Bacterial infection in COPD

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According to the British hypothesis proposed that recurrent bronchial infections were the reason that some smokers developed airflow obstruction while others did not. The recent studies have described a relationship between lung function decline and respiratory infections. Chronic bronchitis, respiratory infections and sputum bacterial counts; have been shown to be related to decline in lung function in COPD. The role of chronic bronchitis remains controversial though.

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