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Louis thinks they were accompanied by an increased secretion of tears.
Detection of pepsin and glucose in tracheal secretions as indicators of aspiration in mechanically ventilated children.
As a last resort, surgery may be used to clean out and drain thick secretions that are blocking the sinuses if drug therapy is not effective, or if there are structural abnormalities.
A team of researchers from the United States and Germany gave four male marmosets whiffs of an alcohol-water solution containing genital-gland secretions from ovulating females, the same secretions from females without ovaries, or no secretions.
Based on current knowledge, SARS is transmitted from symptomatic patients by close direct or indirect contacts through respiratory droplet secretions (2).
We determined TNF-[Alpha], IL-1[Beta], IL-6, IFN-[Gamma], IL-2, IL-4, and IL-10 secretions in serum and in BAL fluid according to the manufacturer's procedure using commercial ELISA kits from BioSource (Camarillo, CA).
This study found no relationship between milk and dairy consumption and nasal secretions or other symptoms of respiratory infections.
Essentially, cough come in two types--those in which excess mucous secretions are being produced in the bronchial tree and those in which they are not.
Unique, patent-pending, self-cleaning, covered Yankauer that has a high-flow tip with multiple holes to quickly and effectively remove secretions and a rigid, clear, curved shaft that makes the oral cavity more visible and easy to maneuver
In the present study, we investigated the role of peripheral administration of NMS on adipokines (leptin, adiponectin and resistin) secretions in 48 h fasting and normal fed adult male monkeys.
The detected positivity rates of the H pylori 16S rRNA coding gene in gastric biopsies and nasal mucous and lacrimal secretions were 55,11.
Use sharps / needles and syringes, scalpels, blades, razors contaminated with physiological and pathological secretions / .