. Diseases of the respiratory system can also produce failure of the heart. (Web site)

Help

  1. As a doctor, I know that the right nutrition is essential to help keep my respiratory system in peak working order. (Web site)

Brain

  1. Flatworms lack a coelom (body cavity), respiratory system, and circulatory system, but are the most primitive invertebrates to have a brain. (Web site)

Respiratory Distress

  1. Respiratory system: respiratory distress, bleeding from lungs e.g., trichothecenes.

Respiratory Medicine

  1. Pulmonology (or chest medicine, respiratory medicine or lung medicine) is concerned with diseases of the lungs and the respiratory system.

Carbon Dioxide

  1. The lungs, part of the excretory as well as respiratory system, expel the carbon dioxide that is a by-product of our cell processes.

Hyperventilation

  1. Hyperventilation, before a snorkel dive, should be avoided at all costs, as it has the effect of flushing out carbon dioxide from the respiratory system.

Respiratory System Mechanics

  1. Effects of inhaled nitric oxide on respiratory system mechanics, hemodynamics, and gas exchange after cardiac surgery. (Web site)
  2. The impact of morbid obesity, pneumoperitoneum, and posture on respiratory system mechanics and oxygenation during laparoscopy. (Web site)

Human Respiratory System

  1. Organisms that frequently live in the human respiratory system can then pass through these openings to reach the meninges and cause infection. (Web site)

Common

  1. Everything you need to know about how is the respiratory system affected during adolescence, including common uses, side effects, interactions and risks.

Fungus

  1. Acute pericarditis is precipitated by a virus, fungus, or bacteria, usually one located in the lungs or upper respiratory system. (Web site)

Whales

  1. Whales have a unique respiratory system that lets them stay underwater for long periods of time without taking in oxygen. (Web site)
  2. Whales don't have vocal cords, so they probably sing by circulating air through the tubes and chambers of their respiratory system. (Web site)

Chest

  1. The lungs are a pair of light, spongy organs in the chest and are the main component of the respiratory system (see Figure 3-4).

Addition

  1. In addition to their role in the respiratory system, the nasal passages house cells called olfactory receptors, which are involved in the sense of smell. (Web site)

Defenses

  1. Defenses of the respiratory system differ from those for ingestion (the route for most mycotoxin experiments). (Web site)

Skin

  1. Vitamin A is essential for the maintenance of healthy epithelial tissue, which is found in the eyes, skin, respiratory system, GI and urinary tracts. (Web site)

Spores

  1. Pet dander, spores in your heat ducts, and the microscopic feces of dust mites also pose a threat to your respiratory system. (Web site)
  2. They produce and release millions of spores, which are small enough to stay airborne threatening to invade the human respiratory system. (Web site)

Inhaled

  1. Since these chemicals are inhaled, they typically cause irritation to the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory system. (Web site)

Body

  1. Blood circulation or respiratory system may then transmit fungus throughout body and additional infection of internal organ may occur.
  2. These chemicals act on tissues in various parts of the body, such as the respiratory system, and cause the symptoms of allergy.

Gills

  1. Respiratory System (gills or lungs). (Web site)

Breathing

  1. Birds of all ages that have oral or respiratory system involvement have difficulty eating and breathing. (Web site)

Pancreas

  1. Other common sites of amyloid accumulation include the brain, joints, liver, spleen, pancreas, respiratory system, and skin. (Web site)

Infections

  1. Infections can affect any part of the respiratory system. (Web site)

Bronchitis

  1. At low levels, hydrogen sulfide irritates the eyes, mucus membranes and the respiratory system and can cause headaches and bronchitis.

Asthma

  1. Asthma is a disease of the respiratory system that causes the airways to constrict and fill with mucous, making the person unable to breathe. (Web site)

Exposure

  1. Recent evidence suggests that this exposure may cause CNS effects in addition to adverse effects in the respiratory system. (Web site)

Molds

  1. Some molds cause sensitization in the upper respiratory system. (Web site)
  2. When molds are inhaled, they are filtered out at various stages of the respiratory system. (Web site)

Allergic Reactions

  1. Some compounds are absorbed by the upper respiratory system, causing irritation and inflammation through sensitization and allergic reactions. (Web site)
  2. The mycotoxin carried by the spore then causes toxic and allergic reactions when inside the air ways and respiratory system. (Web site)
  3. Aberrant nerve impulses predispose the respiratory system to illness via other factors such as infection and allergic reactions. (Web site)

Dyspnea

  1. Respiratory System: Dyspnea, a bronchospasm including asthma-like symptoms. (Web site)

Oxygen

  1. The primary function of the respiratory system is to supply the blood with oxygen in order for the blood to deliver oxygen to all parts of the body.
  2. The breathing in of oxygen and release of carbon from food during metabolism is accomplished through the respiratory system. (Web site)
  3. There is no true circulatory or respiratory system, but like all other animals, flatworms do take in oxygen. (Web site)

Nose

  1. GO: The nose is the specialized structure of the face that serves as the organ of the sense of smell and as part of the respiratory system.
  2. The channels inside the nose and other parts of the respiratory system are purified by this exercise.

Cilia

  1. The nostrils are filled with tiny hairs called cilia whose role it is to prevent large particles entering the respiratory system. (Web site)

Throat

  1. Your doctor may perform a physical examination, focusing on the upper respiratory system, ears, nose, and throat. (Web site)
  2. The upper part of the respiratory system includes the ears, nose, sinuses, mouth, and throat.
  3. A very strong natural remedy, sage can reduce inflammation, protecting the soft tissues of the throat and respiratory system.

Nasal Discharge

  1. Virtually all conditions of the respiratory system cause sneezing, a nasal discharge, or changes in your cat's regular breathing pattern. (Web site)

Common Cold

  1. Acute viral nasopharyngitis, often known as the common cold, is a mild viralinfectious disease of the upper respiratory system (nose and throat). (Web site)

Esophagus

  1. Chest pain can also arise from structures not related to the respiratory system, such as the chest wall, heart, major blood vessels, or esophagus. (Web site)

Gastrointestinal Tract

  1. Enteroviruses have been implicated in infections of the gastrointestinal tract, the respiratory system and in aseptic meningitis. (Web site)
  2. During the challenge, patients are assessed frequently for changes in the skin, gastrointestinal tract and respiratory system. (Web site)
  3. It affects the gastrointestinal tract and respiratory system.

Damage

  1. If neglected, it may seriously damage the respiratory system and even lead to death.

Central Nervous System

  1. Effects: Stimulant of central nervous system, cardiac muscle, and respiratory system, diuretic Delays fatigue. (Web site)

Nervous System

  1. The canine distemper virus (CDV) affects the nervous system, respiratory system, and gastrointestinal tract of dogs of all ages and breeds.
  2. Mollusks have well developed body organs (nervous system, circulatory system, respiratory system, etc.) but lack body segmentation. (Web site)

Permanent Damage

  1. However, chronic conditions of respiratory illnesses are difficult to treat and can cause permanent damage to the respiratory system. (Web site)

Pneumonia

  1. Respiratory system: asthma, dyspnea, pulmonary infections, pneumonia, sinusitis, symptoms of upper respiratory tract infection, respiratory depression. (Web site)

Respiratory Infections

  1. Feline Calicivirus is a viral disease of the upper respiratory system and is responsible for nearly half the upper respiratory infections in cats. (Web site)
  2. CF affects the pancreas, causing digestive problems, and respiratory system, causing difficulty in breathing and susceptibility to respiratory infections.

Bordetella

  1. Bordetella is a common bacterial pathogen of the respiratory system of dogs. (Web site)
  2. Bordetella is a disease that affects a dog's upper respiratory system.

Whooping Cough

  1. Pertussis (or Whooping Cough), is an infection of the respiratory system and characterized by a “whooping” sound when the person breathes in. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Circulatory System
  2. Lungs
  3. Medicine > Anatomy > Organs > Digestive System
  4. Bronchi
  5. Trachea

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