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Best Cure For Pneumonia
Please told me the best treatment, medicines and vaccines for cure of my newborn baby(45 days) pneumonia. And the aftershocks of pneumonia?
Pneumonia.: Symptoms include cough, chest discomfort, shortness of breath, chills and sweats. Can develop quickly or can take some time, depending on the bacterium/virus involved. Signs include a measured fever and typical findings on a chest X-ray. Treatable with antibiotics generally. Yes, curable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well...: Most Viral pneumonias for the most part don't have a cure, pneumonias due to drug resistant bacteria don't really have a cure. And pneumonias as a result of chemical injury don't really have a cure either. They are treated with supportive care and depend on the body's healing ability. Anyone else want to jump in here? ...Read more
Etiology: In 3 year olds most pneumonias are caused by bacteria which require therapy with appropriate antibiotic. Diffrent bacteria are destroyed by different antibiotics. If pneumonia is severe sometimes hospitalization is necessary. Very virulent pneumonias sometimes require placement of chest tubes and assisted ventilation for resolution. ...Read more
How to cure pneumonia consolidation? Once cured, is there a tendency to acquire tha sickness back?
Usually Resolves: A patient with good general health and a normal immune system will usually recover from a viral pneumonia after it runs its course. Occasionally a bacteria will come in and trigger a secondary infection which prolongs the illness & requires extra rx.If pneumonia is part of a more extensive viral illness, affecting other tissue systems, other problems may dominate the recovery process. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Perhaps: The choice of an antibiotic for pneumonia depends upon the causative agent of the lung infection and its sensitivities to antibiotics, the potential necessity to hospitalize and treat intravenously, the extent of involvement and the degree to which the patient is compromised, among other factors. Azithromycin is an oral agent which may be effective against, particularly, some atypical pneumonias. ...Read more
Possibly: Frequent pneumonia is never good, but it depends on the age of the patient and their underlying health to try to determine the cause. Sometimes patients with asthma have white spots on their xray which may get called pneumonia when it is really an asthma flare-up. The most important thing is to find out why the pneumonia happens so often. Talk to your doctor. ...Read more
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