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These agents open airways, prevent and relieve airway spasms, and prevent night-time cough and shortness of breath.
A small, hand-held device that helps to keep the airways open and prevent the lungs from collapsing.
The muscular and bony structure of the chest.
The quantity of air inhaled and exhaled in one respiratory cycle during regular breathing.
total lung capacity test
A test that measures the amount of air in the lungs after a person has breathed in as much as possible.
The main airway (windpipe) supplying air to both lungs.
A surgical opening made when necessary in the main airway, the trachea.