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Doctor insights on: Treatment For Bronchial Pneumonia

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I have a question about bronchial pneumonia. Do you need inpatient treatment?

I have a question about bronchial pneumonia. Do you need inpatient treatment?

Sometimes: Sometimes. If lethargic, respiratory distress, not able to keep oral intake, . ...Read more

Dr. Michael DePietro
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Pneumonia (Definition)

Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lungs, most ...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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How is bronchial pneumonia transmitted from person to person?

How is bronchial pneumonia transmitted from person to person?

See below: By direct contact and/or respiratory droplets exchanged through the air that contain the bacterial agent. ...Read more

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Is bronchial pneumonia contagious?

Yes: The infectious agent, bacterial or viral, can be transmitted to susceptible individuals by coughing and droplet transmission. ...Read more

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My 3 month old son was in contact with someone who has bronchial pneumonia, what are the chances he has been infected?

My 3 month old son was in contact with someone who has bronchial pneumonia, what are the chances he has been infected?

Not likely : Unless your child immune system is compromised, i would not really worry ! maternal immune complexes handed down to the baby renders major disease fighting abilities ! universal precautions and hand washing go a long way! thank god for vaccines , these injections help ward off those pesky life threatening infections! regards! ...Read more

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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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Why does my toddler keep getting bronchial pneumonia?

Why does my toddler keep getting bronchial pneumonia?

Many Things: A number of possibilities.A weakened immune system.Possibly the baby has asthma, not welled controlled.An underlying condition, such as cystic fibrosis or Alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency.An anatomical defect of the lung.Not ever healing from the original infection is possible.You need to ask your doctor. ...Read more