Treatment Of Pneumonia Based On The Results Of The Examination?
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The results of investigations mentioned that the patient's condition leads to pneumonia. However, the results of these investigations should still be combined with a history of deep disease and a physical examination by a doctor to establish the diagnosis. For that, after the results are out, you should discuss with the doctor who conducted the examination to conclude the diagnosis (if not already done)
Pneumonia is a disease caused by a lung infection by a virus, bacteria, or fungus. Common symptoms of pneumonia include cough with phlegm, fever, spasms, chest pain. This condition is a condition that cannot be underestimated and requires immediate medical treatment, considering that the lungs are a vital human organ for respiratory function.
If left untreated, there can be a threat of respiratory failure in patients and at risk of death.
Infection in the lungs can be easily transmitted through the air from coughing, or sneezing, especially if people who have contact have a low immune system, so the disease is very easy to transmit. An alternative solution that can be done is the use of masks in patients and in people who come in contact to reduce the possibility of transmission.
Foods that are generally recommended for people with pulmonary infections are high protein foods such as egg whites, chicken meat, etc. Fruits and vegetables should also be consumed to help improve the immune system.
Treatment is tailored to the germ that causes the infection. This can be determined through physical examination and support by a doctor. Such as sputum examination under a microscope, culture, etc. To find out exactly the right treatment for patients, discuss with the doctor who handles patients.
Some things that need to be done to support healing and prevent transmission are:
Use a mask Do not dispose of phlegm carelessly Enough rest, avoid strenuous activities Increase consumption of plain water That's all my explanation. May be useful