Verb(1) clear out the chest and lungs(2) discharge (phlegm or sputum
(1) Protein in the diaphragm and intercostal muscles has been depleted, impairing the patient's ability to deep breathe, expectorate , and clear microbes from the lungs.(2) a sign asks visitors not to expectorate in the sinks(3) After each inhalation period subjects are encouraged to cough and expectorate sputum.(4) However, sampling may be difficult in the younger patients and in patients with mild disease who do not expectorate .(5) He once suggested that my brother handle a bully by puffing up his chest and announcing, ├ö├ç├┐If you come near me, I'll expectorate in your countenance.├ö├ç├û(6) At 2-minute intervals, subjects were asked to clear saliva from their mouth and then expectorate sputum.(7) Subjects were then encouraged to cough and expectorate sputum into a sterile plastic container.(8) It assists the lung qi to expectorate phlegm and stop cough.(9) In our study, almost half of the subjects completing both visits did not expectorate regularly, and thus we had almost twice the number of subjects for analysis.(10) Thus, about 3-6 per cent of children in our study groups failed to expectorate material from the deeper regions of their respiratory tracts and produced only saliva.(11) Phlegm is said to be either substantial or insubstantial, meaning that it can either be the mucous we expectorate and drool or a kind of ├ö├ç├┐fog├ö├ç├û that blocks the sensory, organs.(12) A major advantage of sputum induction, however, is that patients who are normally unable to expectorate can almost always produce sputum after inhaling hypertonic saline.(13) When I came to spit it out, he offered me the cup, so I was was forced to expectorate into a three-inch deep slurry of chewing tobacco.(14) Immediately after lung function measurement, patients were asked to expectorate sputum spontaneously into a sterile pot.(15) As anyone whose had a general anaesthetic will know, you have to cough and expectorate hard pretty much as soon as you come round to clear the anaesthetic out of your lungs.(16) Subjects were defined as expectorators (if they could spontaneously expectorate sputum at the end of intravenous antibiotic therapy) or as nonexpectorators.
(1) expectorate :: 吐き出します
1. cough out ::
2. cough up ::
3. spit up ::
4. spit out ::
Different Formsexpectorate, expectorated, expectorates, expectorating
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