Sunday, March 20, 2011
Artis Artis Seksi Asia
Artis Artis Seksi Asia Pathophysiology Attack of acute bronchitis may arise in a single attack or may arise again as acute exacerbation of chronic bronchitis. In general, the virus is the beginning of an attack of acute bronchitis in the upper respiratory tract infection. The doctor will diagnose chronic bronchitis if the patient has a cough or sputum production experience for more than three months within a year or at least in two consecutive years.
Bronchitis attack caused by the body exposed to infection and non-infectious agents (particularly cigarettes). Irritants (substances that cause irritation) will cause an inflammatory response which causes vasodilation, congestion, mucosal edema, and bronchospasm. Unlike emphysema, bronchitis affects more small and large airway than alveoli. In the state of bronchitis, the air flow is still possible not obstacle.