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I've got bronchopneumonia. Now what?

I've got bronchopneumonia. Now what?

Please see below.: If you've seen your doc & been diagnosed with bronchopneumonia, you should have received a prescription for antibiotics. Take the medicine as prescribed -- don't skip doses!also, make sure you stay well hydrated & get a lot of rest. Usually, your doctor will want to see you in a few weeks to ensure that the infection is gone. Most have no long term problems once the infection clears. Feel better! ...Read more

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Dr. Arnold Friedman
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Bacterial Pneumonia (Definition)

Bronchopneumonia is a type of pneumonia that is located diffusely throughout the lung tissue, as opposed to the more common lobar pneumonia, which is generally located in a single defined ...Read more


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Interested to know how does bronchopneumonia develop?

Interested to know how does bronchopneumonia develop?

Germs: "approximately one-third of the pneumonia cases in the United States each year are caused by respiratory viruses. These viruses are the most common cause of pneumonia in children younger than 5 years." http://www.Lung.Org/lung-disease/pneumonia/understanding-pneumonia.Html this is a good website- explains it well. ...Read more

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What are typical symptoms of bronchopneumonia?

What are typical symptoms of bronchopneumonia?

BRONCHOPNEUMONIA: Child starts with auri, followed by worsening of symptoms, fever, persistent cough, headache, chest pains, shortness of breath, body malaise, loss of appetite, etc. Chest xray will show the bilateral density. ...Read more

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What are signs of bronchial pneumonia?

What are signs of bronchial pneumonia?

Sx: Bronchits, pneumonia have similar symptoms. Cough, fever, wheezing. And other sx. You dont have to have all symptoms this is something we need to see you, exam you, do proper testing if indicated and treat accordingle. Reading on the internet is good, but medical consultation is essential. ...Read more

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Which is the nursing diagnosis of bronchopneumonia based on nanda?

Which is the nursing diagnosis of bronchopneumonia based on nanda?

Do your homework: The site is not a shortcut for you to get your nursing homework answered for you. Apply yourself ; acquire the answers from the texts ; sources in your curriculum. To be successful as a nurse you need to do the work ; gain the skills or you will be neither happy or successful. ...Read more

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How to diagnose bronchopneumonia?

How to diagnose bronchopneumonia?

Pneumonia: Bronchopneumonia is a different word for pneumonia, which is an infection in the lung tissue. It can be viral or bacteria (rarely fungal) and varies in severity from no fever, mild cough, to high fever, problems breathing and need for oxygen. When we listen with a stethoscope we hear something like velcro, and sometimes wheezing. A chest xray sometimes is needed. ...Read more

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What are the tests for bronchopneumonia?

What are the tests for bronchopneumonia?

Good Exam: First and foremost the most important part of "testing" for bronchopneumonia is a good examination. Blood counts and blood cultures are often done and certainly a chest xray. ...Read more

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Could silent aspiration during general anaesthesia cause bronchopneumonia and mortality?

Maybe, but: Probably not. An undetected aspiration is unlikely to have serious pulmonary consequences and even less likely to cause death. If you are experiencing this complication, you will have more data with which to base a judgement, like x-rays and blood gases. Discuss these findings with your doctor. ...Read more

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What is meant by double bronchial pneumonia?

What is meant by double bronchial pneumonia?

Means in both lungs : Pneumonia & bronchial pneumonia are essentially the same process. Since we have two lungs, some use the descriptor double as involving both. Pneumonia can involve a single segment of one side or the whole lung. ...Read more

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What's the best way to treat bronchopneumonia in elderly?

What's the best way to treat bronchopneumonia in elderly?

Antiobiotics: Iv antibiotics are the first line approach, usually levaquin, (levofloxacin) if organism is unclear. Most of community aquired pneumonia is pneumococcal, sensitive to this antibiotic. If patient does not need to be hospitalized, oral antibiotics are satisfactory. ...Read more