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4,304 Possible Causes for dioxide

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  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    BACKGROUND: Several studies have linked air pollution by nitrogen dioxide (NO(2)) with increased hospital admissions for asthma in children.[] The air quality at many travel destinations may be poor, and exposure to sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, and particulate matter is associated with[]

  • Insect Bite

    Mosquitoes are attracted to carbon dioxide in breath, sweat, higher body temperature, certain perfumes and scents, and pregnant women because they exhale more carbon dioxide[] However, some individuals clearly appear more attractive to insects, perhaps related to body heat, odor, or carbon dioxide excretion.[] Symptoms of Insect Bites Mosquitoes Mosquitoes choose their human victims based on the scent of carbon dioxide and other chemicals in your perspiration.[]

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    […] prospective observational study by Madati and Bachur evaluated 130 children age 3 months to 7 years with AGE. 2 Patients received either blood work or an end-tidal carbon dioxide[]

  • Viral Lower Respiratory Infection

    They remove carbon dioxide from the blood and replace it with oxygen.[] Intubation is required when the child's own breathing becomes ineffective (with, for example, hypoxia, rising carbon dioxide and reduced level of consciousness).[] Blood Blood supplies oxygen to the body and removes carbon dioxide. It is pumped around the body by the heart.[]

  • Acute Bronchitis

    […] day-of-the-week, month, and year with conditional logistic regression to estimate the probability of hospital admission, while controlling for apparent temperature (lag 1), nitrogen dioxide[] Diagnostic tests that help to measure the lungs' ability to exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide appropriately.[] Exposure to irritants, such as smoke, smog, dust particles, and fumes (from irritants such as strong acids, ammonia, some organic solvents, chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide[]

  • Influenza

    After adsorption for 2 h at 35 C in 5% carbon dioxide, the inoculums were removed, and 200 µL of serum-free medium supplemented with 4 µg/mL trypsin (JRH Biosciences) was[] The inoculated plates were incubated, in a carbon dioxide incubator, at 33 C for 10 days.[] The plates were then incubated for 4–5 days at 35 C in 5% carbon dioxide and were observed daily, by microscopy, for cytopathic effect, and at day 4 or 5, the presence of[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Abstract From a urine sample from a patient with a urinary tract infection, a carbon dioxide-dependent Proteus mirabilis strain was isolated.[] It is important to perform urine cultures in 5% carbon dioxide and an anaerobic atmosphere if bacteria prominent in Gram stains do not grow on routine media in ambient air[]

  • Sinusitis

    Part 1 of the Sinusitis Article The Chlorine Dioxide Treatment The ultimate cost-effective microbe-killing substance is chlorine dioxide.[] Blood Blood supplies oxygen to the body and removes carbon dioxide. It is pumped around the body by the heart.[] Chlorine dioxide is made from sodium chlorite and because it is a gas it needs to be used within an hour of making it .[]

  • Sunburn

    The group says mineral sunscreens, made with zinc oxide and titanium dioxide, often rate better for safety. A list of recommended products is posted on the EWG website .[] In sunblock formulas, look for the ingredients of titanium dioxide or zinc oxide, because they "reflect off UV radiation," he said. [ Infographic: How to Read Sunscreen Labels[] Look for one that contains zinc oxide, titanium dioxide, or avobenzone, which block both ultraviolet A and B rays, says Norman Levine, MD , a dermatologist in Tucson, Arizona[]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    The absorption rates of the constituents of air differ with nitrogen being the predominant gas, but having relatively slow absorption compared with oxygen and carbon dioxide[] US20110166190A1 ( en ) 2011-07-07 Methods of treating mammals with eustachian tube dysfunctions US5262180A ( en ) 1993-11-16 Method for treating acute alkali exposure with carbon dioxide[]

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