Traducción de irritant en Español:

irritant

agente irritante, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɪrɪt(ə)nt//ˈɪrədənt/

nombre

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    Medicina
    agente irritante masculino
    • The most important treatment is identifying and removing the irritant or allergen.
    • In the absence of these irritants, sputum production and airway inflammation should decrease.
    • The initial treatment step is to eliminate tobacco smoke or other environmental irritants.
    • Some substances may not be irritants but if the skin becomes sensitised - or allergic - to them they may cause a reaction.
    • Ozone is a highly reactive gas that is regulated in the outside air as a lung irritant.
    • Moisture barriers, sometimes called skin protectants, shield the skin from exposure to irritants or moisture.
    • The key point here is to avoid the irritants often found in many popular nutritional formulas.
    • Inflammation makes the airways sensitive to stimuli such as allergens, chemical irritants, tobacco smoke, cold air, or exercise.
    • Chlorine has a disagreeable odor and may be a respiratory irritant.
    • Macrophages may be activated by cigarette smoke and other inhaled irritants.
    • Lesion onset usually occurs in a pattern related to the skin irritant or allergen initiating the reaction.
    • Severe skin irritants are less common but more serious hazards.
    • Strong odors and chemical irritants may also trigger the sensitive airways of the asthmatic patient.
    • He announced that " chemical irritants " would be used if they did not leave.
    • Selected volatile organic compounds known to be respiratory irritants were determined in the mattress emissions.
    • If there was one thing he didn't need, it was a face full of skin irritant.
    • A cough is a reflex action to clear the airways of mucus, phlegm, irritants or a foreign body.
    • But sometimes these allergens and irritants become stuck in the lining of your nose.
    • Exposure to respiratory irritants such as second-hand tobacco smoke, dusts, and fumes should be minimized.
    • "It became clear people inhaled airborne irritants, " he says.
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    (person, thing)
    fastidio masculino
    molestia femenino
    • - But Greenpeace had become a bigger irritant for the French than it had realised.
    • Another constant irritant for the judge was poor media reporting.
    • Our diplomats are instructed to avoid unnecessary irritants and purely rhetorical hostility.
    • Still, these are mostly minor irritants that can easily be dismissed as necessary game requirements.
    • What should be a service to the community is seen as a major irritant.

adjetivo

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    irritante