Translation of asthma in Spanish:

asthma

asma, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈasmə//ˈæzmə/

noun

  • 1

    (feminine (with masculine article in the singular)) asma
    • People who breathe in the fine pollen may have an asthma or hay fever attack as a result.
    • It is not suitable for people who have a history of stomach ulcers, or for some people with asthma.
    • Children diagnosed as asthmatic were more likely to have a family history of asthma.
    • It also focuses on major health issues like heart disease, asthma and diabetes.
    • This means it is very bad for people with respiratory problems such as bronchitis and asthma.
    • When a person has asthma, an attack can be started by a number of different things.
    • Beta blockers are not suitable for people with respiratory problems such as asthma.
    • Treatments aim to reduce the frequency, severity and length of asthma attacks.
    • Patients with chronic diseases like asthma and diabetes were not regularly monitored.
    • The fungi can also worsen the symptoms of asthma and cause allergic sinusitis.
    • This deserves investigation as a clue to early developmental influences on asthma.
    • It has been noted that guide dogs working in towns breathe the same pollutants as humans yet do not have asthma.
    • Our data may shed light on the role of diet in the allergy and asthma epidemic.
    • Members suffer from illnesses such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and asthma.
    • In both generations the prevalence of asthma was higher in participants with hay fever.
    • Both parents have asthma, and his mother is worried that he too might have asthma.
    • Atopic eczema is the most common type of eczema and is linked with hay fever and asthma.
    • If you have allergic asthma, you or other family members may well also suffer from eczema or hay fever.
    • The causes of asthma are not fully known but it is partly an allergic condition.
    • Vaccinating children with asthma against influenza has never really caught on.