Examples of airway in a Sentence
a patient with a partially blocked airway
Recent Examples of airway from the Web
Diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease by two physicians, he was given a rescue inhaler but was not treated for ongoing airway inflammation.
Sleep apnea is especially troubling for the transportation industry because sufferers are repeatedly awakened and robbed of rest as their airway closes and their breathing stops, leading to dangerous daytime drowsiness.
Gaining weight also disposes people to obstructive apnea, which amounts to temporary total obstruction of the airway.
The multi-talented singer-songwriter-producer-DJ has been tearing up the airways with new music and festival appearances all year long.
In one study, Iliev and his colleagues at Weill Cornell Medical College and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles found that treating mice with antifungal drugs worsened the severity and progression of allergic airway disease and colitis.
The risk to any infant comes when the airway is obstructed by bedding, the body of an adult or other means that limit the supply of fresh air, Currie said.
Most such deaths involve suffocation, where a baby's airway was obstructed.
Her lips became swollen, and her airways constricted.
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First Known Use of airway
AIRWAY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of airway for English Language Learners
medical : the area in the throat through which air passes to and from the lungs
: a route along which airplanes regularly fly
—used in the names of some airlines
AIRWAY Defined for Kids
medical Definition of airway
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