breath

(redirected from Exhaled air)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • phrase

Synonyms for breath

Synonyms for breath

the vital principle or animating force within living beings

the act or process of breathing

Synonyms

air breathed out, evidenced by vapor, odor, or heat

Synonyms

Synonyms for breath

the air that is inhaled and exhaled in respiration

an indirect suggestion

a slight movement of the air

References in periodicals archive ?
Table 4 shows the distribution of variables categorized by Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT) and measurement of carbon monoxide in the exhaled air (COex).
The basic additional examinations in the diagnosis of allergic diseases and asthma are: skin tests, evaluation of IgE, levels of nitric oxide in exhaled air and evaluation of eosinophilia.
18 ft/s), the exhaled jet can reach the co-occupant's face directly and may lead to higher exposure, while the effect of this jet has dissipated greatly before reaching the receptor when the exhaled air is released at 6 m/s (19.
The researcher added additional CO2 to the experiments to simulate exhaled air.
In that scenario, the soft surface could create a small enclosure around the baby's mouth and trap exhaled air," said Dr Cheriyan.
In addition, at Regions Hospital and at one extended-stay motel, mercury vapor concentrations were measured with a mercury vapor analyzer near the skin of the youths, and exhaled air mercury vapor concentrations were measured by analyzing air in plastic bags inflated by some of the youths.
The valves open easily during inspiration, closing at the end of inspiration and redirecting all exhaled air through the vocal folds, providing clear, uninterrupted speech.
2] in exhaled air, which ensures that an endotracheal tube is properly inserted into a patient's trachea and not the esophagus (food pipe).
There's a list and descriptions of what water does for the body; a warning that water loss through sweat, urine and exhaled air is constant; and further descriptions of dehydration symptoms.
24 milligram of alcohol per one liter of exhaled air from the current standard of 0.
The virus is found in fluid from the blisters, saliva, exhaled air, milk and dung from infected animals.
The welder's natural breathing action directs exhaled air out of the helmet through four vents, which lead to two thin, recessed openings found on each side of the helmet.
Exhaled air also contains moisture which condenses into water and freezes into a suffocating "ice mask" on the victim's face.
The diver is suspected of receiving an oversupply of oxygen from new equipment designed to recycle exhaled air.