oronasal


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oronasal

 [or″o-na´zal]
pertaining to the mouth and nose.
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or·o·na·sal

(ōr'ō-nā'săl),
Relating to the mouth and nose.
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oronasal

(ôr′ə-nā′zəl, ŏr′-)
adj.
Relating to the mouth and nose: an oronasal mask
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or·o·na·sal

(ōr'ō-nā'zăl)
Relating to the mouth and nose.
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or·o·na·sal

(ōr'ō-nā'zăl)
Relating to mouth and nose.
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Todos los sujetos incluidos fueron valorados inicialmente por un observador calibrado, para determinacion del modo respiratorio mediante el item de Valoracion Funcional, empleando una Placa Oronasal Adaptada (POA), de acuerdo con el Protocolo de Evaluacion Fonoaudiologica de la Respiracion con Puntuacion PEFORP (Susanibar & Dacillo, 2014).
The Use of Acellular Dermal Matrix in the Closure of Oronasal Fistulae after Cleft Palate Repair.
(34) showed that oronasal doses as low as 3 and 25 hemadsorption units of ASFV Armenia 2008, when delivered in 2 mL of splenic suspension, caused infection in wild boar.
According to a pediatric in vitro study that compared delivery efficiency of the standard oronasal mask, oronasal mask with nose cushion, and nasal mask; aerosol deposition with the standard oronasal mask was greater than the other interfaces used with jet and mesh nebulizers in a pediatric lung model receiving NIV.
In the present case report, the patient presented with a palatal defect, despite previous attempts of surgical repair, with an oronasal fistula.
Oronasal spirometry - Using mask over the nose and mouth
Apnoeas [2] are defined as complete airway obstruction during sleep, which results in obstruction of oronasal airflow which lasts more than 10 seconds.
Studies in the literature already report that in oronasal respirators the negative intra-oral pressure is also ruptured and causes compromises in the stomatognathic system [3], due to the postural condition of the phonoarticulatory organs.
Controlled tiral of oronasal versus nasal mask ventilation in the treatment of acute respiratory failure.
The recorded parameters included electroencephalography (EEG), electro-occulography (EOG), electromyography (EMG), electrocardiography (ECG), respiratory effort, oronasal airflow, oxygen saturation, snoring sounds, and body position.