Noun(1) inflammation of the membranes lining the bronchial tubes
(1) Pneumonia, bronchitis , and sinus and ear infections are three examples of complications from flu.(2) Moreover, about half of the subjects with new asthma also reported chronic bronchitis .(3) A bout of influenza in 1997 developed into bronchitis and pneumonia and put him into hospital.(4) They all presented with typical symptoms of bronchitis and recurrent sinusitis or otitis.(5) It focused on therapy, and chronic bronchitis and emphysema were redefined.(6) Sometimes people with a chronic lung disease such as emphysema or bronchitis can take beta blockers.(7) This is a viral infection that typically causes conjunctivitis, bronchitis , rash and fever.(8) Chronic bronchitis is an inflammation and eventual scarring of the lining of the bronchial tubes.(9) Similar issues arise in relation to bronchitis or asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.(10) Sometimes, the colds cause pneumonia or exacerbate chronic bronchitis or asthma.(11) Over the years, the patient had been hospitalized many times with bronchitis and pneumonia.(12) Some human lung diseases such as chronic bronchitis may leave the patient drowsy or even comatose because of the build up of carbon dioxide in the body.(13) This means it is very bad for people with respiratory problems such as bronchitis and asthma.(14) Maternal smoking was associated with only wheezy bronchitis and not asthma.(15) a bronchitis sufferer(16) Rarely, flu can develop into a high fever, acute bronchitis , encephalitis and pneumonia.
(1) chronic bronchitis :: kroniese bronchitis
1. bronchitis ::
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