About María Laura Márquez

María Laura Márquez, general doctor graduated from The University of Oriente in 2018, Venezuela.

My interests in the world of medicine and science, are focused on surgery and its breakthroughs. Nowadays I practice my profession as a resident doctor at Hospital de Clinicas Caroní in Venezuela treating patients with diverse afflictions.

I have been writing creative content for blogs, websites and guides since 2014, while studying medicine. Today I have merged my two passions, Medicine and Writing.

My participation in writing projects has been defined by subjects of digital marketing, technology and (mostly) psychology.

María Laura Márquez has written 18 posts on RespBlog

About Lung Cancer

We all worry when every media outlet we hear or read about mentions that lung cancer occupies first place in causes of death from cancer. In this article, we will explain exactly what lung cancer is, how it’s treated and what we need to keep in mind in order to prevent its appearance.

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Emphysema is characterized by dyspnea, chronic coughing and a hampered ability
to breath during exercise, strenuous or otherwise. It is a disease with a progressive
existence as its symptoms keep worsening with time.

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Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic fibrosis that only manifests in infants if both parents have a copy of the mutant gene responsible for incorrectly codifying CFTR.

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Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic Fibrosis is a disease characterized by an insufficient production (or enough production but with an abnormal molecular structure)

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It is not easy for parents to add the use of a nebulizer to their childs’ medical care. Nebulizers are discomforting for babies and toddlers.

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When you realize you are starting to breathe deeply at an excessive rate, inhaling and exhaling at a controlled pace can relieve you from experiencing a panic attack.

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Breathing is the complex process of inhaling and exhaling air, that goes on throughout a person’s whole life. Though it is vital for survival, it is constantly overlooked as people normally don’t pay attention to it. Breathing is such a reflex for us that we do it without thinking. However, being aware of how one breathes can bring enormous benefits to one’s health and exercise routine.

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Asthma is a chronic obstruction of the lumen of the small airways in the lung. The bronchioles are lined with smooth muscle and as the muscle contracts, the lumen becomes smaller.

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A chest tube is used to drain any substance inside the pleural cavity to relieve the pressure, helping re-expand and inflate the lungs before collapsing.

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