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Bronchitis

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Transcript of Bronchitis

Description Bronchitis Transmission
Bronchitis is spread through the air, by sharing food, direct contact, cigarette/ cigar smoke, and other irritants. Preventions: to avoid getting bronchitis,
do not smoke, get your
annual flu vaccine, wash your
hands regularly, and reduce
exposure to air pollution. Treatments: to treat bronchitis,
do not smoke, drink
plenty of fluids and
get lots of rest. if
you have a fever, take
aspirin or acetaminophen. References: What does Bronchitis do ?

Bronchitis Attacks the respitory system. Brontchitis causees the victims to have chest didcomfort, a cough thatproduces mucus (if it is a yellow or green color, you most likely have a bacterial infection.) Fatigue, fever, shortness of breath Worsened by exertion or mild activity,) and wheezing. People who are affected by this the most are the elderly, infants, young children, smokers, and people with heart or lung disease. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1925077 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0002078#adam_001087.disease.symptoms http://www.isbronchitiscontageous.net/ http://www.ehow.com/how-does History - Although chronic bronchitis
was first named and described in
1808, the disease has been known
since earliest time, and numerous
drugs have been utilized in its
therapy.It was named by a man named
Charles Badham buttruly discoverd
by the greeks. Bronchitis microbes are a virus. They
have a coccus shape. They usually come
through the throat down to the lungs
when a person allready has a cold
or the flu and is not as immune
to it. http://www.infectiousbronchitis.com/images/virus-particle.jpg http:/www.afbini.gov.uk/vsd11d.jpg http://www.getridofthings.com/images/bronch-3.jpg
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