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幫忙「西選」reading英文答案

我要答以下問題,可否幫忙「西選」答案,因為我照抄好多,有也許有好多句子不適合可否刪左佢,再全新整理完整句子作答.thanks!

What are the short-term and long-term outcomes of Sulphur Dioxide or health problem if not treated?

My answer:

short term effects:

Acute effects to high levels can possibly burn the skin and eyes and

may result in permanent eye damage. High levels may also cause

pulmonary edema (when the lungs fill up with fluid). This is a true

medical emergency since oxygen cannot get through the fluid so the

person may die. S02 can also cause the airway passages in the lung to

narrow resulting in wheezing, chest tightness, or breathing problems.

In severe cases where very high concentrations of SO2 have been

produced in closed spaces, SO2 has caused severe airways obstruction,

hypoxemia (insufficient oxygenation of the blood), pulmonary edema (a

life threatening accumulation of fluid in the lungs), and death in

minutes. The effects of pulmonary edema include coughing and shortness

of breath which can be delayed until hours or days after the exposure.

These symptoms are aggravated by physical exertion. As a result of

severe exposures, permanent lung injury may occur.

long-term

"Repeated, long-term exposure to lower levels of sulfur dioxide may:

Decrease pulmonary function

Cause bronchitis to develop with cough and phlegm production"

Long-term exposure to persistent levels of sulfur dioxide can affect

your health. Lung function changes were seen in some workers exposed

to low levels of sulfur dioxide for 20 years or more. However, these

workers were also exposed to other chemicals, so their health effects

may not have been from sulfur dioxide alone. Asthmatics have also been

shown to be sensitive to the respiratory effects of low concentrations

of sulfur dioxide.

Animal studies also show respiratory effects from breathing sulfur

dioxide. Animals exposed to high concentrations of sulfur dioxide

showed decreased respiration, inflammation of the airways, and

destruction of areas of the lung."

更新:

,打錯題目,應該是What are the short-term and long-term outcomes of Sulphur Dioxide and respiratory disease health problem if not treated?

不好意思,可否幫忙「西選」答案 再全新整理完整句子作答.

更新 2:

short term 同long-term 篩選內容後答番問題.

更新 3:

not your opinion回答者:

jam****** ( 小學級 5 級 )

4 個解答

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  • YIP
    Lv 7
    7 年前
    最愛解答

    What are the short-and long-term outcome of Sulphur Dioxide's effects on health problems if not treated?

    My answers are:

    Firstly short-term effects:

    In acute case, it may possibly burns the skin and eyes and resulted in permanent eye damage. Otherwise it may also cause pulmonary edema (when the lungs fill up with fluid). This is because of oxygen can't penetrate through the fluid; so the person may die from suffocation. In addition, It can cause the airway passages in the lung to become narrower and resulted in wheezing, chest tightness, or breathing problems.

    In severe cases where very high concentrations of SO2 have been

    produced in closed spaces, SO2 has caused severe airways obstruction, hypoxemia (insufficient oxygenation of the blood), pulmonary edema (a life threatening accumulation of fluid in the lungs), and person die in minutes. The effects of pulmonary edema include coughing and shortness of breath which can be delayed until hours or days after the exposure. These symptoms are aggravated by physical exertion. As a result of severe exposures, permanent lung injury may occur.

    Secondly the long-term effects:

    "Repeated, long-term exposure to lower levels of sulfur dioxide may: Decrease pulmonary function Cause bronchitis to develop with cough and phlegm production"

    Long-term exposure to persistent levels of sulfur dioxide can affect your health. Lung function changes were seen in some workers exposed to low levels of sulfur dioxide for 20 years or more. However, these workers were also exposed to other chemicals, so their health effects may not have been from sulfur dioxide alone. Asthmatics have also been shown to be sensitive to the respiratory effects of low concentrations of sulfur dioxide.

    " Animal studies also show respiratory effects from breathing sulfur dioxide. Animals exposed to high concentrations of sulfur dioxide show decreasing in respiration, inflammation of the airways, and destruction of areas of the lung."

    資料來源: Partly according to ”The Advanced Learner's Dictionary of Current English with Chinese Translation” published by Hongkong Oxford University Press in 1975
  • 7 年前

    Izumi Wong, you have just done what I wish to do.

    ^__^

  • 7 年前

    「篩」選。

    倉頡碼:HHRB

  • 7 年前

    第一個,第一個好好多Bor

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