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Detection of pepsin in tracheal secretions after forced small-volume aspirations of gastric juice.
Preparation of Xin Yi Hua applied topically to the nasal mucosa causes a decrease in secretions.
On the basis of information obtained from his colleagues, on March 16 and 17, he was known to have examined, without respiratory protection from droplet secretions, an ill physician in whom SARS subsequently developed.
Feed restriction also attenuated pulmonary inflammation, as evidenced by lower levels of lactate dehydrogenase and total protein, decreased infiltration of neutrophils and eosinophils, and reduced secretion of pro-inflammatory cytokine tumor necrosis factor (TNF)-[Alpha] in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid.
The tissues were weighed as a means of determining the amount of mucus secretion.
For a cough to be effective in removing excess secretions, the sputum must be thin enough for the cough to move it easily through the bronchial tree.
Flexible suction toothbrush that has soft, gentle bristles to remove dental plaque, debris and secretions
In the present study, we investigated the role of peripheral administration of neuromedin S (NMS) on adipokines (adiponectin, leptin and resistin) secretion in 48-h fasting and normal fed adult male Rhesus monkeys.
Upotrebeni sharps / needles and syringes, scalpels, blades, razors contaminated with physiological and pathological secretions /.
The nutritional limitations results in delayed puberty by restricted luteinizing hormone (LH) secretions.
The UAE University group found that the skin secretions from a tiny South American frog can help to destroy MRSA, which kills tens of thousands of people in hospitals, prisons and retirement homes around the world.
Furthermore, microaspiration of secretions occurs around the endotracheal cuff (Young, Rollinson, Downward, & Henderson, 1997), crosses the lengthwise folds of the cuff in varying amounts, and increases the risk for VAP development (Lacherade et al.
Birds protect their feathers by preening them with the secretions of the preen gland.
The greater the velocity of the HFCWO-induced air flow, the greater the force that works to dislodge secretions in the airway.
This view is based on 1) the characteristic morphological organization of glands that clearly show an "allomonal-type" gland construction, comprising undivided, intima-lined, large-scale reservoirs along with a central orifice and 2) emission of secretions that, in most cases, is inducible by mechanical disturbance and frequently is followed by distinct behavioral steps such as "leg dabbing" (sensu Juberthie 1961).