Definition of Pulmonics

1. pulmonic [n] - See also: pulmonic



Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulmonics

pulmonary oedema
pulmonary pleura
pulmonary plexis
pulmonary reserve
pulmonary stenosis
pulmonary toilet
pulmonary trunk
pulmonary tuberculosis
pulmonary valve
pulmonary vein
pulmonate
pulmonates
pulmones
pulmonic
pulmonic sounds
pulmonics (current term)
pulmoniferous
pulmonological
pulmonologist
pulmonologists
pulmonology
pulmotor
pulmotors
pulp
pulp cavity
pulp fiction
pulp magazine
pulp magazines
pulp mill
pulp mills

Literary usage of Pulmonics

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Modern Inquiries: Classical, Professional, and Miscellaneous by Jacob Bigelow (1867)
"... with aromatics to conceal its presence, gives temporary but fallacious respite to fatal diseases, under the deceptive names of pectorals and pulmonics. ..."

2. The Journal of Foreign Medical Science and Literature edited by Samuel Emlen (1816)
"... to be convinced of the one; or examine the lungs and mesentery of a few deceased pulmonics, to obtain satisfactory demonstration of the other. ..."

3. O'Shea's Guide to Spain and Portugal by Henry O'Shea (1905)
"The most common illnesses are catarrh, intermittent fevers, inflammatory fevers, and pulmonics. The average temperature is— In spring In summer In autumn In ..."

4. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1825)
"He very truly, however, states, that physicians toe often advise, and pulmonics undertake, a voyage to Madeira, under erroneous impressions, ..."

5. Brief Expositions of Rational Medicine: To which is Prefixed The Paradise of by Jacob Bigelow (1860)
"... with aromatics to conceal its presence, gives temporary but fallacious respite to fatal diseases, under the deceptive names of pectorals and pulmonics. ..."

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