women have been noted to have a higher incidence of acute and chronic

Women have been noted to have a higher incidence of

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women have been noted to have a higher incidence of acute and chronic respiratory problems when tobacco use is involved as opposed to that of men (Singh & Zahn, 2017). Furthermore, women related to men who are smokers or have a higher incidence of genetical respiratory disease (Howraman, Backer, Kyvik, Skytthe, & Thomsen, 2014) References Epocrates (2019). Acute Bronchitis. Retrieved from
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Hart, A. M. (2014, September 18). Evidence-based diagnosis and management of acute bronchitis. The Nurse Practitioner , 39 (9), 32-39. Healthline (2019). Acute Bronchitis: Symptoms, Causes, Treatment, and More. Retrieved from Heuther, S. E., & McCance, K. L. (2017). Alterations in Pulmonary Function. In Understanding Pathophysiology (6 ed., pp. 687-714). St. Louis, MO: Elsevier. Howraman, M., Backer, V., Kyvik, K., Skytthe, A., & Thomsen, S. (2014, September). Heredity of chronic bronchitis: A registry-based twin study. Respiratory Medicine , 108 (9), 1321- 1326. Singh, A., & Zahn, E. (2017). Bronchitis, Acute. Stat Pearls . Retrieved from Worrall, G. (2008). Acute bronchitis. Can Fam Physician , 54 (2), 238-239. Retrieved from
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