Tagged: Pneumonia

Multilobar Pneumonia Symptoms 0

Multilobar Pneumonia Symptoms, Cause and Treatment

Multilobar Pneumonia is a severe and often fatal pulmonary infection, caused by bacteria that become resistant to the normal antibiotics used in the treatment of other conditions, resulting in infections of varying severity. The name ‘multilobar pneumonia’ derives from the fact that the infection affects...

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Decreased Appetite 0

Decreased Appetite: Potential Causes And Implication

Decreased Appetite can be caused by a variety of conditions and diseases, some of which can be temporary and reversible. Any persisting decreased appetite should be evaluated by your doctor or a health care professional. Bulimia nervosa is another eating disorder that is commonly associated...

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Environmental Hazards That May Impact Employees 0

The Basic Facts About Malaria Parasites

Malaria is an extremely serious and even fatal illness caused by a specific type of mosquito that mainly attacks a specific group of humans who are often exposed to this type of insect. The name ‘malaria’ comes from the word malus, meaning ‘little blood’. This...

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Challenges of Premature Baby 0

Challenges of Premature Baby Every Mother Must Know

The term “premature baby” refers to any premature baby that is born before the 37th week of pregnancy. Doctors call this condition premature birth, due to the fact that it happens before the baby is even capable of walking or speaking. This is also considered...

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Dry Cough Medicine 0

Dry Cough Causes, Symptoms and Medicine

Dry cough poses significant management and diagnostic challenge because of a multitude of etiologies. The precise etiology of acute or chronic cough is often unknown. An acute cough is commonly thought to be caused primarily by post-nasal drip, gastroesophageal reflux, or asthma. But recent evidence...

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Chronic Sinusitis Remedies 0

Mucus in the Throat (Chronic Sinusitis) Remedies

Chronic sinusitis, also called acute sinusitis, is an acute inflammation of the sinuses and nose (the mucous-filled spaces around the eyes and nose) usually lasting longer than six weeks. Throat mucus, sometimes called phlegm, is an important natural part of the respiratory system’s immune defenses....

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Symptoms of Appendicitis 0

Symptoms of Appendicitis Can Cause You Great Pain

Symptoms of appendicitis may vary in their intensity and occurrence. Depending on the specific cause for appendicitis, the symptoms can range from mild to severe. For some patients with appendicitis, the symptoms can be mild and easily treated while others may experience very severe symptoms...

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COVID-19 pandemic vaccines 0

Top COVID-19 Pandemic Vaccines Precautions

The most common forms of the CoV-19 Pandemic are highly communicable, airborne illnesses. They can be transmitted by coughing, sneezing, or even touching an object that has been recently contaminated with the virus. The most common form is the flu, which affects nearly 50 million...

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Spirometer For Asthma 0

How Spirometer Help the Lungs: Choosing The Best

An exercise instrument called a spirometer is an instrument that determines how far you can exhale (vacate) your breath. In order for the human body to breathe, the air is allowed to pass through a small valve or opening, called the diaphragm. A Spirometer is...

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Maternal Pneumonia 0

Maternal Pneumonia: Symptoms and Treatments

Maternal pneumonia is a serious form of lung infection in pregnancy. You may experience symptoms such as a fever, body aches, sore throat, and headache. However, if you do not have the proper treatment in hand, these symptoms can quickly become life-threatening. If you have...

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Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 0

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Children

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is a medical procedure which combines continuous chest compressions with artificial respiration in an attempt to manually maintain adequate circulation in a patient who has suffered a respiratory arrest and is still in cardiac arrest. In many cases, patients are resuscitated immediately after...

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Bronchodilators 0

Uses of Bronchodilators for Respiratory Tract

The term bronchodilators are used to describe many different medications that are used for treating the airways in the lungs, either as a preventative method or in cases of acute bronchitis and COPD. Bronchodilators are a class of drugs that dilate the bronchi and bronchioles,...

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Bronchopneumonia 0

Bronchopneumonia Treatment For Pregnancy

Bronchopneumonia is a serious respiratory condition, characterized by abnormal development of cells (bronchial) lining the bronchial airways. Bronchial airways are air passageways that connect the lungs and the bronchial tubes (bronchi) to the outside world. Bronchial airways also contain mucus-secreting glands which secrete secretions into...

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Cardiac Surgery 0

How Cardiac Surgery Complications Can Be Reduced With Proper Training

Cardiothoracic Surgery is the medical term applied to surgery that involves surgical intervention of the cardiovascular organs in the thorax (the upper part of the body) with the aim of treating conditions of the lungs and heart. The main aim of this type of surgery...

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Adenoid Surgery 0

Advantages of Adenoid Surgery (Adenoidectomy)

A common operation performed on the tonsils is the procedure of adenoid surgery. This is performed after the tonsil’s mucus has dried out and is beginning to become quite hard. The doctor will place a small tube into the affected area and then inject anesthesia....

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Septic shock 0

What is Septic Shock and How to Treat It?

Septic shock can happen to anyone at any time. It is very common and is caused when the walls of the large intestine are damaged, leaving them weakened and not able to absorb the liquid waste that the body produces. This damage causes fluid to...

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