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Acute bronchitis is caused by inflammation of the bronchial passages. It is one of the most common diagnoses in general medicine. Acute bronchitis occurs most frequently in spring and autumn. It affects all ages although it is most common in children, the elderly and those with a compromised immune system.
Viruses cause 90% of all cases of acute bronchitis. Initially, the viruses cause a common cold, which then moves from the upper respiratory tract into its deeper, lower areas. It is not unusual for a viral infection to be followed by bacterial bronchitis.
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Symptoms of acute bronchitis generally start some three or four days after the common cold.
Symptoms may include some or all of the following:
Should symptoms persist, a doctor should be consulted to prevent the development of chronic bronchitis.