respiratory system

  1. the system for taking in oxygen and giving off carbon dioxide; in terrestrial animals this is accomplished by breathing
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How To Use respiratory system In A Sentence

  • Bronchial asthma is a respiratory system condition in which the air tubes to the lungs become especially vulnerable to constriction.
  • The highest tree pollen count in three years triggered a dangerous air quality warning Friday in Chicago, where allergist Dr. Joseph Leija warned in a statement: "Itchy eyes, stuffy noses and fatigue will be common among Chicagoans with sensitive respiratory systems. The nose knows: Allergy season here with vengeance
  • The bones were hollow and thin-walled, but also pneumatic: that is, they had openings in their walls that allowed air sacs from the respiratory system to enter the bones.
  • It strengthens energy, digestion and the respiratory system, easing fatigue, shortness of breath, loss of appetite, diarrhea and prolapsed organs.
  • Inhaling nitric acid fumes can cause irritation or burns to the respiratory system and may lead to pneumonia and a collection of fluid in the lungs, which can be fatal.
  • On the contrary, the morphology and evolution of vertebral pneumaticity in sauropods suggests that their respiratory systems were more similar to those of birds than to those of crocodiles.
  • Good respiratory system and hand hygiene is pretty much all you can do. Two companies, two different ways of dealing with Swine Flu
  • We focus on varying diseases relating to respiratory system, digestive system, cardio-cerebral vascular system, antineoplastic, bone diseases-modifying antirheumatic, gynecological, and refill nutrition, among others. Business Wire Travel News
  • The strain on the respiratory system is immense during a race. Times, Sunday Times
  • These gases would seriously damage the patient's respiratory system.
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