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aspiratory

(ə-spīr′ə-tôr′ē)
adj.
Of, relating to, or suited for breathing or suction.
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2001) with many possible complications like regurgitation, fatal aspiratory pneumonia, ruminal tympany and heart failure (Weaver, 1971).
Water pipe tobacco smoking has been connected with significant mischief, including tumor, cardiovascular malady, diminished aspiratory capacity, and nicotine reliance.
The disadvantages of NIPPV is that it can,t be used in patients with aspiratory risk or excessive secretion, loss of preventive airway reflex and upper airway obstruction and those who require entubation, it might not be effective in acute respiratory failure with severe hypoxemy, it may lead to distension of stomach, some lesions on the skin, facial ache, sense of drying in the nose, eye irritation (conjunctivity), clostrophobia, sleep disorders and mask leakage.