direct inhalation

direct inhalation,

n the targeting of an aromatherapy treatment to the nose of one patient.
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He said that there is some direct and indirect impact of dust on the human body, as the direct inhalation of dust causing throat infection and skin allergies while the indirect connection in the form of contaminated food having dust particle also causing many diseases.
The direct inhalation of medication to the site of disease process offers localised delivery of a high concentration of drugs to the lungs with minimal systemic adverse effects and rapid onset of action on a lower drug dose.
While local garden and home improvement stores often carry fire pits and chinineas, these units emit significant pollutants, including particulate matter and dioxin, and can be even more harmful to those in the immediate vicinity through the direct inhalation of toxins.
Aromatherapy treatment is provided by three ways namely aerial diffusion in which the oil disperses into the air to disinfect it by spreading specific fragrances, direct inhalation in which person breathes the oil directly and topical application in which oil is applied on the patient skin.
The infection is caused by bacteria called group A streptococci and is spread through contact with "The infection is caused by bacteria called group A streptococci and is spread through contact with respiratory droplets from someone carrying the bacteria either by direct inhalation or by indirect contact, for example through sharing cups.
2009) did not use direct inhalation exposure, which is the most relevant exposure route for airborne particles (Oberdorster et al.
For ozone and particulate matter -- which cause respiratory problems and other health effects -- the main concern is direct inhalation.
Also to claim she had reached this state after 18 months is patently absurd, smokers take 20 to 30 years with direct inhalation of the tar to come close to the internal blackening she describes.
no adverse human health effects are identified for adult or child residents via direct inhalation.
Transmission of a cold virus is more often the result of handling objects contaminated by a person with a cold and then rubbing the eyes or the nose, rather than through direct inhalation of droplets from the sneeze or cough of an infected person.
Nevertheless, Dahlheim speculates that the 1989 losses may have resulted from direct inhalation or skin exposure to oil, and the following year% disappearances from effects of chronic exposure.
Direct inhalation of heavy mist from an ultrasonic humidifier may also cause wheezing in a susceptible individual.

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