The Durango Health Department has treated 1,912 asthma patients.
So far this year, the Durango Health Department has treated 1,912 patients for asthma, a chronic inflammation of the airways.
Of these, 755 men and 1,157 women were treated for the disease, which mainly occurs in childhood.
Meanwhile, 109,329 patients are receiving treatment across the country, according to official reports.
Among them, the total number of men is 46,558, and the total number of women is 62,771.
Asthma is a chronic disease that causes inflammation of the bronchial tubes and is characterized by recurring breathing problems.
Complications include coughing attacks, difficulty breathing, and chest wheezing due to bronchial narrowing.
Sometimes, due to a lack of knowledge, the condition is dismissed as a simple flu, and antibiotics or self-medication are used to control the runny nose, sneezing, coughing, wheezing, or shortness of breath.
In the above circumstances, there is no doubt that something more serious may have triggered the crisis or put the life of the person suffering the crisis at risk.
People with asthma have bronchi that are more sensitive and respond to environmental conditions, causing the airways to narrow.