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what seals the opening into the respiratory tract during swallowing and prevents the passage of food into the?


the epiglottis. Its a sort of flap in your throat. The action of swallowing moves it back so that it covers the trachea.  (+ info)

What are the 3 functions of the Respiratory tract?

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i have 10 months baby. she is having upper respiratory tract for the last 21 days.?

we have given antibiotic and cough syrup. but when we stop to give medicine, the infection is still working. please give us guidance and suggest some step to cure it.

Oh dear! There are NO useful cough medicines in existence, most particularly nothing that any doctor should give to a 10 month infant. In addition 10 month old children very rarely get bacterial chest infections, so statistically, and according to the NICE/SIGN Guideline antibiotics are not routinely indicated. (http://www.nice.org.uk/nicemedia/pdf/CG69FullGuideline.pdf)

The vast majority of infections are viral and may once the infection has passed, be followed by a prolonged period of respiratory mucosal irritability. If this only produces cough and perhaps a little mucous, in one so young the management would simply be to wait until the membranes re-stabilise, which they generally do on their own. If however there is wheeze and particularly breathlessness the management is usually steroids.If there is any doubt as to what is going on a chest X Ray may soon be indicated.  (+ info)

what is the difference between the clinical manifestations of Lower and Upper Respiratory Tract Infection?

In simplistic terms upper respitory infections are those of the ears, nose and throat. Fever, ear pain, post nasal drip, sinus pain....there are many different sypmtoms. Lower respitory infections involve the lungs and trachea. Fever, coughing, wheezing, chest pain...these are the usual symptoms. Sometimes people will have both.  (+ info)

are the organs of the upper respiratory tract located outside the thorax?

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The nasal vestibule has the smallest cross sectional area in the respiratory tract, that is what ?

0.3cm  (+ info)

Where in the respiratory tract is the air filtered,warmed, and moistened?

In the nasal cavity by nasal conchae.  (+ info)

my 10.5 months daughter had a upper respiratory tract. doctor prescribed some antibiotic and cough syrup. aft?

my 10.5 months old daughter had a upper respiratory tract. Doctor prescribed some antibiotic as well as cough syrup. after 15 days course now he says she is all right. But she has fewer in forehead only. her hands, lags and overall body is normal. only forehead and stomach has fewer. what should i do?

It's most likely that her temperature is normal. Take her temperature with a thermometer to be sure - don't rely on your hand's perception. Hope she feels better!  (+ info)

what is the pathway of catbon dioxide from pulmonary capillaries through respiratory tract and out nares?

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describe how air in the respiratory tract is cleaned before it reaches the lungs?

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