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Synonyms for cough

clear your throat

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frog or tickle in your throat

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Synonyms for cough

a sudden noisy expulsion of air from the lungs that clears the air passages

exhale abruptly, as when one has a chest cold or congestion

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13] Chronic cough affects approximately 10% of the adult population and suffering from chronic cough can affect the quality of life negatively.
Privately held Menlo Therapeutics is focused on the development of serlopitant, a once-daily oral NK1 receptor antagonist, for the treatment of pruritus associated with various underlying dermatological conditions, and for refractory chronic cough.
And a significantly higher proportion of HIV-positive veterans reported chronic cough and/or phlegm (66% versus 55% without HIV).
In logistic regression model, after adjusting for covariates, odds of reduced percentage predicted FEV1 for workers who had chronic cough was aOR: 3.
If they have a chronic cough, it may become more frequent and more severe, and their sputum may increase in amount or change in color.
In this study of a cohort of residents in Beijing, we revealed that living near a major road is associated with lower FEV1%, a higher prevalence of chronic cough, and lower EBC pH values.
The Chronic Cough Enigma is a straightforward, clearly written explanation of the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of a medical puzzle that afflicts millions.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Chronic cough
Chronic cough is a frequent reason for medical referrals in childhood.
According to the lawsuit, as a result of exposure to toxic mold, White suffered fatigue, short-term memory loss, chest and rib pain, chronic cough, nausea, vomiting, depression and anxiety.
However, the mass of the patient in this study was located incidentally after chronic cough had developed for 2 years.
1) Most trials combined patients with nonspecific subacute and chronic cough.
A 58-year-old man with a remote history of choking on a chicken bone 5 years earlier presented with chronic cough but had no remarkable clinical examination findings.
Doctors describe a persistent or chronic cough as one lasting more than eight weeks.
Referral rates to secondary care for further investigation of chronic cough are reported as between 10 percent (Morice et al, 2006) and 38 percent (Field et al 2009).
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