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  1. The Forms, Complications, Causes, And Treatment Of Bronchitis (1866) by James Copland, 2008-12-22
  2. Pulmonary Consumption: Bronchitis, Asthma, Chronic Cough, And Various Diseases Of The Lungs, Air Passages, Throat, And Larynx, Successfully Treated By Medicated Inhalations (1855) by Alfred Beaumont Maddock, 2010-05-23
  3. Ten-year Prospective Study of Chronic Bronchitis in North East England by A.G. Ogilvie, etc., 1973-05
  4. Consumption: Its Prevention and Cure by the Water Treatment: With Advice Concerning Haemorrhage from the Lungs, Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, and Sore Throat by Joel Shew, 2010-02-28
  5. On the Pathology of Bronchitis, Catarrhal Pneumonia, Tubercle, and Allied Lesions of the Human Lung by David James Hamilton, 2010-03-29
  6. Fact/Book on Sinusitis, Bronchitis and Emphysema and Their Natural Treatment by Clifford Quick, 1974-06
  7. Chronische Bronchitis (German Edition) by Konrad Morgenroth, 1988-01
  8. Bronchitis: Webster's Timeline History, 1338 - 2007 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  9. Sinusitis Bronchitis and Emphysema and Their Natural Treatment by Clifford Quick, 1974-01-01
  10. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Practical, Medical, and Spiritual Guidelines for Daily Living With Emphysema, Chronic Bronchitis, and Combination Diagnosis (Hazelden Pocket Health Guide) by Mark Jenkins, 1999-10-01
  11. Chemotherapy of Chronic Bronchitis and Allied Disorders (Modern Medicine) by John Robert May, J.G. Scadding, 1972-09
  12. Dealing with Bronchitis: Overcoming Bronchitis And Its Health Effects!
  13. The Successful Treatment Of Influenza, Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia, Etc. (1861) by Horatio Goodday, 2010-09-10
  14. Asthma and Chronic Bronchitis by John Charles Thorowgood, 2010-01-11

41. Bronchitis
bronchitis up. Acute bronchitis, One in Available in PDF format, whichrequires the Adobe Acrobat Reader. bronchitis. bronchitis, A patient
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Related topics: broader Lung Diseases, Obstructive Respiratory Tract Infections other Asthma Bronchiectasis Common Cold Influenza ... Whooping Cough narrower Bronchiolitis
Acute bronchitis
One in a series of factsheets produced by the Lung and Asthma Information Agency (LAIA), an academic unit in the Department of Public Health Sciences at St George's Hospital Medical School. This factsheet provides information on acute bronchitis, and covers time trends, seasonal variations, and a comparison with asthma. The factsheet was prepared by Dr Andy Ross and Dr Douglas Flemming of the Royal College of General Practioners Research Unit, Birmingham. Available in PDF format, which requires the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Bronchitis Bronchitis A patient information document (written for the University of Illinois students by the McKinley Health Center), about bronchitis, which is an inflammation of the bronchial tubes. It provides details of acute and chronic bronchitis, the effects of smoking, early detection of tissue damage etc. Published by the McKinley Health Center, University of Illinois. Bronchitis Patient Education
Last modified 28/Mar/2003 [Low Graphics]

42. Oralmat For Treatment Of Asthma, Bronchitus And Other Illnesses
Details of benefits and products from supplier of Oralmat rye grass extract products for treatment of asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, acne, eczema, burns and scalds.
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Oralmat Drops for treatment of asthma, bronchitis, emphysema, hay fever and other respiratory illnesses. Over twenty years of Australian research and Development has resulted in three exceptional healing products. Schumacher Pharmaceuticals of Melbourne, Australia have identified the healing properties of Secale Cereale (Rye grass), perfected the extraction process, and manufactured Oralmat Drops Solution, Oralmat Wound Healing Spray and their sister product Acno Cream. Rye extract provides one of the widest spectrums of naturally occurring nutrients available in a single source. Rye is a pure herbal extract that acts as:
  • An anti-inflammatory Anti-viral Anti-bacterial Anti-fungal Anti-trauma Analgesic
Laboratory testing has revealed Oralmat to be completely gluten-free and pollen-free! The Oralmat range is known to be effective in relieving the symptoms of a number of different ailments including asthma, bronchitis, emphysema and other respiratory diseases as well as chronic fatigue, hay fever and allergies. The symptoms of viral, fungal or bacterial infections are also known to improve with the use of Oralmat.

43. N C H S - FASTATS - Bronchitis
bronchitis (All figures are for US). There are a total of 1,167 deaths from bronchitisin the US each year (2000). Source National Vital Statistics Report Vol.

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(All figures are for U.S.) There are a total of deaths from Bronchitis in the U.S. each year Source: National Vital Statistics Report Vol. 50, No. 15 Five percent of adults 18 years and older had been told in the past 12 months that they had chronic bronchitis Higher percents of women than men had been told they had chronic bronchitis Percents of adults with chronic bronchitis were higher in the South than any other region Source: Vital and Health Statistics Series 10, No. 205 Comprehensive Data Frequencies of selected respiratory diseases among persons 18years of age and over; by selected characteristics: United States, 1997
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Percents of selected respiratory diseases among persons 18 years of age and over; by selected characteristics: United States, 1997
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44. Memmingen Online
Hilfe bei Asthma, bronchitis, anderen Atemwegserkrankungen oder Allergien in Memmingen.

45. Bronchitis
bronchitis. Objectives. At the conclusion of this 2 unit course, the learner willbe able to 1. Discuss the prevalence and etiology of acute bronchitis.
Author: Alene Burke, RN, MS
1.25 contact hours
Course posted September 30, 2002 Course expires September 30, 2004
At the conclusion of this 2 unit course, the learner will be able to:
1. Discuss the prevalence and etiology of acute bronchitis. 2. Describe the pathophysiology and symptoms of acute bronchitis. 3. Fully integrate the treatment modalities, including medications, into the care of the patient with acute bronchitis
Acute bronchitis is the "the acute inflammation of the tracheobronchial tree, generally self-limited and with eventual complete healing and return of function". In most cases bronchitis is relatively mild, however, patients who have chronic heart or lung disease and those who are debilitated may suffer serious consequences from this acute respiratory disorder. Complications that can arise as the result of bronchitis include pneumonia and obstruction of the airway. Acute bronchitis is infectious and it most often occurs during the winter months. Chronic bronchitis affects about 5% of the population - approximately 14 million people in the United States. It is the seventh leading chronic condition in our country. Chronic bronchitis usually occurs in patients older than age 40 and it is more common in women than men. Acute bronchitis occurs in people of all ages, including the elderly and children. All forms of bronchitis caused more than 3,200 deaths in 1995.

46. Atmen Homepage Lungen- Und Bronchialheilkunde, Allergologie, Umweltmedizin
Dr. med. Klaus G. Moritz und Dr. med. HansJosef Graf behandeln am S¼lzg¼rtel Asthma, Allergie, Luftnot, Schlafprobleme (insbesondere Schnarchen), Husten, bronchitis, Heuschnupfen und Brustschmerzen.
Gemeinschaftspraxis Dr. med. Klaus G. Moritz Dr. med. Hans-Josef Graf Internisten Lungen- und Bronchialheilkunde Allergologie Umweltmedizin Sportmedizin Dies ist die Startseite,hier geht es weiter Sie sind Besucher Nr.

47. Bronchitis (Acute)
Etiology Acute bronchitis is rarely caused by atypical bacteria such as C. pneumoniaeand M. pneumoniae, and rarely caused by bacterial infections severe
Evidence-Based Medicine for Student Health Services
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... Specific Conditions/Diseases Etiology Acute bronchitis is rarely caused by atypical bacteria such as C. pneumoniae and M. pneumoniae, and rarely caused by bacterial infections severe enough significantly to increase the level of C-reactive protein.

48. Your Health
An explanation of chronic and acute bronchitis, the symptoms and some helpful hints.

49. Chronische Bronchitis
Translate this page Unter chronischer bronchitis versteht man eine chronische Erkrankungder Atemwege. Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO spricht von
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Dr. med. Manfred Werner

Was ist eine chronische Bronchitis ?
Eine chronischer Bronchitis ist eine chronische Erkrankung der Atemwege. Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO spricht von chronischer Bronchitis, wenn bei einem Patient in zwei aufeinander folgenden Jahren in mindestens drei Folgemonaten Husten
Was sind die Ursachen einer chronischen Bronchitis ?
Die Hauptursache der chronischen Bronchitis ist das Rauchen

Welche Beschwerden treten auf?
Folgende Beschwerden treten bei einer chronischen Bronchitis auf:
Wie stellt der Arzt die Diagnose? Lungenfunktionsanalyse Sauerstoff im Blut gemessen. EKG (Elektrokardiogramm) und Blutuntersuchungen veranlassen, bevor er eine genaue Diagnose stellt. An erster Stelle steht der Ratschlag:
  • Betreiben Sie Atemgymnastik.

50. Akute Bronchitis
Translate this page Unter einer akuten bronchitis versteht man eine akute Entzündung in den größerenverzweigten Atemwegen, den Bronchien. Akute bronchitis. Dr. med.
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Dr. med. Beate Eigler

Was ist akute Bronchitis?
oder einer Grippe
Wie entsteht akute Bronchitis?
Es gibt verschiedene Ursachen einer akuten Bronchitis:
  • Auch Bakterien
    HIV -Infizierte) sind davon betroffen.
    Kaltes, feuchtes Wetter Luftverschmutzung
Welche Symptome treten bei akuter Bronchitis auf?
  • Hustenreiz Fieber Brustschmerzen treten selten auf, meistens nur in Verbindung mit heftigem, lang anhaltendem Hustenreiz oder einer Miterkrankung des Rippenfells.
Wie diagnostiziert man akute Bronchitis?
  • Das Erfragen der Krankengeschichte und der Beschwerden (Anamnese). Das Abklopfen und Abhorchen der Lunge. Eine Blutuntersuchung CRP BKS Eine der Lunge zum Ausschluss einer
Wie wird akute Bronchitis behandelt?
  • Diese sollten nicht in Kombination mit hustenstillenden Medikamenten eingenommen werden, da der Husten wichtig zum Schleimabhusten ist.

51. Easy Rider Ain't So Easy. A Living With COPD Story By Pat Dooley
I am a 50 year old man, diagnosed with COPD severe emphysema, chronic bronchitis and a moderate asthmatic component. I started smoking when I was about 14 years old
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Ain't So Easy

Pat Dooley and His Lady Pat Dooley
September 1999
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52. Department Of Veterans' Affairs -
Information on chronic bronchitis and/or emphysema and death from chronic bronchitis and/or emphysema.
Revocation of Statement of Principles
Determination of Statement of Principles
ICD CODES: 491, 492

Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986 The Repatriation Medical Authority under subsection of the Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986 (the Act): (a) revokes Instrument No.137 of 1996 (Statement of Principles concerning chronic airflow limitation); and (b) determines in its place the following Statement of Principles.
Kind of injury, disease or death
. (a) This Statement of principles is about chronic bronchitis and/or emphysema and death from chronic bronchitis and/or emphysema. (b) For the purposes of this Statement of Principles,
(i) "chronic bronchitis" means a respiratory tract disorder characterised by excessive mucus production sufficient to cause cough and sputum production with expectoration for at least three months of each of at least two consecutive years which is not attributable to other respiratory diseases, attracting ICD code 491. The bronchitis may be be present alone or may be accompanied by chronic airways obstruction or limitation, with or without a reversible component. There are four categories of chronic bronchitis: chronic simple bronchitis, chronic mucopurulent bronchitis, asthmatic bronchitis and chronic bronchitis with pulmonary obstruction. This definition specifically excludes bronchiolitis and chronic obstruction from bronchiolitis;

53. Ontario Lung Association: Your Lungs: Bronchitis
Your Lungs What is bronchitis? bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi. CausesIn 8090% of cases, bronchitis is caused by smoking.
What is Bronchitis?
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi. It causes the walls of the bronchi to swell. As well, too much mucus is produced in the lungs.
COPD: Stands for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and refers to emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Individuals with COPD may also exhibit some degree of asthma.
Did you know...
  • Chest infections seem to happen more often in people with chronic bronchitis.
  • Smoking makes it difficult for the lungs to fight infections.
  • A patient with advanced bronchitis may not be able to walk or climb stairs without an oxygen tank.
  • It is a major cause of disability.
  • Chronic bronchitis damages your lungs and can damage your heart.

In 80-90% of cases, bronchitis is caused by smoking. Occupational exposure to dusts and some fumes is the other major risk factor. Exposure to second-hand smoke and indoor air pollution may play a role as well.
Not smoking is the best way to prevent bronchitis. Quiting for those diagnosed can slow the progression of the disease.
For more information about your lungs:
read our national site's information on bronchitis call the Lung Association's Information Line at

Chronic bronchitis and emphysema are also called COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease).

54. Asthma - Qualifizierte Diagnostik Und Therapie In Den NEUEN WICKER KLINIKEN Bad
Erkl¤rende Information des Unterschieds zwischen Asthma bronchiale und Asthma kardiale.
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(= erschwertes Atmen, anfallsweise hochgradige Atemnot)
Asthma bronchiale anfallsweise Atemnot durch Atemwegsobstruktion (=totale n Verschluß der Atemwege) auf dem Boden eines hyperreaktiven (= übermäßig reagierendem) Bronchialsystems, ausgelöst durch exogene (= von aussen kommende) oder endogene (= von innen kommende) Reize. Reversible (= umkehrbare) obstruktive (= verschließende) Ventilationsstörung mit Enge der Atemwege infolge von Bronchospasmus (=Krampfzustand der Bronchialmuskulatur ), Schleimhautödem (= krankhafte Flüssigkeitsansammlung) u. Hypersekretion (= übermäßige Absonderung eines Drüsensekrets) eines zähen Schleims). (nach Roche) Asthma kardiale (= Atemnot infolge vermehrter Stauung im kleinen Kreislauf bei Linksherzinsuffizienz, Anfälle meist nachts im Liegen, d.h. bei Zunahme des venösen Rückflusses bzw. des zentralen Blutvolumens).

55. Information About Bronchitis And Its Treatment. PharmArray. Partners IntegriDerm. Click to Visit bronchitisis an inflammation of the mucous membrane (lining) of the bronchial tubes.
Healthcare professionals and scientists have carefully prepared this ALtruis Biomedical Network-affiliated site, intended for informational purposes only
Bronchitis is an inflammation of the mucous membrane (lining) of the bronchial tubes. Characteristically, there is an increase mucus production, bronchial swelling, and ciliary dysfunction. Acute bronchitis is usually of a short duration and milder course, while chronic bronchitis is characterized by a distressing, productive, and persistent cough Acute Bronchitis
Acute bronchitis is generally caused by infectious agents such as bacteria and viruses and is more prevalent in the winter. Acute bronchitis doesn't last long and has a less severe course. It is often preceded by the common cold. Predisposing factors include exposure to the infectious agent, crowded conditions, fatigue and malnutrition . Symptoms of acute bronchitis are chills, sore throat, malaise, soreness, coughing, and fever. Diagnosis is usually based on the symptoms and signs. Bedrest, fluids (up to 3 or 4 L), antibiotics , and an antipyretic analgesic medication such as aspirin or acetaminophen are used to treat acute bronchitis. Avoid cough suppressants as the cough acts to clear mucus. Other causes of acute irritation and inflammation of the bronchial tubes are the inhalation of chemical (fumes) or physical (dust) agents.

56. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Bronchitis
lung cancer, lungs, pneumonia, tuberculosis DeweyClass 616.2 ResourceType documentsLocation usa Last checked 19990503 bronchitis Article summarising the
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    American Lung Association: Diseases A to Z
    Information on lung cancer, tuberculosis, emphysema and A1AD related emphysema, pneumonia, sarcoidosis, influenza, HIV / AIDS and lung disease, covering the causes, types, symptoms, and treatment of each.
    Author: American Lung Association
    Subjects: bronchitis, influenza, lung cancer, lungs, pneumonia, tuberculosis
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    Article summarising the causes and characteristics of bronchitis, bodily effects and details of current research.
    Author: Center for Current Research
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    Information about lung health for healthcare professionals and the public. Includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema, cystic fibrosis, influenza, lung cancer and tuberculosis. Author: Australian Lung Foundation Subjects: bronchitis, cystic fibrosis, influenza, lung cancer, lungs, pneumonia, tuberculosis
  • 57. Smokers More Susceptible To Illness [06/25/01]
    Statistics Canada analysis shows that cigarettes and tobacco products not only kill the customer, they also cause debilitating illnesses along the way, such as bronchitis, asthma and high blood pressure.
    FIRST on the Internet for Smoking News and Documents Action on Smoking and Health
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    Entirely Supported by Tax-Deductible Contributions Search Info About To Join ... Email Page To Comment or Read Other Members' Comments Click Here Smokers More Susceptible to Illness [06/25-4]
    Excerpts from: Smokers get ill sooner, study says
    Only half of them will reach age 65 free of diseases such as bronchitis, StatsCan warns

    By BRIAN LAGHI Smokers get ill sooner, study says
    OTTAWA Canadians who smoke not only die sooner, but a new report
    says half of them won't reach their golden years without suffering a chronic
    illness. The Statistics Canada analysis, released yesterday, found what almost every
    other investigation of smoking has found: that those who indulge in the habit die
    before those who don't. But the data, culled from the agency's continuing National Population Health
    Survey begun seven years ago, also indicated that smokers' quality of life in

    58. Acute Bronchitis
    bronchitis can be acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis is the sudden inflammationof the b tracheobronchial tree /b , which comprises
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    Acute bronchitis is the sudden inflammation of the tracheobronchial tree , which comprises the trachea, or windpipe (tube that leads from the throat to the lungs) and the bronchi (bronchial tubes, air passages of the lungs). It is typically associated with a viral upper respiratory tract infection (URI), such as the common cold, and is usually mild. In patients with chronic lung or heart disease, acute bronchitis is more severe, and can become chronic and progress to pneumonia. Infection causes the mucous membrane of the bronchial tubes to become inflamed and produce thick, sticky mucus. The overproduction of mucus reduces the normal defensive function (called clearing function) of the cilia, the small hairlike structures of the bronchial tubes responsible for moving secretions and debris out of the lungs. Inflammation and accumulated mucus narrow the airways, restrict respiration, and promote bacterial infection. The viruses that cause this condition are often transmitted when they are expelled through coughing, sneezing, and talking. They can also be transmitted through contact with infected drinking glasses and eating utensils.

    59. Bronchitis Education At UCHSC
    Patient Information Sheet for chest colds/bronchitis. Campaign Announcement Letterfrom Medical Director. Colds, Flu and bronchitis Magnets (3x5in).
    This page displays household and patient educational materials used in a study published by Gonzales, et al in a future issue of JAMA
    For more information, contact
    Dr. Gonzales (
    This site created 3/8/1999
    Click on images for full size picture. Return to UCHSC General Internal Medicine Home Page Patient Information Sheet for chest colds/bronchitis
    Campaign Announcement Letter from Medical Director
    Colds, Flu and Bronchitis Magnets (3x5in) Brochure 1 Brochure 2 Campaign Poster 11 x 17 Return to UCHSC General Internal Medicine Home Page

    60. Breathe Easy - Abnormal Lung Anatomy; Chronic Bronchitis; What Happens With COPD
    What happens with COPD; chronic bronchitis, with links to other lung disorders.
    What Happens With COPD Chronic Bronchitis
    If you have chronic bronchitis:
    • the cells lining the inside of the bronchi are continuously inflamed
    • the airways in your lungs have become narrow and partly clogged with mucus
    The bronchi are air passages connecting the windpipe (trachea) with the sacs of the lung (alveoli), where oxygen is taken up by the blood. Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi. This inflammation causes excessive production of mucus and swelling of the bronchial walls. Airflow into and out of the lungs is obstructed. With chronic bronchitis, the mucus cannot be cleared. Instead of helping to clean the lungs, it causes obstruction in the airways. The mucus is thicker and more difficult to cough up. This provides a means for bacteria to settle in the lower airways and increases the risk of infection. Chronic bronchitis is caused mainly by cigarette smoke. It is characterized by:
    • persistent cough
    • production of mucus
    The degree of breathlessness experienced depends on the degree of congestion of the airways and inflammation of the bronchial mucus membranes. Defence Mechanisms of the Lungs Emphysema
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