exhale

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Synonyms for exhale

Synonyms for exhale

to expel air in the process of respiration

Synonyms for exhale

give out (breath or an odor)

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In recent years, non-invasive measurement and monitoring of the fraction of exhaled nitric oxide (FeNO) in exhaled breath has become established as the biomarker of asthma.
Spirosure's patent-protected fractional exhaled nitric oxide breath analyzer combines advanced materials with proprietary algorithms to provide high sensitivity in its ability to detect parts per billion (ppb) particle concentrations.
But what about using exhaled breath for the detection of DNA or RNA--either from pathogens, or endogenous?
Glucose is a non-volatile molecule found in exhaled breath condensates.
Figure 4 shows that when there is no downward plane jet between the two breathing thermal manikins, the exhaled air from the source manikin can easily approach the breathing zone of the target manikin.
With the help of a specially designed device, consisting a silicone microprocessor and mass spectrometer, they measured levels of specific volatile organic compounds known as carbonyls, including aldehydes and ketones, in the exhaled breath of the people.
Preliminary studies by researchers at Cleveland Clinic suggest that an accurate exhaled breath biomarker could be developed for use as a clinical test.
Volatile organic compounds are continuously generated by the human body and partially emitted in exhaled breath and through the skin, as well as other pathways.
used fractional exhaled nitric oxide (FENO) as a marker of lung inflammation.
The company founders made the discovery that exhaled nitric oxide (eNO) is an effective biomarker of eosinophilic airway inflammation.
Measurements of the fraction of exhaled nitric oxide ([Fe.
SAN ANTONIO -- Exhaled nitric oxide, a marker of airway inflammation, is a much better measure of asthma than the assessment of symptoms or lung function tests, according to Joseph D.
And the presence or absence of elevated exhaled nitric oxide also can guide physicians in monitoring treatment response, he added.
In this practice, you are contracting from the pelvic floor all the way up to the diaphragm, and this is done after you have exhaled all your air.
A few hundred feet below the summit, fumaroles exhaled a sulphurous stench.