Pulido Lung Clinic Logo small version
Address : 2624 Atlantic Blvd.
Jacksonville, Fl 32207
Phone : (904) 513-3240
Fax : 904-551-6851

Acute Lung Care Services

Image of Couple Walking on the beach laughing and enjoying themselves.3D rendering of healthy Human Lungs2 Dimensional image of healthy aveoli. (The small sacs in the lungs where air exchange takes place)Rock Climbing Slider ImageXRay of Acute bronchitis
Temporary Image What is acute bronchitis?
Acute bronchitis is an infection of the bronchial (say: brawn-kee-ull) tree. The bronchial tree is made up of the tubes that carry air into your lungs. When these tubes get infected, they swell and mucus (thick fluid) forms inside them. This makes it hard for you to breathe. Acute bronchitis is bronchitis that lasts a short time (several weeks or less), while chronic bronchitis is bronchitis that is long-lasting or recurring (and is usually caused by constant irritation of the bronchial tree, such as from smoking).


What is Asthma?
Asthma is a disease of the lungs. The airways of people who have asthma are extra sensitive to the things they're allergic to (called allergens) and to other irritating things in the air (called irritants). Asthma symptoms start when allergens or other irritants cause the lining of the airways to become inflamed (swollen) and narrow. The muscles around the airways can then spasm (contract rapidly), causing the airways to narrow even more. When the lining of the airways is inflamed, it produces more mucus. The mucus clogs the airways and further blocks the flow of air. This is called an "asthma attack."


What is exercise-induced bronchospasm?
Exercise-induced bronchospasm (also called EIB) happens when the airways in your lungs shrink (get smaller) while you are exercising. This makes it difficult to breathe. If you have EIB, it can be hard for you to exercise for more than 30 minutes at a time.

UA-47718074-1 Web Design BangladeshWeb Design BangladeshMymensingh