Acute Bronchitis

Acute bronchitis is a common respiratory disease which is caused by the infection of bronchi with germs or virus.  Infection with virus is more common than infection with germ or bacteria.

Like other pulmonary disorders, acute bronchitis is inflammation of the trachea or windpipe. These wind pipes roles are to deliver airs to the lungs and other connective tissues. 
 
Very often, people do mistakes by assuming chronic bronchitis as acute bronchitis. Hence, it is crucial to distinguish chronic bronchitis from acute bronchitis. However, these diseases normally last for less than a week. But, the cough remain continue for several days and weeks after the inflammation get healed. Till now, it has been reported that the viruses that cause flu and colds also causes acute bronchitis.
Acute bronchitis is a communicable disease. It is the viruses which spread through the air when people do physical and cough.  Most vulnerable to these diseases are in being exposed to polluted air and smoke, vapours and dust, fumes can also be a responsible for causing this disease. 
 
  • Symptoms and Signs
  • Cause of Acute bronchitis
  • Diagnosis of Acute bronchitis
  • Prevention of chest cold
  • Treatment of chest cold

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