phlegm


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apathy demonstrated by an absence of emotional reactions

expectorated matter

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If you are coughing up a lot of phlegm, it sounds like a chesty cough and it can be normal for it to last a while."
"Or equally if you have a cough with a fever and shortness of breath, any evidence of blood in your phlegm or signs of confusion.
'When people smoke, they have difficulty releasing phlegm because the normal mucociliary function of the airways gets damage, so their ability to cough up phlegm is affected,' she explained.
"The awful thing is that's bad enough, but his family have never quite got those over those last weeks of not being able to help him, him being in agony, finally drowning in his own phlegm because he got pneumonia in the end.
After excluding those missing baseline data on cough and phlegm, 47,357 individuals remained for analysis of prevalent outcomes.
'If it's a dry cough and not productive, no phlegm, you're not short of breath and have no fever, it's OK to wait a bit to see if it resolves,' she said.
The body is a mucus-making machine, producing about (http://www.webmd.com/allergies/features/the-truth-about-mucus) 1 to 1.5 liters of phlegm every day , even when you're healthy.
Participants reported whether they had chronic cough and/ or phlegm and whether they had shortness of breath upon exertion.
Since this study was based on secondary data analysis,4 we did post-hoc sample size calculations using Open-Epi version 3.01 (Atlanta, Georgia).16 For determining the association of spirometric lung pattern, the sample size was calculated by using odds ratio (OR) of 2.44 (cough), 2.35 (phlegm), 6.33 (wheeze) and 2.35 (shortness of breath),17 using 95% confidence interval (CI) and 80% power.
"Dyslipidemia" can be classified as "phlegm," "wet," or "blood turbidity" in Traditional Chinese Medicine, which is caused by overeating greasy food, dysfunction of transportation, and transformation of spleen and stomach, and stagnation of qi and phlegm-dampness.
I THOUGHT I had a chest infection which lasted about three weeks, but noticed blood in the phlegm.
When one peruses medical case histories from the Qing dynasty, one sees constant references to phlegm, tan, as both cause and consequence of disease.
Phlegm's picture of a scaly creature emerging from the water to pluck drowning men and women to safety was rather unsettling given the week's flooding in the city.
Painted over just three days by renowned artist 'Phlegm', it will launch the 2016 City of Colours Festival.