Asthmatic Sentence Examples
I am an asthmatic, can I carry an inhaler?
The areas of research are listed below Increased epithelial permeability in airways is known to be associated with the hyperactivity of the asthmatic airway.
Furthermore, in mice we can model the phenomenon known as airway hyperresponsiveness, which is a feature of the asthmatic airway hyperresponsiveness, which is a feature of the asthmatic airway.
Except at the times when he's playing a dying asthmatic.
Airway response to stimuli There are three phases to the asthmatic response of an atopic asthmatic following exposure to an allergen.Advertisement
In his case it is that he is a chronic asthmatic.
Although I live near Colney I have used A&E whilst in the city as my daughter is a severe asthmatic.
It has been documented that environmental factors such as air pollution can provoke or aggravate asthma symptoms in those who are already asthmatic.
The histamine produces swelling and irritation of the upper airways and causes typical hay fever and asthmatic symptoms.
Virus infection induced late cell lysis in asthmatic cells but not in normal cells.Advertisement
Rover gets a slightly longer run-up accompanied by the asthmatic heavy breathing sound effect.
Not so, for some unaccountable reason Bloggy decides to room with Kevin who then proceeds to snore all night like an asthmatic camel.
Sulfites, another additive, have been found to cause asthmatic reactions and even anaphylactoid reactions.
It reduces the frequency of asthmatic attacks and is suitable for long-term use.
All health professionals with responsibility for an asthmatic's drug therapy should have an up-to-date list of the drugs and doses being used by the child.Advertisement
Asthmatic children should wear a suitable identification bracelet with a list of drugs being used, in case of an emergency room admission.
Aspirin and aspirin-like medications are common triggers for asthma attacks in as many as 30 percent of asthmatic children.
Leukotrienes-Substances that are produced by white blood cells in response to antigens and contribute to inflammatory and asthmatic reactions.
Further exposure can rapidly lead to an asthmatic response.
Inhaling tobacco smoke (from secondhand smoke or smoking) can irritate the airways and trigger an asthmatic attack.Advertisement
Wheezing is often very obvious, but mild asthmatic attacks may be confirmed when the physician listens to the patient's chest with a stethoscope.
Asthmatic attacks may last only a few minutes or can go on for hours or even days (a condition called status asthmaticus).
The best drug treatment plan will control asthmatic symptoms while causing few or no side effects.
These anti-inflammatory drugs are often given to children as the initial treatment to prevent asthmatic attacks over the long term.
There is a risk that this treatment may cause the airways to become narrowed and bring on an asthmatic attack.Advertisement
Steroids also may help if a viral infection caused severe asthmatic symptoms.
For example, some health care providers consider being overweight, asthmatic, or having a previous high risk pregnancy as a current high risk.
For severe allergies, you may even have to clear these foods and food products from your environment because these substances can be released into the air and still cause an asthmatic reaction.
Either way, eating a healthy diet to lose weight helps reduce asthmatic symptoms.
Another diet related change to help relieve asthmatic symptoms is the addition of natural anti-inflammatory foods.
Potassium nitrate is chiefly used to make nitre paper, which on burning emits fumes useful in the treatment of the asthmatic paroxysm.
He uttered his short, weighty, and pointed sentences with a power of voice, and a justness and energy of emphasis, of which the effect was rather increased than diminished by the rollings of his huge form, and by the asthmatic gaspings and puffings in which the peals of his eloquence generally ended.
For asthmatic and consumptive troubles its restorative influence is indisputable.
The preparation gives off dense fumes which afford great relief to the asthmatic paroxysm.
Though a man of great personal strength, Arkwright never enjoyed good health, and throughout his career of invention and discovery he laboured under a severe asthmatic affection.
He was now affected by a severe asthmatic complaint; but to those who advised him to take some rest, he answered, "I had rather wear out than rust out."