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Particles of aerosols and spray which are less then 5 m may be exhaled while those above tend to settle in the big lumen organs. Hence sprays may be useless in small lumen organs such as bronchioles and alveolar sacs. It is best to give treatment for infections via the blood vessels. But oxygen may be administered by inhalation since air being inhaled may not reach the airways in large quantity due to blockage and pure oxygen can revert respiratory failure


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