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inflammation of the trachea

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Results of PAS reaction as well as acid-fast stain were negative, leading to the diagnosis of granulomatous-bacterial foreign body tracheitis (Fig 4).
Patients were treated with multiple systemic antibiotics, but due to the lack of an appropriate treatment protocol for patients with tracheitis and the different types of antibiotics used, it was impossible to collect data on all different types of antibiotics.
7%) were tracheitis and 18(60%) were clinical sepsis.
Tracheitis and tracheal ulceration may occur if the catheter is advanced too far (Lindman et al.
China Anthrax, hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome, hepatitis A, influenza H1N1, tick- borne encephalitis, and tracheitis.
Severe complications included seizures, encephalopathy, pneumonia, bacteremia, bacterial tracheitis, respiratory failure, myocarditis, or death.
1) Other etiologies besides acute viral laryngotrache itis--such as supraglottitis, retropharyngeal abscess, bacterial tracheitis, or foreign body--should be considered in these atypical cases.
If the child has a raised temperature and is drooling saliva or appears toxic, bacterial tracheitis or epiglottitis should also be considered and immediately transferred to the hospital.
Respiratory system diseases (n = 512) were aspiration pneumonia, rhinitis, sinusitis, airsacculitis, tracheitis, chronic respiratory disease, and pneumonia due to aspergillosis, Mycoplasma species, Avibacterium paragallinarum, Avibacterium gallinarum, E.
Early pathological changes are superficial tracheitis and fibrin deposits to shallow ulcerations overlying the anterior portion of the cartilaginous rings.
According to a media report, a pediatric hospital in downtown Beijing has treated a record 9,000 children this month, mostly flu, pneumonia, tracheitis, bronchitis and asthma patients.
Observation and necropsy of affected seals revealed weakness, swollen, emphysematous necks, dyspnea, hemoptysis, interstitial pneumonia, and necrotizing tracheitis and bronchitis.
There was also glomerular necrosis with hyaline tubular casts; focal proximal renal tubular necrosis and interstitial nephritis; focal adrenal, splenic, and hepatic necrosis; and mild esophagitis and tracheitis.
And the AR-ENT are rhinitis, laryngitis, sinusitis, tracheitis, rhinosinusitis, bronchitis, pharyngitis, asthma.
He was diagnosed with acute and chronic bronchitis from chemical irritant exposure, with probable tracheitis and laryngitis.