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Ten People Taken Ill After Inhaling Methane Gas

At least 10 people were taken ill Wednesday after inhaling methane gas leaking from a colliery in Jharkhand's Dhanbad district, police said. The gas leak was reported early morning from the Bathdih colliery of Bharat Coking Coal Ltd (BCCL) in Dhanbad, around 240 km from here. The 1...

Filipinos Hospitalized After Inhaling Toxic Fumes

Around 60 people were hospitalised Tuesday after inhaling hazardous chemicals dumped into a stream just outside the Philippine capital, said a police //official said. About 3,000 residents from five villages in Marilao town in Bulacan province have been temporarily evacuated to prevent them ...

Agricultural Workers Taken ill after Inhaling Toxic Fumes in Orissa

At least 28 agricultural workers, most of them women, were taken ill after inhaling fumes of an insecticide sprayed in a field in Orissa's Bolangir district// , official said Thursday. The agricultural workers inhaled fumes of the highly toxic Thimet at a field at Khairmal village, some 15 km ...

Immune response in Occupational metal fume inhaling workers

Professor Keith Palmer and his team from Southampton General Hospital, studied the inflammatory response in occupational metal fume inhaling workers.// The research work is aimed at studying the environmental risk of developing infections and diseases due to occupational exposure to metal fume. ...

Perforomist(R) Inhalation Solution Data in Patients With Moderate to Severe COPD to Be Presented at the International Conference of the American Thoracic Society

...rs - nebulizers convert medication into a fine liquid mist that the patient inhales through a mouthpiece or facemask. The patient breathes naturally, inhaling the medicine until the complete dosage has been delivered. Nebulization is a very gentle, but also very thorough, method of delivering medicine direc...

Perforomist Inhalation Solution data to be presented at American Thoracic Society conference

...ers nebulizers convert medication into a fine liquid mist that the patient inhales through a mouthpiece or facemask. The patient breathes naturally, inhaling the medicine until the complete dosage has been delivered. Nebulization is a very gentle, but also very thorough, method of delivering medicine direc...

Dey, L.P. Highlights Perforomist(R) Inhalation Solution Data to Be Presented at the International Conference of the American Thoracic Society

...s -- nebulizers convert medication into a fine liquid mist that the patient inhales through a mouthpiece or facemask. The patient breathes naturally, inhaling the medicine until the complete dosage has been delivered. Nebulization is a very gentle, but also very thorough, method of delivering medicine direc...

Silver Shield Masks Assist in the Fight Against Flu

...o avoid infection from contaminated surfaces and covering coughs to avoid airborne transmission. Facemasks reduce the potential for infection from inhaling flu viruses by trapping virus aerosols on the mask surface. Silver Shield facemasks offer an additional level of protection. Their patented antim...

Asthma and Allergy Sufferers: Take in a Breath of Clean Air While Driving

...mply checking and replacing your car's cabin air filter every 12,000 to 18,000 miles is the easiest and least expensive way to ensure that you are not inhaling irritants and allergens that will compromise your driving comfort or that of your passengers. A cabin air filter may also be called a pollen filt...

Autism Study Finds Significant Benefit with Hyperbaric Treatment

...monstrate positive improvements. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20090325/LA88558 ) Hyperbaric therapy traditionally involves inhaling up to 100% oxygen at a pressure greater than 1 atmosphere (atm) in a pressurized chamber. In the first randomized, controlled, double-blind multicente...

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Inhaling in Medical Technology

The Ocean Becomes a Pipeline To A Cure for Cystic Fibrosis

...s. Several years ago, doctors in Australia noticed young surfers with cystic fibrosis had significantly healthier lungs. The doctors determined that inhaling saltwater mist has a powerful effect on rehydrating the lining of the lungs and allowing CF patients to more easily eliminate bacteria-contaminated mu...
Inhaling in Medical Dictionary

Sneezing

...mon Cold Treatments ... Sneezing , scratchy throat, runny nose – everyone knows the first signs of a cold, ... Most often, sneezing is due to inhaling an irritant. ... Frequent sneezing , nasal speech, and difficulty breathing through the nose are ... Learn about bottle feeding an orphaned b...

Pulmonary Diseases

... & Conditions. Medical Symptoms. Medical Tests & Exams. Surgery & Procedures ... pulmonary fibrosis, a respiratory disease caused by inhaling asbestos fibers ... ... are lacking for RB-ILD (as opposed to other smoking-related pulmonary diseases ) ... Progression of the disease to ...

Psittacosis

...s, it is necessary to prevent the exposure of ... Who gets psittacosis ? ... How is psittacosis spread? People usually acquire psittacosis by inhaling dust from dried droppings of ... Who gets psittacosis ? ... How is psittacosis spread? ... Does past infection with psittacosis make a pe...

Pneumoconiosis

...mation about the respiratory disease caused by inhaling coal dust for prolonged periods. Pneumoconios...umoconiosis is a lung condition that is caused by inhaling particles of ... ... silicosis, and coal worke...moconiosis is a respiratory disease caused by inhaling coal ... ...

Occupational asthma

...this lung disease. ... treated early, occupational asthma may be ... Occupational asthma is generally defined as a lung disorder caused by inhaling ... Allergic occupational asthma can occur in workers in the plastic, rubber or ... Occupational asthma — Comprehensive overview...

Meconium

...piration and can cause ... Meconium aspiration syndrome is a leading cause of severe illness and death in the newborn. The possibility of inhaling meconium occurs in about 5-10% of births. ... Pediatricians ... labor, the fetus sometimes passes the meconium stool into the amniotic flu...

Inhalation anthrax

... by breathing in the spores of the bacteria Bacillus anthracis. Inhalation or respiratory anthrax is an infectious disease caused by inhaling ... If inhalation anthrax is suspected, a chest X-ray, blood cultures, and sputum ... Inhalation Anthrax ( Anthrax - Inhalation ) in...

Gallbladder

...... Offers basic information on the crystalline bodies formed by accretion or ... If the gallbladder is inflamed, the patient will abruptly stop inhaling due to ... ...

Drooling

... people with drooling problems are at increased risk of breathing in saliva, ... Some people with drooling problems are at increased risk of inhaling saliva, ... Isolated drooling in infants and toddlers is normal and is unlikely to be a sign ... Some people with drooling problems are at i...

Black Lung

.... Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is Black Lung Disease? ... Black lung disease is a type of pneumoconiosis, a condition caused by inhaling ... ... the fact that those with the disease have lungs that look black instead of pink. ... Most miners are not eligible for federal black...
Inhaling in Biological News

Stop and smell the flowers -- the scent really can soothe stress

...n are reporting the first scientific evidence that inhaling certain fragrances alter gene activity and blood c...sts exposed lab rats to stressful conditions while inhaling and not inhaling linalool. Linalool returned stress-elevated levels...

Inhaling a heart attack: How air pollution can cause heart disease

... air pollution and hypertension. Fine- and ultra-fine particles that get into the lung may make their way into the blood vessels. Within 15 minutes of inhaling pollutants, there is a very rapid increase in blood pressure, he said. Blood vessels react to the pollutants by producing an inflammatory response ...

Workshop on environmental nanoparticles at UD, Nov. 10-11

...es will discuss what happens to these tiny particles in soils, water and plants. Toxicologists will discuss the possible harmful effects of ingesting, inhaling or otherwise coming into contact with nanoparticles. Engineers will discuss ways in which nanoparticles might be used to sense and possibly remediate ...

American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- Aug. 13, 2008

...nized group of air pollutants could have effects remarkably similar to harmful substances found in tobacco smoke, Louisiana scientists are reporting. inhaling those pollutants exposes the average person up to 300 times more free radicals daily than from smoking one cigarette, they added. The discovery could ...

How alligators rock and roll

...es air out of the lungs when gators exhale; the other helps the rib cage expand during inhalation. Of the muscles listed above, some are used for inhaling and some for exhaling. Yet the study found all four muscle types work together to help an alligator shift its lungs so it can rock downward to dive or...

Lowly Icelandic midges reveal ecosystem's tipping points

... midges that periodically swarm by the billions from Iceland's Lake Myvatn are a force of nature. At their peak, it is difficult to breathe without inhaling the bugs, which hatch and emerge from the lake in blizzard-like proportions. After their short adult life, their carcasses blanket the lake, and the d...

Cloning the smell of the seaside

...f Johnston. "But we were misled, twice over. Firstly because that distinctive smell is not ozone, it is dimethyl sulphide. And secondly, because inhaling it is not necessarily good for you." DMS is a little known but important gas. Across the world's oceans, seas and coasts, tens of millions of ton...

Stanford discovery may help predict when toxoplasma can be deadly

...ins the proteins that increase virulence is the cause of the infection. Humans can become infected by the parasite by accidentally consuming or inhaling the cysts from infected cat feces, by eating meat from an infected animal - especially pork, lamb or venison - or by drinking contaminated water. Ca...

Antioxidant protects against lung damage in silicosis

...linical Immunology at Yokohama City University in Japan, and 11 associates studied 46 male patients with silicosis, an inflammatory disorder caused by inhaling crystalline silica for prolonged periods. The study included 27 male patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and 27 healthy male volunteer...

Contrary to common wisdom, scientist discovers some mammals can smell objects under water

... After observing that the moles were blowing bubbles out of their nostrils and then sucking them right back in, he determined they were exhaling and inhaling the bubbles rapidly, between five and 10 times per second. That is about the same rate as the sniffing behavior of comparably sized land mammals, like...
Inhaling in Biological Technology

How buckyballs hurt cells

...sed on the potential health and environmental impacts of buckyballs and carbon nanotubes. Fullerenes have been shown to cause brain damage in fish and inhaling carbon nanotubes results in lung damage similar to that caused by asbestos. Buckyballs commonly form into clumps that could easily be inhaled by a ...

Revotar Reports First Positive Clinical Results From Phase IIa Study in COPD

...d first positive results from an investigator driven open labelled Phase IIa pilot study in 14 patients with stable COPD stage 0 to II (GOLD criteria) inhaling 70 mg of Bimosiamose twice a day. The study was conducted at the Charite - Medical School Charite Berlin, Prof. Witt and the Respiratory Institute Wie...
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