Translation for 'whooping cough' from English to Russian
NOUN   whooping cough | -
SYNO pertussis | whooping cough
коклюш {м} [Pertussis]
whooping cough
кашлять [несов.]to cough
отхаркивающее средство {с}
(cough) expectorant
микстура {ж} от кашля
cough mixture
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Usage Examples English
  • Fourteen month old Emma died in convulsions brought on by whooping cough she caught from him and his brother John.
  • With Octave Gengou, he isolated "Bordetella pertussis" in pure culture in 1906 and posited it as the cause of whooping cough.
  • pertussis" and whooping cough as a zoonotic disease since around 1910, but in the 1930s knowledge was gained that the bacteria lost their virulent power when repeatedly spread on agar media.
  • linearis" as being used as stimulants and expectorants, and "of doubtful efficacy" for treating bronchitis, whooping cough, and tuberculosis.
  • In a 1974 report ascribing 36 reactions to whooping cough (pertussis) vaccine, a prominent public-health academic claimed that the vaccine was only marginally effective and questioned whether its benefits outweigh its risks, and extended television and press coverage caused a scare.

  • They had twelve children, the first four of which died in April 1852 of whooping cough within a few weeks of each other.
  • Epidemics of whooping cough, influenza and smallpox ran through the community periodically.
  • While on an adventure to cure the Lamb of whooping cough, the children are forced by circumstances to take along their cook.
  • Various epidemics swept the area in the late 1800s, including scarlet fever, whooping cough, and diphtheria.
  • The DPT vaccine or DTP vaccine is a class of combination vaccines against three infectious diseases in humans: diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough), and tetanus.

  • In 2010, California had the worst whooping cough outbreak in 50 years.
  • The guide describes the fictional country Molvanîa, a post-Soviet state, a nation described as "the birthplace of the whooping cough" and "owner of Europe's oldest nuclear reactor".
  • Leaf infusions are used in respiratory diseases and are a popular remedy for whooping cough. A hair shampoo can be made from infusing leaves and fruit husks.
  • At the age of two, Lois suffered measles, and at the age of three, whooping cough.
  • His wife Alice Lucille died 26 September 1914 in Poona, India; his daughter died of pertussis (whooping cough) in Nottinghamshire on 19 May 1910.

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