respiratory disease

NOUN
  1. a disease affecting the respiratory system
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How To Use respiratory disease In A Sentence

  • This plant is useful for both acute and chronic respiratory diseases, including acute influenza, earache, sinusitis and sore throat.
  • Influenza, or the flu, is an infectious and contagious respiratory disease leading to symptoms from a simple dry cough, runny nose and sore throat to a fever or chills.
  • Smoking places you at serious risk of cardiovascular and respiratory disease.
  • Avicenna discusses respiratory diseases in volume three of the Canon of Medicine, covering the functional anatomy and physiopathology of the pulmonary diseases that were known in his time in detail. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • He died of a respiratory disease. Times, Sunday Times
  • Respiratory disease should occur to people to avoid crowded areas, and ground to wear a mask.
  • The ward in Rotterdam had the fewest general paediatric cases, containing children with cardiac, oncological, renal, and respiratory disease.
  • Patients with multiple comorbidities, especially respiratory disease and malignancy, before surgery for hip fracture are at higher risk of mortality
  • Most victims will be people with respiratory diseases or immune system deficiencies, along with patients recovering from operations. The Sun
  • This is the first non-drug treatment for asthma, and it's a very promising technology for patients who have been taking all the medications and whose symptoms are still not completely controlled," says Ali I. Musani, director of interventional pulmonology at National Je wish Health in Denver, which specializes in respiratory diseases. New Surgery to Treat Asthma
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