News Category: Respiratory Disease

Respiratory Disease category focuses its attention on airways disorders.

Dry cough is one of cough types at which it isn’t allocated sputum or slime. It can be extremely irritating and exhausting as at cough the irritation of airways remains without any simplification irrespective of how strongly and long cough proceeds. If dry cough proceeds more than a week without changes, it is necessary to address to the doctor. Such state can demand hospitalization. However, in majority of cases dry cough are treated in house conditions and it is very effective. Dry cough happens at quinsy, throat overstrain, infectious diseases of respiratory organs, and also …

Silicosis is the irreversible lungs fibrosis caused by inhalation of sandy dust (quartz). When particles of sandy dust enter lungs, immune system cells, such as macrophagocytes, capture them. The enzymes emitted by these cells cause damage and tissue fibrosis of lungs. First zones of fibrosis represent tiny round small knots (simple nodular silicosis), but eventually they can unite in the big masses (nodal form of silicosis). In zones of fibrosis there is no gas exchange and oxygen doesn’t come into blood. Lungs lose elasticity, and breath demands great efforts. Control of the dust content on …

Influenza is an acute infectious disease of airways caused by influenza viruses. Influenza forms part of the acute respiratory viral infection group. First of all the influenza viruses were discovered in the thirties, the viruses enter the organism through the ciliated cell of upper airways namely nose, trachea and bronchi. In these cells the viruses are proliferating and as a result the cells die. As a result cough, sneezing and nasal blockage appear as symptoms of upper respiratory airway excitation. Getting into the blood and causing viremia, the influenza virus directly has a toxicological effect …

Canadian Health Care Mall decides to explain you today the essence of adenoids at children, its peculiar features and reasons of appearance. Your child has mouth always half-open. He doesn’t close it during sleep, snuffles, snores, often wakes up and gets up sluggish having headache in the morning. Well-experienced doctor even on appearance can assume adenoids diagnosis. Only children have lymphoid tissue, or the third tonsil. It develops approximately at the age of three to six months, after twenty years it starts decreasing gradually, by sixteen to twenty years becomes almost imperceptible, and at more …

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