Associations to the word «Respiratory»
RESPIRATORY, adjective. Relating to respiration; breathing.
RESPIRATORY DISTRESS, noun. (medicine) The quality and symptom of a heightened level of carbon dioxide in the blood stream ("hypoxia")
RESPIRATORY PIGMENT, noun. (biochemistry) any of several coloured metal-containing protein pigments which combine reversibly with oxygen and which are found in the tissues of invertebrates and whose role is to transport oxygen
RESPIRATORY PIGMENTS, noun. Plural of respiratory pigment
RESPIRATORY PRACTITIONER, noun. (medicine) A professional medical designation recognized in some jurisdictions, denoting an individual who is fully qualified and licensed to evaluate, treat, and care for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders.
RESPIRATORY PRACTITIONERS, noun. Plural of respiratory practitioner
RESPIRATORY RATE, noun. The number of breaths taken in a specified time (usually a minute)
RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS, noun. (virology) A virus, in genus Pneumovirus causing respiratory tract infections.
RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUSES, noun. Plural of respiratory syncytial virus
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM, noun. (anatomy) The system of organs serving for respiration.
RESPIRATORY SYSTEMS, noun. Plural of respiratory system
RESPIRATORY TRACT, noun. (anatomy) The passages through which air enters and leaves the body, including the nose and nasal passages, the pharynx, larynx, trachea, lungs, bronchi and alveoli.
RESPIRATORY TRACTS, noun. Plural of respiratory tract
RESPIRATORY, adjective. Pertaining to respiration; "respiratory assistance".
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