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Like so many other diseases, bronchitis can be acute (short term) or chronic (long term). Chronic bronchitis is a problem, usually in smokers, while acute bronchitis is usually a viral infection, more rarely bacterial, viral sometimes secondarily surinfectée by a bacterium.

The symptoms of acute or chronic bronchitis include:

* Cough producing mucus (sputum); colouring expectorants has no significance as to the origin viral or bacterial.
* Mucus bloody (pink, red or rusty); mucus (to be evaluated by the doctor)
* Dyspnoea, aggravated by exertion
* Fatigue
* Low fever
* Chest pain poorly systematized
* Malaise
* Headache (in the case of acute bronchitis)
* Noise inspiration or expiration (rattle)

Acute Bronchitis

* Usually lasts about 10 to 11 days.
* Occurs usually after a cold or infection.

Chronic bronchitis
Chronic bronchitis is a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, in which the airways are blocked by mucus.

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