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Respiratory irritant(s)

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Any substance which can cause inflammation or other adverse reactions in the respiratory system (lungs, nose, mouth, larynx and trachea). Examples of respiratory irritants include tobacco smoke, ozone, sulphur dioxide or nitrogen oxides.

Source: GreenFacts

Related words:

Adverse health effect

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