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inflammation of the membranes lining the bronchial tubes

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According to clinical presentation, radiology and laboratory findings, patients were classified into five groups, as follows: pneumonia, acute bronchitis, COPD, asthma, and upper respiratory tract infection (URTI).
In 833 patients of suspected acute bronchitis, chest x-ray findings were normal in 783 (94%) of patients.
Antibiotic prescribing for adults with acute bronchitis in the United States, 1996-2010.
Acute bronchitis (AB) is a predominantly self-limited respiratory disease comprising several different symptoms amongst which inflammation of the bronchi, increased production of viscous mucus and consequently cough are the most incriminating for the patient (Verheij et al.
A proprietary extract of P sidoides, EPs[R] 7630, licensed in Australia for acute bronchitis and acute sinusitis, has demonstrated mild to moderate antibacterial and antiviral properties, inhibition of bacterial adhesion on cell walls, and activation of innate immune responses in in vitro studies.
EPs 7630 significantly reduced bronchitis symptom scores in patients with acute bronchitis by day 7 (Agbabiaka et al, 2008).
Antimicrobial drugs are not recommended for the treatment of acute respiratory tract infections (ARIs), such as colds, upper respiratory tract infections (URIs), and acute bronchitis (1,2).
Diagnoses included acute nasopharyngitis (12 visits), acute laryngitis without obstruction (4 visits), acute laryngopharyngitis (3 visits), acute bronchitis (125 visits), acute up.
A male non-Saudi died on Tuesday in a hospital in the Qassim region where he had been admitted several days ago with acute bronchitis," the ministry said.
The standards will also help America s children grow up healthier-- preventing 130,000 cases of childhood asthma symptoms and about 6,300 fewer cases of acute bronchitis among children each year.
Nuon Chea has suffered a number of illnesses, including high blood pressure, acute bronchitis and back pain.
Those who had previously taken antibiotics for acute bronchitis were more likely to believe antibiotics should always be used, the researchers say.
Children raised in a smoking environment suffer more frequent bouts of acute bronchitis, pneumonia and bronchial asthma than children brought up in smoke-free houses.
Acute Bronchitis - This is primarily a bacterial infection of the lower respiratory tract presenting with productive cough.
Patients had acute bronchitis, discolored sputum, coughing over a period of seven days, and one additional respiratory symptom such as shortness of breath or aching in the chest.
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