As a mycologist physician, I know the structure of bronchi and peculiarities in emergence of obstructive bronchitis to the letter. Based on this knowledge, I wrote this paper, which can be supportive for patients with this diagnosis. My objective is rendering of high-quality medical aid to sick children. Over here, you can see video about my method in treatment of this disease:
During obstructive bronchitis, an inflammation reaction emerges in human bronchi intended to fight with bacteria that appeared in remnants of lubricating substance released by the mucosa. This substance evaporates fully under normal circumstances owing to that smooth muscular layer opens widely the bronchial tube opening. However, in case of muscle swelling of the muscles, which control the bronchial tube opening size, the mucus cannot evaporate and becomes a suitable medium for bacterial growth.
Why the swelling emerges?
The main reason in emergence of the bronchial swelling is the swelling of the child’s intercostal muscles. In the majority of cases, premature infants suffer from intercostal swelling that prevents their muscles to stretch out completely. A breath intake occurs partially that lessens the air volume inhaled by the lungs’ respiratory diaphragm.
Full-functional breathing act
Air inhalation into the lungs occurs owing to contraction of intercostal muscles, including movement of the ribs and diaphragm flattening. An inhale and exhale cycle is ensured by the so-called breathing excursions, that is, by movements of the chest and diaphragm.
In order to obtain an increase in the chest volume, the diaphragm flattening takes place. This causes emergence of free from air space into which oxygen bears down from outside. Due to inhale of air, the inspirational muscles are contracted, as well as the ribs are raised and moved rotating around the axis passing through the articulations in the dorsal vertebrae. Simultaneously, the lower portion of lungs is ventilated more than its upper segment.
Using the electronic microscope, I understood why the intercostal muscles of patients with obstructive bronchitis cannot expand fully. The fact is that they are in the swelling status. The following photo shows how the sound muscles look like:
Here you can see clearly the emerging swelling of the intercostal muscles of children with various hardness of the bronchitis:
The white spots observed is a protein swelling. Increase in their quantity reduces the muscle flexibility. The less their flexibility is, the less air the diaphragm can inhale.
Photo А – light degree of obstructive bronchitis.
Photo С – severe degree of obstructive bronchitis with dyspnea. The intercostal muscles are very immobile. To consume the required amount of oxygen, the organism has to use its diaphragm more frequently.
This abnormal breathing becomes the reason of mucus appearance, as well as inflammation in the bronchi, as it was noted earlier.
A normal exhale is the result of complete relaxation of the diaphragm. If this does not happen, then sick children will have continuous ingravescence of obstructive bronchitis. Therefore, my task as a physician is recovery of flexibility of the intercostal muscles of a patient. I achieve this goal by means of a specific methodology – emendic message. This therapy demonstrates excellent results. After its application, the patients suffering from obstructive bronchitis and premature infants are rehabilitated up to the diagnosis – healthy.
Obstructive bronchitis in children is a complication of bronchopulmonary dysplasia. The main reason of disease progress is contracture of bronchi opening and accumulation of mucus that, in turn, is caused by the swelling of intercostal muscles. Its acute form is spread mostly among children.
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