Bacterial tracheitis is a rare infection that can develop in your trachea. It’s more likely to affect children. Learn about the symptoms and treatment options.Author: Darla Burke.
Bacterial tracheitis is characterized by acute upper airway obstruction in which indirect laryngoscopy is normal. Roentgenograms reveal an irregular tracheal air column. Endoscopic evaluation demonstrates a normal supraglottic and glottic larynx with purulent debris, mucosal ulcerations, and edema Cited by: 13.
Aug 21, 2019 · Tracheitis is an infection of the trachea (breathing tube or windpipe) that is most often caused by the bacteria. The most common bacteria involved include Staphylococcus aeureus, Streptococcus pneumoniae, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.Tracheitis most frequently occurs in small children and can make it very difficult to breathe.
Viral tracheitis, however, like any other infectious disease, is dangerous for both the mother and the fetus, because the pathogens are able to penetrate the placental barrier. Tracheitis during pregnancy is quite a serious threat in terms of treatment if the disease is diagnosed as a bacterial infection.