SYN: capillary bronchitis, really only an extension of severe bronchitis - involves small bronchial tubes and lung tissue around these - chiefly in children (and always in infants) and aged


from Dr JH Kellogg's Prescriptions...

General Method:

see Lobar Pneumonia and Pneumonia

In Convalescence:



from Dr JH Kellogg's Hydriatic Techniques...

the common pneumonia of today cf. Lobar Pneumonia



from Dr GK Abbott's Prescriptions...


Undulant Fever treat as usual

To maintain blood oxygen:

In infants:

  • Hot Tub Bath 39°C 6min then
    • Heating Pack - crying will assist expectoration after child wakes or if they do not sleep finish with
    • Wet Hand Rub with interval Chest Pack
    • if they sleep remove in 1hour by tepid Sponge
    • if there is cyanosis and chilliness use warm bath as above or sheet pack wrung from warm water as skin must be kept warm.
  • Infants do not need extremes of temperature

Streptococcal Pneumonia

In Measles - every 3 hours: to improve breathing and expectoration

If high fever


  • Cold air