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What Are the Different Types of Chronic bronchitis treatment?

A: Chronic bronchitis refers to bronchitis, an inflammation of the bronchial tubes, which consists of daily coughing with the production of mucus that continues for at least three months and repeats the following year. Although bronchitis can usually be treated easily with rest, over-the-counter medications, drinking extra fluids and breathing warm, moist air, the chronic variety may lead to more serious conditions, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), also called advanced chronic bronchitis. Other complications caused by chronic bronchitis include dyspnea, respiratory failure, pneumonia, emphysema and, in the most severe cases, death. In order to avoid...


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What Are the Best Acute bronchitis treatments?

A: The best acute bronchitis treatments depend on the cause of the condition. If a person has acute bronchitis that is caused by a virus, he may treat it at home with rest, liquids, a humidifier, and over-the-counter (OTC) medications. If home treatment proves inadequate, however, doctors may prescribe medications called beta2 antagonists to help open up tight, irritated airways. bronchitis caused by bacteria, however, may be best treated with antibiotics. Home care techniques typically make the best acute bronchitis treatments. A person with this condition may apply the same techniques to deal with acute

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What Are the Best bronchitis treatments?

A: Some of the best bronchitis treatments are taking antibiotics and drinking plenty of fluids to thin out thick bronchial secretions. When bronchitis is caused by a bacterial infection, broad spectrum antibiotics are generally effective. If, however, bronchitis is viral in nature, other bronchitis treatments will need to be employed, because antibiotic therapy is ineffective in treating viral infections. It is important for patients to complete their entire course of prescribed antibiotics to be sure to kill the infection. Where pill swallowing is an issue, liquid antibiotics are available. Amoxicillin, a common antibiotic, is frequently used...


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In regard to bronchitis treatment using ginger what exactly is does it mean to take each recommended powder with an infusion of tea? Does that mean to pour each of the powders into a glass of iced tea or hot tea?

A: bronchitis remedies using ginger  bronchitis "treatment using ginger" is a broad-based term that indicates that you set about curing your bronchitis with the use of ginger. You can use ginger in various ways to cure bronchitis. Dry ginger can be consumed in powder form. Fresh ginger roots can also be ground and boiled and taken in liquid form, such as with tea. You can also suck on a piece of ginger, or chew a piece of ginger, if you can take the spiciness of it. In the example you have mentioned, “taking with an infusion of tea”, it means simply that you must brew a tea with ginger in it. The term infusion means to steep or soak...
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What is the cure for bronchitis?

A: Go to a doctor. Get medicine. Sleep. Sleep. Try a vitamin drink called EmergenC. Preventive Care The best way to avoid chronic bronchitis is to not smoke and to stay away from air pollutants. To avoid infection that may lead to either acute bronchitis or exacerbation of chronic bronchitis, get an annual flu vaccine and Pneumococcal Vaccine once in your lifetime. --------------------------------------... treatment Approach Acute bronchitis from a virus generally clears on its own within 7 to 10 days. Using a humidifier, taking a cough medicine that contains an expectorant (something that helps you "bring up" secretions), and drinking plenty of fluids...


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What Is The treatment For A Dog With bronchitis?

A: Depending on whether your dog has Acute or Chronic bronchitis, treatment will generally include antibiotics for infection, bronchodilators to open the airways, and/or corticosteroids to decrease swelling. Reduced exercise and lots of fluid and rest. Your vet should have given you something for the dog to help keep his air passages open. Cold air can increase the symptoms of bronchitis so try to keep him warm and out of the weather. Treating dogs with bronchitis starts by removing anything that might irritate the dogs lungs such as, dust, allergens, and cigarette smoke. There isn''t much medicine that can be given to help a dog with bronchitis and other respiratory...


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How Do I Choose the Best Inhaler for bronchitis?

A: Choosing the best inhaler for bronchitis is important in order to help you overcome its symptoms. bronchitis treatment often begins with oral medications, but if symptoms persist and become resistant to these medications, then it might be necessary for a doctor to prescribe an inhaler for your bronchitis. There are, essentially, three types of inhalers or inhalation methods: a pressurized metered-dose inhaler, a dry powder inhaler or a steam inhaler. Your doctor will prescribe one of these, and you might need to try several types before you find the best inhaler for your bronchitis. bronchitis is characterized by a swelling of the bronchial...


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What Is The treatment For A Dog With bronchitis?

A: Depending on whether your dog has Acute or Chronic bronchitis, treatment will generally include antibiotics for infection, bronchodilators to open the airways, and/or corticosteroids to decrease swelling. Reduced exercise and lots of fluid and rest. Your vet should have given you something for the dog to help keep his air passages open. Cold air can increase the symptoms of bronchitis so try to keep him warm and out of the weather. Treating dogs with bronchitis starts by removing anything that might irritate the dogs lungs such as, dust, allergens, and cigarette smoke. There isn''t much medicine that can be given to help a dog with bronchitis and other respiratory...


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What is chonic bronchitis?

A: it is like a irritation of the like airways in the like lungs like totally It is persistent inflammation of the bronchi- the breathing tubes of the lung. It can be caused by smoking, so if you smoke, QUIT! You need anti-inflammatory medication to ease the irritation. bronchitis is an obstructive pulmonary disorder characterized by inflammation of the bronchi of the lungs. Chronic bronchitis, which can be fatal, is commonly diagnosed among heavy smokers, and those frequently exposed to smoke and airborne contaminants in residential or workplace environments, such as in cities with high levels of air pollution. Chronic means it happens a lot, itis on the end of any word means in inflammation of-in your case the bronchial tubes and maybe your...


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My 15 month child is suffering from bronchitis. Please let me know what can I do to relieve him from the cough and what kind of diet needs to be followed generally and also during the bronchitis attack.

A: The common signs of bronchitis in children are runny noses, low grade fevers and sore throats. Other symptoms include wheezing, tightness in the chest, headaches, shortness of breath, a dry cough (this is usually at the onset of bronchitis in children), chills and fatigue. This dry cough turns into a productive cough as the infection grows. In some cases, this bronchitis cough will make the child vomit or gag as he/she coughs. bronchitis is a respiratory infection that can affect infants, children and adults. The air passages of the child’s lung and nose swell up due to a viral infection. There are two types of bronchitis: acute and chronic.

 
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