Pneumococcal pneumonia kills about 1 out of 20 people who get it. Bacteremia kills about 1 person in 5, and meningitis about 3 people in 10. People with the health problems described in Section 3 of this statement may be more likely to die from the disease. 2 Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine ...
Patient and Family Education Pneumonia This teaching sheet contains general information only. Your child's doctor or a member of your child's health care team will talk with you about specific care for your child.
www.cpmc.org/learning learning about your health i Beyond Medicine. Pneumonia Guide to Your Recovery What are the Causes of Pneumonia? Pneumonia is an inflammation in one or more parts of your lungs.
Swine Pneumonia Bruce La whorn* P neumonia is an important disease of the lower respiratory tract that impairs animal health and lowers individual and herd performance in swine.
CAUSES Pneumonia is an infection of the lung that causes fluid to collect in the air sacs (alveoli). About 80% of pneumonia cases are caused by viruses and 20% by bacteria.
The association between the pneumococcus bacterium and lobar pneumonia was first described by Friedlander and Talamon in 1883, but pneumococcal pneumonia was confused with other types of pneumonia until the discovery of the Gram stain in 1884.
Underlying Causes of Recurrent Pneumonia in Children Abdullah F. Owayed, MD; Douglas M. Campbell, MD; Elaine E. L. Wang, MD, FRCPC Objectives:Todeterminetherelativefrequencyofun
Am J Respir Crit Care Med Vol. 156. pp. 912–917, 1997 Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumonitis Mimicking Pneumocystis carinii Pneumonia FRED SATTLER, LARRY NICHOLS, LANCE HIRANO, ALAN HITI, FLORENCE HOFMAN, CLAIRE HUGHLETT,
The RationalClinical Examination Does ThisInfant Have Pneumonia? Peter Margolis, MD, PhD; Anne Gadomski, MD, MPH Acute lower respiratory tract illness is common among children seen in primary care.
TWENTY-SEVEN PREVENTING PNEUMONIA KEY CONCEPTS you will learn in this chapter include: x* What type of medical or surgical procedures are most often associated with nosocomial pneumonia x* Importance of cross-contamination (patient to patient or staff to patient) in causing nosocomial pneumonia ...