Respiratory and Blood Infections

Respiratory or blood infections are used to describe infections of the lungs or airways. The main respiratory illnesses include chronic bronchitis, asthma, COPD, influenza, tuberculosis, lung cancer, and pneumonia. As a result, nasopharyngeal infections cause nasal discharge, bronchitis causes coughing and the production of sputum, and pneumonia causes coughing, the production of sputum, an increase in respiratory rate, and changes in chest radiography. The majority of bacteria cause pneumonia, but the majority of viruses cause more bronchitis. When an infected individual coughs or sneezes, infections typically pass from the infected person to the healthy person.

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