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chest radiograph
pharynx (throat)
DOE
EENT
DC
computed tomography
ETOH
tuberculosis
ECK (EKG)
respiratory therapist
FEF 25-75%
highly contagious and often severe viral infection of the respiratory tract
within
repetitive pharyngeal collapse during sleep, which leads to absence of breathing
above, excessive
mucus
laboratory test performed on sputum to determine the presence of pathogenic bacteria.
DD
f
DKA
ECHO
chest, chest cavity
DTR
lung
F
progressive lung disease restricting air flow which makes breathing difficult.
obstructive sleep apnea
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surgical puncture to remove fluid
influenza
culture and sensitivity
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
DPI
DM
creation of an artificial opening
respiratory disease characterized by coughing, wheezing, and shortness of breath
flow, discharge
cut into
DVT
respiratory care practitioner
allied health professional who collaborates with a physician to evaluate, monitor, and treat breathing disorders
instrument used for visual examination
EIA
upper respiratory infection
diseased state, condition of
breathing
larynx (voice box)
infection of the nasal cavity, pharynx, or larynx
pertaining to visual examination
radiographic image of the chest performed to evaluate structures including the lungs and the heart
ECMO
breathe, breathing
surgical removal
pertaining to
sinus, sinuses
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carbon dioxide
difficult, painful, abnormal
shortness of breath
absence of, without
nose
FR
trachea (windpipe)
visual examination
computerized radiographic images of the chest created in section, which can be taken in any of the anatomic planes for a multidimensional view of structures
FH
DTs
mucous secretion from the lungs, bronchi, and trachea expelled through the mouth
Dx
instrument used to measure
rapid flow of blood
ETT
bronchus
another name for chest radiograph
lung, air
EPI
stretching of lung tissue caused by the alveoli becoming distended and losing elasticity
FTT
D5W
below, deficient, under
chest, chest cavity
infectious bacterial disease, most commonly spread by inhalation of small particles and usually affecting the lungs

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