bronchitic


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suffering from or prone to bronchitis

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Bronchitic symptoms (daily cough, congestion or phlegm, or bronchitis for three months in a row) are a critical outcome for children with asthma.
Page 3: Common Bush Honeysuckle Fix this sprig's six cherubic wings aloft the page, make them worshipful of the three (fading) clustered trumpets' blare, and below--Asclepias' showy orange lure for the Painted Lady who'd sip its bitter tonic--the same that's steeped for a bronchitic child, the one soul-pressed at her window above a garden-blaze of evening primrose, risen full beneath August's waning moon.
Historically, three clinical types of pulmonary manifestations have been variously described in patients with falciparum malaria, namely bronchitic, pneumonic and bronchopneumonic forms.
Leaf on inflammatory cytokine and mediator induction from alveolar macrophages of chronic bronchitic rats.
Furthermore, a lack of these nutrients may lead to lower lung function and a greater risk of chronic bronchitic symptoms, wheeze, and asthma.
2] levels, bronchitic and asthmatic symptoms were significantly more prevalent.
He was chronically bronchitic from before the time of his immigration.
The postmodern body is usually the erotic one, whereas Porter's is that rather less voguish object--the gouty, scurvy, poxy, scrofulous, constipated, bronchitic one.
I have had a continuous, bronchitic, hacking cough, and have been more physically tired than I can remember.
Blood interleukin-8 production is increased in chemical workers with bronchitic symptoms.
Tra ditionally doctors called bronchitic patients blue boaters and emphysema patients pink puffers.
I'm nearly 60, bronchitic and allergic to dairy products, which means I haven't had milk or cheese for years.
Six volunteers became clinically ill, five with bronchitic symptoms (chest tightness, wheezing, and coughing) and one with pharyngitis.
This was done by comparing chest X-ray and spirometric findings among asthmatic, bronchitic, and normal patients with the goal of improving the sensitivity of diagnostic criteria in making the diagnosis of bronchial asthma at the primary care level.