Chronic bronchitis in children
Chronic bronchitis in children is a disease without obstruction, the episodes of which are repeated 2-3 times a year for a year or two, more often against the background of info /? Category_name =% D0% BE% D1% 80% D0% B2% D0% B8 “The ARVI has a propensity for prolonged flow and is characterized by the absence of irreversible functional and morphological changes in the bronchopulmonary system. It is preceded by recurrent bronchitis in children – a clinical form of childhood bronchitis, and most often observed in preschool age -7.14% of cases in the structure of acute respiratory pathology of children. In the international classification of diseases recurrent bronchitis in children as a nosological form is absent, but many pediatric schools consider it appropriate to isolate this disease as an intermediate form between acute and chronic bronchitis, when the inflammation of the bronchi is already noted, but it is still reversible. It is known that recurrent bronchitis in children, lasting more than 4-5 years, is a harbinger of chronic bronchitis of adolescents and adults. Therefore, it is important at this stage to allocate such children to follow-up, identifying the causes of recurrent bronchitis and conducting rehabilitation measures.
Why there is a chronic recurrent bronchitis in children
The cause of exacerbation of recurrent bronchitis in children is the virus-bacterial flora (pneumococcus, hemophilic rod, in schoolchildren – mycoplasma and pneumococci). The crucial factors in the development of chronic bronchitis in children are the following: