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Dry and wet coughs in infants and newborns
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Dry and wet coughs in infants and newborns

 A cough is a frequent symptom of an infection of the upper respiratory tract (the common cold). It is particularly dangerous for a newborn or an infant because it makes breathing difficult, weakens the baby and prevents sleep.

There are two basic types of cough accompanying the common cold:
a wet cough – namely productive.

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Bronchitis in children and infants - symptoms and treatment
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Bronchitis in children and infants - symptoms and treatment

 Small children very frequently catch bronchitis while in a period of reduced body immunity. This is often a viral infection (less frequently a bacterial one) of the lower respiratory tract. Bronchitis may also occur as a result of an improperly treated common cold. »
Effective treatment for bronchitis
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Effective treatment for bronchitis

 When you suspect you or your relatives may have bronchitis, it is extremely important to consult a physician who will diagnose the disease and order proper treatment.

Remember that effective treatment of bronchitis requires a lot of self-discipline in taking medications. Therefore:
Use medications according to the physician's recommendation
Do not shorten the course of treatment; do not stop using the prescribed antibiotic as soon as you feel better.

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Effective methods for treating the common cold in children
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Effective methods for treating the common cold in children

 If your child catches the common cold it usually means a viral infection of the upper respiratory tract.

Remember that an effective method of treating the common cold in children is firstly treating the symptoms of the infection by using the following medications:
anti-fever and painkilling medications. Syrups with paracetamol or ibuprofen may be given to an infant older than 3 months,
combined products for children containing paracetamol and vitamin C.

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The common cold in infants
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The common cold in infants

 Because their immune system is still developing, newborns and infants can catch the common cold in the period of increased cases of infections of the upper respiratory tract. In such a situation it is worth consulting a pediatrician immediately (especially with an infant) because treating such young children requires specialised procedures.
Remember that treating the common cold in infants consists, above all, of alleviating the symptoms of the infection. »
Acute bronchitis - common causes
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Acute bronchitis - common causes

 Acute bronchitis is a serious infection of the lower respiratory tract, requiring proper pharmacological treatment due to the risk of complications.

Causes of acute bronchitis

The most common causes of bronchitis include:
viral infections (adenoviruses, rhinoviruses, the influenza and parainfluenza virus, the Coxsackievirus),
bacterial infection,
complications from the common cold or influenza which has not been fully treated (remember that even regular rhinitis combined with a wet cough may result in acute bronchitis).


Factors increasing the risk of acute bronchitis


There are also factors which increase the risk of falling ill with bronchitis.

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Chronic bronchitis - common causes and symptoms
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Chronic bronchitis - common causes and symptoms

 If you notice you have a chronic, persistent cough for at least 3 months a year and it is accompanied by the expectoration of secretion and phlegm, it may mean that you suffer from chronic bronchitis.

A wet cough is not the only symptom of the disease. When you suffer from chronic bronchitis you may also feel weakness, difficulties in breathing and lethargy.

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