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airways

The “tubes” (trachea, bronchi, and bronchioles) through which air passes to and from alveoli.

airways

Anatomy The 'pipes'–trachea, bronchi, bronchioles–through which air passes to and from the alveoli. See Small airways.
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Kuwait Airways and Alitalia will codeshare on KU's thrice-weekly service to Rome Fiumicino effective Jan 14.
Because the original source of NGF is unknown, one possibility is that the measured levels of NGF reflect plasma levels or levels in the lower airways.
Auscultation revealed rhonchi in both lung fields (greater in the right) and a loud transmitted upper airway noise.
However, the effect of muscle spasm on airways already swollen with chronic inflammation are magnified, he notes.
We selected TuVox because of their enthusiasm and flexible approach in tackling what was a complex airline project with challenging business targets," said Pete Smith, Voice & Video Applications Manager, British Airways.
British Airways to lower fuel surcharges on long flights.
The sheep model used is naturally sensitive to an antigen derived from the roundworm Ascaris suum, developing asthma-like symptoms (such as airway constriction) when exposed to this antigen.
Techniques for managing this difficult airway in children are different from those used in adults.
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US Senate lawmakers are to more closely examine potential airline mergers, including the hostile bid for Delta Air Lines by US Airways.
These data indicate that, as with other types of irritants, brevetoxin increases kinin levels in the airways and that this inflammatory mediator contributes to toxin-induced airway responses.
It is associated with a cleft palate and consists of micrognathia, glossoptosis, and varying degrees of airway obstruction.