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inflammation of the membranes lining the bronchial tubes

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sidoides are effective in the treatment of acute bronchitis. When compared to placebo, EPs[R]7630 was found to significantly decrease BSS scores within 7 days of treatment (WMD 2.80 points, 95% CI 2.44-3.15) (Fig.
However, for acute bronchitis (which also may have been early pneumonia), the number needed to treat for those 16 to 64 years of age was 119; it was only 39 for patients [greater than or equal to] 65 years of age.
The respiratory diseases included acute bronchitis (ICD-9 code 466), pneumonia (ICD-9 code 486), chronic bronchitis (ICD9 code 491), and asthma (ICD-9 code 493).
Research during the past 5 years has demonstrated repeatedly and convincingly that acute sinusitis, acute bronchitis, and most cases of pharyngitis and otitis media resolve as rapidly or nearly as rapidly without antibiotics, as well.
This study included a total of 742 children (aged between 0 and 12 years) with acute bronchitis (83.4%) or acute exacerbations of chronic bronchitis (14.3%), who were treated with different doses of the herbal drug for up to 14 days.
"Conditions like acute bronchitis account for some 80percent of all lower respiratory tract infections and despite evidence of little or no benefit from antibiotics, the majority of these patients are still prescribed antibiotics," he added.
Acute bronchitis is one of the most common diagnoses in ambulatory care medicine.
making decisions on antibiotic therapy, for inpatients or patients in the emergency department with suspected or confirmed lower respiratory tract infections (LRTI) - defined as community acquired pneumonia (CAP), acute bronchitis, and acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (AECOPD) and/or making decisions on antibiotic discontinuation for patients with suspected or confirmed sepsis.
Furthermore, in terms of type, the market has been divided into chronic bronchitis and acute bronchitis. The chronic bronchitis segment is likely to account for a leading share of the global market during the forecast period owing to high morbidity and mortality rate.
What spreads from person to person is the acute bronchitis.
"My son kept on having recurring acute bronchitis. It became so severe that he had to be injected with antibiotics without much difference.
He had also said he has acute bronchitis, a migraine related to a spinal injury he sustained in a motorcycle accident in the 1960s, and Buerger's disease, an ailment related to smoking.
class="MsoNormalThis is also true for most cases of sinusitis, for acute bronchitis (a chest cold), and for most sore throats.
Here are interesting information about common cold including a particularly kind of colds known as chest cold, which is more commonly known as acute bronchitis:
For example, acute inflammation can cause diseases and conditions like sinusitis, a sore throat from a cold, acute bronchitis, etc.
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