The term “clinical sas” is a colloquialism used for any condition that is diagnosed by a practitioner on a regular basis. It might be a headache, a pain, a cold, or a rash.

The fact that we’re talking about sas here is what makes this a difficult topic for many internet users to digest. I’d have to say that the term sas has been used a lot before, but in the last 10 years the term has become so overused that even the medical community has started to recognize it as something that’s not so much a disease but rather a symptom.

A generic term for any disease. For instance, SARS is the most common form of the virus, followed by SARS-CoV-2, and most other cases of coronavirus disease-2 and SARS-CoV-8. SARS-CoV-2’s symptoms are similar to the symptoms of coronaviruses, but SARS-CoV-2’s symptoms are distinct enough to be distinguished from coronavirus disease-2.

SARS (pronounced “sar-seh-ar”) is a virus that attacks the respiratory tract of people who are not immune to it. The symptoms are similar to the symptoms of a cold, but can be worse. It usually begins with fever and cough, followed by a headache, nosebleeds, and shortness of breath.

In the United States, COVID-19 has been designated as a “respiratory disease.” This means that the disease can be transmitted from one person to another through close contact like touching a cough or sneeze.

“Sars” is an acronym for the severe acute respiratory syndrome, an illness caused by the coronavirus. The coronavirus is spread by droplets. This means that it can spread through close contact like touching a droplet or cough from someone who is infected.

The disease is caused by a coronavirus that is very contagious. Once it enters your body, it starts to replicate. The virus is spread from person to person through coughing and sneezing. It can also be spread through aerosol. When you sneeze, the virus goes into another person’s body and infects them, and then spreads to others.

People with coronavirus usually also have flu symptoms. The virus can also be spread through airborne droplets and coughing. The severity of symptoms depend a lot on the person and the virus. For example, a person with flu symptoms can have more symptoms than someone with a coronavirus.

We are also told that the virus can be spread through coughing and sneezing, and that it can also be spread through aerosol. A person with coronavirus can cough in the nose, the eye, or even on the back of the neck. In addition, aerosol spray can carry the virus over long distances.

The idea behind the name is actually pretty interesting. One of the definitions of the word sas is “to make a sound”, and that’s exactly what the word sas is used to describe. It’s a word that sounds like it is used in China, but it is a word that has been around for over 2,000 years.