Infection Induced Asthma

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Infection Induced Asthma

Infection-induced asthma is the onset of an asthma attack due to respiratory bacterial infections and other infections. Common illnesses including the cold and flu, can affect your lungs when you have asthma. They can cause inflammation (swelling) and bronchoconstriction (airway narrowing). These changes could trigger an asthma episode or attack.

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