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  • This is most likely the cause of respiratory health problems he suffered throughout his life.
  • Birds have one of the most complex respiratory systems of all animal groups.
  • A few weeks later he returned to the hospital with respiratory issues.
  • He had been ill for some time with respiratory problems.
  • It also plays a role in executive function and respiratory control.
  • Extensive non-respiratory injury can also cause one to cough up blood.
  • Not every brachycephalic dog will develop respiratory problems, but most will to some degree.
  • Pure oxygen has use in medical treatment of people who have respiratory difficulties.
  • However, this is not true of less developed countries where work conditions are poor and respiratory equipment is seldom used.
  • If not treated immediately they may die from respiratory failure.
  • Pain can also be experienced in persons who have an upper respiratory infection.
  • He had suffered from respiratory and intestinal problems for more than a year.
  • He suffered increasingly severe respiratory symptoms for the rest of his life.
  • No precise cause of her respiratory failure has been given.
  • The respiratory rate may be faster than normal, and this may occur a day or two before other signs.
  • Except for the United States and Canada, very few countries have a dedicated professional role for respiratory health.
  • He died of respiratory failure after a long battle against leukemia.
  • The subject was an eight-year-old girl who was nearly dead as a result of respiratory failure due to polio.
  • One month after her kidnapping, her father Gabriel died of heart and respiratory trouble.
  • While older research dealt with the skin route, recent research has increasingly favored the respiratory route.
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Meaning of respiratory

  • adjective Pertaining to respiration
    respiratory assistance