C-Flex pressure relief technology reduces pressure when the sleeper begins to exhale, and increases pressure to the therapeutic level right before the sleeper inhales.
In bronchial provocation challenges, the individual inhales increasingly concentrated solutions of a particular allergen prepared in a nebulizer.
It produces a rapid, low-pitched form of stridor that may be heard when a baby inhales.
Bacterial pneumonia develops after the child inhales or aspirates pathogens.
Normally when an individual breathes in (inhales) or out (exhales) the vocal cords are drawn apart by the muscles of the larynx (voice box) to make a wider opening for air to move into or out of the lungs.