respiratory organ


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any organ involved in the process of respiration

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The presence of pathologic lesions was examined with special attention to respiratory organs. Lesions of trachea, bronchi, lungs and air sacs were scored for gross severity.
Vaccination prevented challenge virus replication in the lower respiratory organs, led to faster virus clearance in the upper respiratory organs, and prevented severe disease and death in ferrets, although the HI titers against the rGD/3-NA294R challenge virus were lower than those against the HK125-HYPR8 vaccine virus.
Children are at a higher risk because their lungs and other respiratory organs are smaller, and they spend more time in outdoor physical activities that make them breathe faster and more deeply.
According to the researchers, children are at a higher risk because their lungs and other respiratory organs are smaller, and they spend more time in outdoor physical activities that make them breathe faster and more deeply.
What does it do: The plant contains the alkaloid Sparteine that causes vomiting, purging, depresses the nervous system, lowers the blood pressure and in extreme cases will impair the respiratory organs leading to death.
The toxic material can have a corrosive effect on human tissue, with the potential to damage respiratory organs, eyes, skin, and intestines irreversibly.
6% of deaths in 2016 occurred due to the diseases of the digestive and respiratory organs. Among those died from some infectious and parasitic diseases, a significant proportion are killed from tuberculosis (more than 50%) and mainly at working age.
The infection is clinically manifested as pneumonia and ulcers in the respiratory organs and skin.
For all the considered groups the critical organs and systems are the respiratory organs (HI = 6.0 and 1.4 for children and adults, respectively), and the circulatory system (HI = 6.6 and 1.4 for children and adults, respectively).
LACKING lungs or other specialised respiratory organs, earthworms breathe through their skin.
Honey is very effective in the treatment of some pathological conditions of the intestinal tract, the respiratory organs, the heart, and the nerves.
"It appears that when the baby was being breast-fed, it may have inhaled some milk into its lung and respiratory organs, which caused the pneumonia," zoo director Toshimitsu Doi said.
There are rather old studies that have demonstrated the beneficiary effects of raw garlic as well as garlic extract in the treatment of patients with different inflammatory diseases of the respiratory organs (Margolina, 1948; Vorob'eva, 1957; Bulatov et al., 1965) and in prevention of virus infections, including influenza (Nagai, 1973).