Asthmatic Bronchitis

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Weak Respiratory System, the Cause for Asthmatic Bronchitis

When acute bronchitis is not treated properly or necessary steps are not taken on time, it may lead to asthmatic bronchitis or chronic bronchitis. The functions of the respiratory organs worsen and this creates permanent damage to the respiratory tract. When the medicines for acute bronchitis are not effective in clearing the air passage clogged with mucus, it leads to asthmatic bronchitis.

Though the symptoms such as breathlessness, cough and wheezing are evident in broncitis, the type of bronchitis can only be found through laboratory tests. Because asthmatic bronchitis, emphysema and chronic bronchitis generate same type of symptoms, it is not easy to identify the exact type of bronchitis. In order to find out the exact reason for illness, patient’s report on symptoms is usually insufficient. Physicians rely on laboratory tests and thorough physical examination of the patient to find out the type of disease prior to the treatment.

Asthmatic bronchitis is an obstructive condition of the respiratory organs of your body. Normally bronchitis creates irritation and inflammation in the respiratory tract. The bronchial tubes, mucus membrane other respiratory tissues and organs which enhance breathing become obstructed by the irritants such as chemicals, dust, pollen or get infected with viruses. Naturally our body defends against all irritants, but when the immunity goes down, the irritants get into the body with ease and cause the pertaining health problem. Regular visits to the doctor should be made to catch a problem early on. So, book an appointment whether you have Aviva health insurance, insurance with another company or none at all.

The function of bronchial tube is to produce mucus, which gives a protective cover to respiratory organs. In addition to that the soft tissues of the respiratory organs, bronchial tubes and mucous membrane are filled with cilia, which are hair like structures that prevent viruses and irritants to enter the lungs. Even then a long-term exposure to irritants enables viruses and airborne particles to enter the organs easily and cause infection and inflammation. This situation forces the bronchial tube to produce excess mucus.

The major cause for the asthmatic bronchitis is the external agents rather than bacteria or viruses. Hyperactivity of the respiratory tract, weak immune system and serious childhood respiratory problems are the factors that facilitate the improvement of asthmatic bronchitis. The common signs are coughing, difficulty in breathing, inconvenience in the chest portion while breathing and wheezing.

Breathing becomes very difficult in some cases, so immediate medical attention is required to remove the obstruction in the respiratory tract. Intake of medicines can improve the condition of the health by fighting against the bacteria. Patients can be given steroids and medicines for inhalation to get instant relief. The medicines are useful in removing the congestion from the airways clogged with mucus.
As the external irritants aggravate the situation, it is better to be away from them. In a few cases, the patients require hospitalization and medical monitoring is inevitable till the symptoms are ameliorated.

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Posted by admin - May 22, 2009 at 8:35 am

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67 Responses to “Asthmatic Bronchitis”

  1. N. Howard says:

    5 year coughs all night she’s not sick i think she a little asthmatic what can i do for the cough?

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    admin Reply:

    Please consult your medical practitioner immediately. Or Let us know what are the other symptoms that the person has? 5 year prolonged cough is definitely not good.

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  2. Robert M. Johnson says:

    how long will i wheeze with asthmatic bronchitis?

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    MrTox Reply:

    Wheezing period depends on the nature and tolerance level in your body. Medication can really ease the wheezing that you have. But ensure that the medications are taken properly at the right time

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  3. Thomason says:

    what pharmacist should know asthmatic medication?

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    MrTox Reply:

    Any physician would be able to guide you with this. But make sure that you tell him the right symptoms clearly. Take the medicines properly as per his suggestions. That would help

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  4. Dork says:

    what happens during asthmatic suffocation?

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    Depression Reply:

    Not all people have these symptoms, and symptoms may vary from one asthma attack to another. Symptoms can differ in how severe they are: Sometimes symptoms can be mildly annoying, other times they can be serious enough to make you stop what you are doing, and sometimes symptoms can be so serious that they are life threatening

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  5. DcrDetox says:

    @Dork
    Asthma is the problem where your air passage gets constricted and you have difficulty in breathing. But asthmatic suffocation, often known as the episode is where the tissues/cilia present in your air passage secretes abnormal amount of mucus thereby obstructing air from entering in and leaving the lungs. As a result, the patient would have enormous difficulty in breathing. He might also have coughing, suffocation, wheezing and other such symptoms.

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  6. Rhoda says:

    when do asthmatic children lungs begin remodelling?

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    DcrDetox Reply:

    Usually, the remodeling happens only in case of prolonged and chronic bronchitis. This also happens after several years of suffering from the disease. So before all that, you can get a good medical practitioner to get this treated on time.

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  7. Mickie J. Myerson says:

    how to treat asthmatic bronchitis?

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    DcrDetox Reply:

    Antibiotics, steroids taken orally, humidifiers can help alleviating the problem. Stop smoking can be of great help in getting relief.

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  8. Mickie J. Myerson says:

    how long can asthmatic bronchitis last?

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    DcrDetox Reply:

    The episodes can last for few hours to few days. But the wheezing, sneezing and coughing can go on for weeks. So be careful and have medicines wherever you are.

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  9. Klaudia Baier says:

    what drugs are used to treat acute asthmatic attack and why is prednisone prescribed and taken in do?

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    DcrDetox Reply:

    Few effective steps that can help in treatment are controlling the environment, monitoring lung functions, use of medicines such as anti inflammatories. Prednisone is an anti inflammatory medicine that can reduce the number of inflamed tissues. It can also prevent he secretion of too mucus into the airway. Hence prednisone is used as a medication in case of acute asthmatic attacks.

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    Very good explanation of the asthmatic bronchitis, a bit hard to understand for everyday people but very informative. Thanks

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    How many people are effected by this on a yearly basis? I have not heard of this being all that common.

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  13. Sheila says:

    My son has asthma and just got diagnosed with bronchitis. Is it common for people who have asthma to get bronchitis? Also unsure of if I should continue to use a humidifier in his room at night or not?

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    admin Reply:

    Inflammation of the air sac usually caused by microbial infection is bronchitis. It is often caused by bacteria. Cough and wheezing are the indicators of this problem.
    Asthma is the allergic response that results in constriction of lung passage. This results in shortness of breath and wheezing. Cough is usually not present.
    Both are completely different.

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    DofZion Reply:

    I’m not sure I totally agree with your definition of Asthma. I have been told by a physician that coughing is a prevalent symptom that asthma is present. The physician stated that sometimes this is the only symptom. Some people never wheeze but cough a lot. I know everyone is different and I am still trying to figure out what’s wrong with me because I have been coughing and wheezing for almost 2 months now every single day! I was finally told that it is most likely asthma and I was put on Prednisone and Flovent. I do plan to get a second opinion because from what I am reading I think I suffer more from bronchitis.

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    adam Reply:

    i am curious do you smoke an if you do have you stopped ?

    Amy Reply:

    2 of my 4 sons have asthma. Their symptoms have always been wheezing and coughing. During severe attacks they would have shortness of breath, but uncontrollable coughing was always their biggest issue!

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    Is there any prevention steps taken for asthma? If so, kindly let me know about it… Thank you.

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  15. Emmanuel says:

    Good point! Thanks!

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    explain this diagnosis: Obstructive Ventilatory defect of mild severity. Overall compatible with Mild Asthmatic Bronchitis. DLCO is reduced and could be related to early Interstitial Disease. First what is DLCO , secondly I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and RA Lung.

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  18. Quitting Smoking says:

    I use to smoke and is suffered from Asthmatic Bronchitis. Now that I have quit smoking my illness has stopped. Smoking causes allot of sicknesses and its very bad for your health.

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  19. Clare @ deed poll says:

    Cough… Cough… Cough… It just lingers for weeks and doesn’t stop. The coughing doesn’t let you sleep and makes you feel weak and exhausted.

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  20. Crystal Thomas says:

    I was wondering if having asthmatic broncitis means that I will be especialy vonerable to it in the future, as I have heard. Is this true?

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    I am currently 43 years old and I never thought that I would have asthma. When I was a little girl, I played every sport I could, and my mother practically had to chase me down to get me to come inside. When I found it hard to do things that I would do everyday, I knew something was wrong. My doctor informed me that I had developed asthma and that I should take is easy. I was devastated, and I still am every time that I refill my prescriptions and see the bill. I do not have any insurance or prescription coverage and it is very difficult to obtain what I need. I hope that this card will help, and if it does I will be so very thankful for it!

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    am i acceptable to bronchitis because of my asthma ? I’m recovering from two bouts of it. What can i do to get it under control ??

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    Bronchitis and Asthma are completely different things! however if you have Asthma and then get Bronchitis symptoms can be much worse, so meds should be something that are easily and readily available to you! that is why the US healthcare system sucks!

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    to yogitonmoy-I am not sure why you think asthma patients are weak. I have asthma and also does my brother, we are far from weak. I take it you DO NOT have asthma. I have rollerbladed marathons and run 4 to 5 times a week. In the past my chest would hurt and my back ache from trying to breath so hard! Through breathing exercises, watching your weight and staying in shape. As of now I am far from weak.

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  36. Bean says:

    hi friends, my mother is suffering from the same disease , that u have mentioned in this article.
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  39. sue says:

    LOTS of misinformation here.

    Watch your kids as COUGHING is very frequently the ONLY sign of first sign of asthma. Every little cough or cold should not set you into panic, but if your child seems to get coughs more frequently than others or if they seem to last longer, mention it to the DR. If there is a WHEEZE, no matter how slight, mention that for sure. If in doubt , make an appt, with a pulmonologist.

    Yes smoking exacerbates ALL respitaory illnes, and some people are ‘ cured’ if not made much much better once they stop.

    Hope this helps !

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  40. I have asthma and also does my brother, we are far from weak.

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    My littlest one rarely gets sick, but when she does it’s all respiratory. Last time she was hospitalized for pneumonia. I wonder if it could be mold since they ruled out asthma?

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    Watch your kids as COUGHING is very frequently

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  47. Rob says:

    My kids have suffered from Asthma, and we have found there is definitely a high correllation with cold/damp weather and dust. But I have read that there are many causes, guess it’s different for each person.

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