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Is there a cure for tracheitis?

Yes, tracheitis is a curable infection. Most children with tracheitis make a complete recovery. Antibiotics are used to treat the infection; some children also require endotracheal intubation (a plastic tube inserted into the trachea) to help them breathe. Getting prompt medical attention is the key to curing tracheitis.

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