Treatment For Pneumonia Sufferers?
Good night, I want to ask, my candidate has a severe wet lung disease and has arrived at surgery, then every little fatigue he fell ill, what should I do so that he can recover and come back strong as before? thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Wet lung in medical terms is called pneumonia. Pneumonia is a condition where there is an infection that causes inflammation of the lung tissue. As a result, sufferers can experience a variety of symptoms ranging from fever, coughing, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, decreased appetite, sweating and chills, weakness, and a rapid heartbeat.
This condition can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. Regarding your question, pneumonia actually rarely requires surgery because usually the treatment is in the form of drugs, whether taken or injected. More often pneumonia actually appears after a surgical procedure. Even if it has to be operated on, it means that there have been complications that cause fluid to collect in the lung cavity.
If this is the case, it is not impossible that there are other conditions, such as bacteria that infect the lungs into the bloodstream and damage the function of various other organs, reduce endurance, and make it easy to get sick. To be able to handle it, the first step is to recognize in advance exactly how big the problem is. Are there any other organs that are affected, if so then what organs, what treatments have been given and so forth. Only then determined because the problem, and handled one by one. Simply put, your question cannot be answered if there is no direct examination by a doctor.
Our advice, your partner should see a lung doctor, or if indeed he already has a certain doctor who treats him, regularly control and communicate properly with the doctor about the disease, treatment methods and recovery targets so that he and you understand his position. Also ask the treating doctor if there are obstacles in terms of facilities provided by the hospital so that your partner should be referred to another hospital and so on. Without knowing the problem as a whole, it is difficult to determine what treatment is best for your partner.
Meanwhile, help him to live a healthy lifestyle by staying away from cigarette smoke and pollution, regularly taking drugs, maintaining endurance with regular breaks, and limiting physical activity and control on a predetermined schedule. So, hopefully answering your question.