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  1. Sinus Survival: the holistic medical treatment for allergies, asthma,bronchitis, colds, and sinusitis. Third Edition by Robert S. Ivker, 1988
  2. Cor Pulmonale in Chronic Bronchitis and Emphysema by M. L. Murphy, 1984-07
  3. Nature cure for bronchitis and emphysema (Self help series) by Clifford Quick, 1968
  4. For Those Who Live and Breathe: A Manual for Patients With Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis by Thomas L. Petty, 1972-06
  5. Social and emotional effects of chronic bronchitis by M. F Rubeck, 1971
  6. For Those Who Live and Breathe With Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis by Thomas Petty, 1967-01-01
  7. Chronic Bronchitis - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by ICON Health Publications, 2004-09-16
  8. Coping With Bronchitis and Emphysema (Overcoming Common Problems Series) by Tom Smith, 1994-01
  9. Diets to help asthma and bronchitis, by Roger Newman Turner, 1970
  10. Bronchitis, and Kindred Diseases by William Whitty Hall, 2010-02-14
  11. Emphysema and Chronic Bronchitis. by Stanton. Belinkoff, 1971-01
  12. Endlich durchatmen: Wirksame Atem- und Sporttherapie bei Asthma, chronischer Bronchitis und Lungenemphysem. by Sonja Bissinger, 2005-08-31
  13. Four Lectures On Practical Medicine, and the Homeopathic Treatment of Bronchitis by Robert Douglas Hale, 2010-02-22
  14. On Chronic Bronchitis, Lectures by Edward Headlam Greenhow, 2010-01-10

81. - The Green Pharmacy Herbal Handbook: Bronchitis
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82. Bronchitis
What is bronchitis? bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchial (pronounced“brawnkee-ull”) tubes, or bronchi. Is bronchitis contagious? Yes. Home Infectious Stuff Bronchitis
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What is Bronchitis? lungs What are the Symptoms? Some of the most common symptoms are: a cough, wheezing, fever , and soreness in the chest. Is Bronchitis contagious? Yes. Bronchitis is contagious. It can be spread by direct or indirect contact. What causes Bronchitis? Bronchitis may be caused by a virus, bacteria, smoking or the inhalation of chemical pollutants or dust. When the cells of the bronchial-lining tissue are irritated beyond a certain point, the tiny hairs (cilia) within them, which normally trap and eliminate pollutants, stop functioning. Consequently, the air passages become clogged by debris and irritation increases. In response, a heavy secretion of mucus develops, which causes the characteristic cough of bronchitis. Types of Bronchitis?

83. Bronchitis
bronchitis. bronchitis is the inflammation of the main bronchial tubes of the lungscaused by a bacterial or viral infection. What to look for. Acute bronchitis

84. Homeopathic Remedies For Bronchitis
bronchitis occurs when the mucous membranes that line the upper breathingtubes become inflamed. Acute bronchitis often bronchitis.
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Antimonium tartaricum: This remedy is indicated when the person has a feeling of wet mucus in the chest, and breathing makes a bubbly, rattling sound. The cough takes effort and is often not quite strong enough to bring the mucus up, although burping and spitting may be of help. The person may feel drowsy or dizzy, and feel better when lying on the right side or sitting up. Bryonia: This remedy is often indicated when a cough is dry and very painful. The person feels worse from any movement, and may even need to hold his or her sides or press against the chest to keep it still. The cough can make the stomach hurt, and digestion may be upset. A very dry mouth is common, and the person may be thirsty. A person who wants to be left alone when ill, and not talked to or disturbed, is likely to need Bryonia Calcarea carbonica: This remedy is often indicated for bronchitis after a cold. The cough can be troublesome and tickling, worse from lying down or stooping forward, worse from getting cold, and worse at night. Children may have fever, sweaty heads while sleeping, and be very tired. Adults may feel more chilly and have clammy hands and feet, breathing problems when walking up slopes or climbing stairs, and generally poor stamina. Causticum: Bronchitis with a deep, hard, racking cough can indicate a need for this remedy. The person fees that mucus is stuck in the throat and upper chest, and may cough continually to try to loosen it. A feeling of rawness and soreness can develop, or a sensation as if a rock is stuck inside. Chills can occur along with fever. Exposure to cool air aggravates the cough, but drinking something cold can help. The person may feel worse when days are cold and clear, and better in wet weather.

85. Bronchitis
bronchitis is an inflammation of the trachea and bronchial tree. bronchitismay be either acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis may
Bronchitis Bronchitis is an inflammation of the trachea and bronchial tree. Bronchitis may be either acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis may be caused by viral or bacterial infections and is often preceded by an upper respiratory tract infection. Acute bronchitis may also result from irritation of the mucous membranes by environmental fumes, acids, solvents, or tobacco smoke. Bronchitis usually begins with a dry, nonproductive cough. After a few hours or days, the cough may become more frequent and produce mucus. A secondary bacterial infection may occur, in which the sputum (bronchial secretions) may contain pus. People whose cough and/or fever continues for more than seven days should visit a medical practitioner. Chronic bronchitis may result from prolonged exposure to bronchial irritants. Cigarette smoking, environmental toxins, and inhaled allergens can all cause chronic irritation of the bronchi. The cells lining the bronchi produce excess mucus in response to the chronic irritation; this excess mucus production can lead to a chronic, productive cough. Bronchitis can be particularly dangerous in the elderly and in people with compromised immune systems . These people should see a doctor if they develop a respiratory infection.
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86. Medic-Planet Bronchitis
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87. Bronchitis
bronchitis. James Allen, MD. I. Acute bronchitis. A. Epidemiology1. 9th most common outpatient illness seen by physicians in the
James Allen, MD
I. Acute Bronchitis
A. Epidemiology
1. 9th most common outpatient illness seen by physicians in the United States 2. the average adult has 3 - 5 viral infections of the upper respiratory tract per year 3. occur throughout the year except RSV, influenza, and parainfluenza which occur in epidemics in late fall through early spring
B. Clinical presentation
1. cough with or without sputum production
a) sputum can be purulent in either bacterial or non-bacterial bronchitis b) many of the agents causing bronchitis also cause pneumonia
2. fever 3. concurrent pharyngitis or laryngitis is very common 4. occasionally: hoarseness, chest pain 5. exam: normal or coarse wheezes and coarse crackles 6. chest x-ray is normal
C. Differential diagnosis
1. pneumonia 2. lung abscess 3. asthma 4. post-nasal drip 5. gastroesophageal reflux disease 6. bronchiectasis 7. chronic bronchitis 8. airway obstruction
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D. Causative agents:
1. viruses (the most common etiology in normal adults)
a) myxoviruses
(1) influenza
(a) winter and early spring (b) incubation period 1-4 days
(2) parainfluenza
(a) October and November (b) causes croup in children, common cold symptoms more common than primary bronchitis in adults

88. Bronchitis
Respiratory. bronchitis. bronchitis refers to inflammation and thickeningof the bronchial tubes. bronchitis What is bronchitis?

89. Bronchitis - Information And Treatment
Help and Information on bronchitis breathing and lung respiratory health problem.Including alternative herbal and nutritional natural treatment. bronchitis.
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Bronchitis Bronchitis is the inflammation or obstruction of the breathing tubes " bronchi " that lead to your lungs. The inflammation results in a buildup of mucus along with symptoms that include: coughing, fever, pain in the chest and/or back, fatigue, sore throat, difficulty breathing, and sudden chills and/or shaking. Bronchitis can be either acute or chronic Acute bronchitis is usually caused by an infection, which can be bacterial, viral, mycoplasmal, or caused by a combination. It typically follows an upper respiratory tract infection, such as a cold or influenza In acute bronchitis, bronchospasm is more often associated with viral than bacterial infection. Most cases of acute bronchitis are self limiting, with full recovery in a few weeks. In some cases, however, the condition can lead to pneumonia . This is more likely to occur in persons who also have a chronic respiratory disease or other serious health problem. ... more Nutrient / Supplement Importance
Helpful notes vitamin C strengthens the immune system and increases the number of white blood cells as well as the quality of the white blood cells. It will also reduce histamine levels.

90. Disease Category Listing (168): Bronchitis
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Are you currently experiencing an acute episode of bronchitis, and you have a cough and you are producing mucus? San Diego; nTouch Research - San Diego

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92. Startseite Bronchitis
Translate this page Husten, bis die Luft weg bleibt, rasselnder Atem und schleimiger Auswurf.Immer mehr Menschen leiden unter der bronchitis. bronchitis. bronchitis.
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Husten, bis die Luft weg bleibt, rasselnder Atem und schleimiger Auswurf. Immer mehr Menschen leiden unter der Bronchitis. Längst ist die chronische Form zu einer Volkskrankheit geworden. In Deutschland sind davon 10 Prozent der Frauen und etwa 15 Prozent der Männer betroffen. Unbehandelt können sich schwerwiegende Folgekrankheiten entwickeln. Aufbau von Lunge und Bronchien
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Akut, chronisch, obstruktiv, asthmatisch, schubartig, ausgelöst durch Viren oder Bakterien - nicht jede Bronchitis ist gleich. Akute Bronchitis
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93. ThirdAge - Adam - Bronchitis
bronchitis. Definition bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi the mainair passages to the lungs. Alternative Names Inflammation bronchi.
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Definition: Bronchitis is an inflammation of the bronchi the main air passages to the lungs.
Alternative Names: Inflammation - bronchi
Causes, incidence, and risk factors: Acute bronchitis generally follows a viral respiratory infection. The viral infection produces bronchial inflammation, which sets the stage for bronchitis and secondary bacterial infection. Chronic bronchitis is a long-term condition of excessive bronchial mucus with a productive cough . Chronic bronchitis is also known as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease Cigarette smoking (active and passive exposure) is the chief cause of this disease. Factors that make it worse include air pollution, infection, familial factors like genetic history and allergies The severity of the disease often relates to the amount and duration of smoking. Chronic bronchitis

94. Chronic Bronchitis
chronic bronchitis. Click Here A Possible Case History. WHAT IS CHRONIC bronchitis? bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes.
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WHAT IS CHRONIC BRONCHITIS ? Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lining of the bronchial tubes. These tubes, the bronchi connect the windpipe with the lungs. When the bronchi are inflamed and/or infected, less air is able to flow to and from the lungs and a heavy mucus or phlegm is coughed up. This is bronchitis. Many people suffer a brief attack of acute bronchitis with cough and mucus production when they have severe colds. Acute bronchitis is usually not associated with fever. Chronic bronchitis is defined by the presence of a mucus-producing cough most days of the month, three months of a year for two successive years without other underlying disease to explain the cough. It may precede or accompany pulmonary emphysema. WHAT CAUSES CHRONIC BRONCHITIS ?

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96. Bronchitis
bronchitis see also Bronchiolitis. Inflammation of mucous membranes liningairways in lungs (bronchi and bronchioles); may be acute or chronic.
Bronchitis see also Bronchiolitis Inflammation of mucous membranes lining airways in lungs (bronchi and bronchioles); may be acute or chronic. Acute bronchitis is usually caused by same viruses which cause Colds Laryngitis , and Influenza , and can be very serious in elderly people or people with Heart failure . Symptoms include Fever , a painful Cough which brings up glutinous yellow sputum, difficult breathing, and wheezing; cold or damp air, and environmental irritants, tend to make symptoms worse. Symptoms wear off within about 10 days, but full recovery may take up to 4 weeks. If resistance is low, inflammation may become chronic. Antibiotics are only given if there is secondary bacterial infection, otherwise orthodox treatment is limited to bronchodilator drugs or cough suppressants. If homeopathic remedies in Self Help section do not relieve symptoms within the dose period, or if temperature rises above 39 C (lO2 F), or phlegm has blood in it, or breathing gets extremely difficult, consult your doctor if there is no improvement in 2 hours and give Ferrum phos. 6c

97. Bronchitis
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98. Acute Bronchitis, Chronic Bronchitis, Brontis Treatments, Smoking, Lungs
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99. Bronchitis
bronchitis bronchitis is the technical name for inflamed or irritatedairways. bronchitis can last anywhere between a few days and

100. LookSmart - Bronchitis
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