Are there natural ways to treat bacterial tracheitis?

Yes, antibiotics. ...Nearly all of which are derived from nature. E.G. Penecillin and cephalosporins all their relatives come from fungi. That said, nearly all forms of "tracheitis" and bronchitis are due to viruses, and then you can use all the non-doctor prescribed meds you want, because we have few antibiotics for viruses. Treat the symptoms and it usually gets better in spite of, not because of the antibiotics.
Natural? Tracheitis can be treated with antibiotics if caused by a bacteria, but this is less common than viral disease. Finding out the cause will help to determine the best approach to treatment. Stopping smoking or inhaling air contaminants will also help.

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What are the tests for bacterial tracheitis?

Sputum culture. Sputum sent for culture to see if any bacteria grow. Chest x-ray may not be helpful and bronchoscope in extreme cases may be necessary. Read more...

What symptoms does someone with bacterial tracheitis have?

Bad condition. This rare illness produces the abrupt onset of high fever, cough, stridor, sputum which has gross pus in it, sometimes bloody sputum. This is a true medical emergency and patients should be seen by a doctor asap. Read more...

My brother has bacterial tracheitis. What should I tell him?

Should get better. Unless your brother has some form of immune deficiency he should get quite better with appropriate treatment. Any form of infection can produce some damages to tissues which may then increases susceptibility to other infections, but this is not necessarily going to occur. Read more...

What happens to my child as a result of bacterial tracheitis?

Hopefully get better. If acute bacterial tracheitis is treated rapidly and appropriately your child should recover. This often follows some injury to the trachea, and may occur postoperatively following intubation. Sometimes individuals are predisposed to this by forms of immune deficiencies. Your pediatrician can discuss these effectively. Read more...
Long term nothing. Bacterial tracheitis can cause airway obstruction from infected crusts building up in the trachea. It is treated with bronchoscopy, antibiotics, steroids, etc. If there is no need for long term intubation, then there should be no problems with long term issues. Occasionally there will be permanent scarring of the trachea that can be fixed if necessary. Read more...

My husband's grandparent might have bacterial tracheitis. What is it?

Disease of Children. Unusual disease in children and even more so in adults. Sometimes seen after intubation for other conditions or surgery. Often caused by staphylococcus aureus, group a streptococci or other pathogenic bacteria, it is an infection of the lining of the trachea (the tube running down the throat to the lungs) and produces high fever, cough with purulent sputum, stridor and respiratory distress. Read more...
Trachel infection. Tracheitis is an infection of the trachea. It usually starts as a virus, and then the bacterial infection follows. It can be quite dangerous and life threatening and requires hospitalization and medications, and sometimes surgery. Read more...