dry cough


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dry cough

[¦drī ′kȯf]
(medicine)
A cough not accompanied by expectoration. Also known as nonproductive cough; unproductive cough.
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Other pointers to the remedy are intolerance to heat, stupor, listlessness, prostration, photophobia, a sensation of stiffness, red and swollen eyelids with hot lachrymation, a feeling of suffocation, a short dry cough, hoarseness and dyspnoea.
Symptoms developed 2 weeks after the wife's death, starting with a 5-day febrile syndrome, which progressed to a dry cough and then respiratory distress, with a petechial rash, hemoconcentration, and thrombocytopenia (53,000 platelets/[micro]L) over the next 2 days.
10] were associated with declining prevalence of chronic cough, bronchitis, common cold, nocturnal dry cough, and conjunctivitis symptoms.
Early symptoms include muscle aches, tiredness, headaches, dry cough and fever.
Symptoms include: - Sneezing, often very hard and lasting a long time - Watery and inflamed eyes - Poor sense of smell and taste - Wheezing - Dry cough
Symptoms of a polluted indoor environment from bacteria, mold and other contaminants include fatigue, runny nose, dry cough, skin irritations and dizziness.
Arora et al (3) reported the expulsion of a schwannoma of the epiglottis in a 30-year-old man reporting dry cough and a foreign body sensation prior to expulsion of the almond-size tumor.
If you suffer from an unproductive, dry cough, a cough suppressant makes sense.
4 degrees or higher, chills, aches and headaches and a dry cough.
Those travellers who exhibit symptoms - including high fever, dry cough or breathing trouble - would be detained and a public health official would be summoned for a medical evaluation.
By late April, the pneumonia-like SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome)--with its symptoms of high fever, headache and body aches, dry cough, and shortness of breath--had infected almost 4,290 people in 19 countries (including 39 in the U.
Nonproductive: not producing anything; for instance a dry cough that does not produce any phlegm or mucus.