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Oxygen is the air released from the trees then mixed with the thin air and it is available in the atmosphere

carbon dioxide is the waste air exhaled by particular living organisms

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Inhalers and Nebulizers are the devices used to deliver fast-quick rescue medicines or long-term maintenance medicines directly into the lungs. Inhalers and Nebulizers are known to have distinct characteristics, and they are as follows: a. Size and Nature: Inhalers are portable handheld devices...Read More

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Generally, bronchitis is when the tubes that carry air to the lung become inflamed and irritated. This results in coughing as the tube swells and produces mucus and when there’s been irritation in the bronchial tubes, thick mucus forms in them thereby plugging up the bronchial tubes...Read More

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I'm unable to find any medical reference to the incidence of right lung cancer being greater than the incidence of left lung cancer. There are cancers that begin in the lung (primary cancer) and those that have originated in another part of the body and travelled to the lungs (secondary c...Read More

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Alveolar sacs, or pulmonary chambers, lie within our lungs, and are located at the end of the alveolar duct. They are small globular type entities that hang in a bunch, rather like grapes. In fact, if you saw inside the lungs you would immediately think of bunches of grapes with the alveolar...Read More

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In humans, the right lung is wider, and heavier, but shorter, than the left lung. The left lung is made up of two lobes and the right is made up of three. Each lung is divided into upper and lower lobes. The left lung is a little smaller in size because of the position of the heart. In ot...Read More

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Thoracentesis is a procedure to remove drainage from the lungs. The built-up fluid can be caused by a blood clot in the lung, cancer, liver failure, and pneumonia. A chest X-Ray is performed to see if there is fluid. Once they see it, doctors then use teaspoons to measure the liquid that is...Read More

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There are two main passageways to the lungs. Each passage is called a bronchus, so the plural is bronchi. In the majority of animals the windpipe, or trachea, is divided into two main bronchi. The bronchi begin when the trachea divides, forming the right bronhcus and left bronchus. When you...Read More

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Bronchitis is an inflammation of the pulmonary system; an upper respiratory infection. The infection to the bronchi causes them to become irritated and inflamed. The cough may last for several weeks after the other symptoms have gone. The most noticeable symptom is a hacking cough. The patient...Read More

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Exercise that builds muscle, aerobic exercise that increases lung capacity, these are going to be helpful to your lungs. The muscles that help the lungs include the diaphragm. When you breathe in, your diaphragm contracts and moves downward thus increasing the space in your chest cavity. This...Read More

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