Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Artis Tajir Seksi
Askep Chronic bronchitis: Acute bronchitis is inflammation of the bronchi are usually about the trachea and larynx, so often named also by laringotracheobronchitis. This inflammation can arise as abnormalities of the airway itself or as part of a systemic disease such as in morbili, pertussis, ditteri, and typhus abdominalis.
The term theory of chronic bronchitis showed abnormalities in bronchi that are chronic (long) and is caused by various factors, including factors that come from outside the bronchi and the bronchi themselves. Chronic bronchitis is a condition associated with excessive production of mucus trakheobronkhial, causing a cough that occurs for at least three months in a year for more than two years in a row. Chronic bronchitis is not a form of chronic from acute bronchitis. However, over time, can be found in the acute period of chronic bronchitis. This shows the existence of bacterial attack on the walls of bronchi that is not normal, secondary infection by bacteria can cause more damage that will make things worse.