Medical Dictionary


noun bio·aero·sol \-ˈer-ə-ˌsäl, -ˌsȯl\

Medical Definition of bioaerosol

  1. :  a tiny, airborne particle (such as a fungal spore, pollen grain, endotoxin, or particle of animal dander) that is composed of or derived from biological matter Bioaerosols can produce significant health effects by spreading infectious disease or triggering allergic responses or respiratory irritation.

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