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Bilateral Pneumonia Prognosis
Usually is not good: Regardless of etiology, uip is relentlessly progressive, usually leading to respiratory failure and death. Some patients do well for a prolonged period of time, but then deteriorate rapidly because of a superimposed acute illness (so-called "accelerated uip"). The outlook for long-term survival is poor. In most studies, the median survival is 3 to 4 years. ...Read more
Yes: This is the name for the pathology of a disorder called pulmonary fibrosis. This is a progressive disease, which has no cure, how fast it progresses can vary, and if personally affected by this or if one of your loved ones is so affected it is best to discuss the details with your doctor. ...Read more
Varies: If bacterial pneumonia with fluid= effusion are caught and treated early and with appropriate antibacterial agents, then full recovery is likely. If the effusion is large, drainage by thoracic tap="thoracentesis can be diagnostic and therapeutic. Depending on age, smoking, etc. One likely needs cut scan and maybe bronchoscope to rule out cancer of the lung causing the pneumonia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm very sorry: I'm very sorry because likely either you or an individual you care about is affected by this cancer. No physician has a crystal ball, but tumor type, size, and patient's health condition all play a role. Some non-small cell lung cancers may have genetic mutations (EGFR, Alk, Ros) that may be sensitive to "targeted therapies" which may prolong, but are unlikely to cure the disease. Good luck! ...Read more
Pan can stage 4. In the hospital with serious pneumonia for over 2 weeks so far. What is the patients prognosis if they make it out of the hospital?
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after pneumonia and gbs and milfis var. Prognosis?
Q not clear: Please rephrase your question. What is milfis? ...Read more
66 year old male, overweight. Had a tumor on his pancreas removed. Developed pneumonia and high fever and slipped into coma. Prognosis?
Tough one to answer: Difficult to determine prognosis based on this information. Depends on the cause of the 'coma'. Is it just related to the infection, to the surgery, due to heart issues, due to a stroke, due to medications...Lots of things contribute to unresponsiveness in someone who is so sick. ...Read more
Friend with stage 4 metastasic pancreatic cancer got pneumonia and is in the hospital. Intrathecal pump & digestion problems. What is the prognosis?
Yes: Please, please follow your doc's treastment recommendations and go to hospital if any signs the child is struggling. Look for blueness around mouth or hands, extreme fatigue, altered breathing pattern, change in behavior or responsiveness as signs to go back to hospital. ...Read more
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