Chronic Bronchitis can be a very serious condition that affects children. Chronic bronchitis is persistent or repeated episodes of bronchitis. When bronchitis lasts three months or more, it is termed chronic bronchitis. Chronic bronchitis is also apparent when a child has bronchitis for most of the days in a three month period for two years in a row and when other lung diseases or conditions have been excluded.
Symptoms of Chronic Bronchitis
- Vomiting or spitting out mucus
- Frequent respiratory infections
- Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, or constriction of the breathing tubes
- Lips or skin turning blue
- Swelling of feet and other extremities
- Heart failure
If your child is further injured because a doctor failed to test for, diagnose, or treat chronic bronchitis, you may have a valid claim for medical malpractice. You should contact us immediately to see if you have a case.
Parents can learn more about medical malpractice lawsuits by visiting our firm's medical malpractice section. Another great resource on Michigan medical malpractice cases is our FREE BOOK, "The Ultimate Medical Malpractice Handbook," which will answer many questions you may have on these cases
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