bronchiospasm

bronchiospasm

/bron·chio·spasm/ (brong´ke-o-spazm″) bronchospasm.

bronchiospasm

bronchiospasm

(brong'ke-o-spazm) [Gr. bronchos, windpipe, + spasmos, a convulsion] Bronchospasm.

bronchiospasm

bronchospasm.
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High concentrations of inflammatory mediators can cause: * Infectious exacerbations and * More mucus production bacterial colonization, resulting from stagnation of * Increased recruitment of secretions inflammatory cells * Damage to or destruction of * Edema, or tissue swelling cilia * Bronchiospasm, resulting in * Lung overinflation sudden narrowing of the airways * Suboptimal ventilation/ * Progressive lung tissue perfusion balance injury and destruction * Atelectasis, or collapsed * Destruction of cilia alveoli * Infectious exacerbations * Overall obstruction of airways * Bacterial colonization * Irreversible fibrosis, or scar tissue formation
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