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What is the difference between Bronchitis and Flu?

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H. Barnes

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H. Barnes, Unemployed, Barnes, Atlanta

Answered Aug 22, 2019

Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lungs, at bronchitis. The ailment can be chronic or acute in nature. It appears when the large bronchi, small bronchi, and the trachea are affected with any form of infection. Flu, on the other hand, can also be referred to as influenza. This disease is caused by a virus called influenza from which it gets its name. The two types of influenza we have are influenza A and influenza B. The infection of bronchitis lasts for some days, while that of influenza stays for weeks.

Bronchitis is an inflammation of the lungs, at bronchitis. The ailment can be chronic or acute in
There are many factors that can cause bronchitis inflammation. It can be caused by the influenza virus, by inhaling allergic people inhaling dust or fumes, infection of the upper respiratory tract, and it can be caused by some bacteria such as mycoplasma pneumonia, elderly people can be affected by it, and it can be caused by smoking too. Flu is caused through the transfer of it from an infected organism; it can be transferred through sneezing, coughing, sex, and touch sometimes.

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