Answer: If you are sick, especially with a respiratory infection, take care of yourself. Get lots of rest, drink plenty of fluids, stay home from work or school. Go to your doctor to see if you need antibiotics.
There is a pneumonia vaccine available. You only have to get it every five to ten years. Ask your doctor about it.
Answer: This novel type of court case has been used in the past. You have to have a knowledgeable attorney who is willing to forge a new path in the practice of law. The particulars of the case would have to be judged in a court of law. There are some precedents in cases that have come before the court in the past.
You need to consult a lawyer to find out if someone will take your case. I believe there is merit, but the details are very important. Be sure to keep written accounts of what has occurred.
Answer: You have 3 lobes on the right side and 2 lobes on the left (with a little bitty middle lobe in between on the left). When you have left lower lobe pneumonia it is at the base of your left lung. When you have bilateral pneumonia it is on both sides of the chest (right and left lungs), but it could be in any lobes(most commonly at the bases).
Answer: Pneumonia is caused by bacteria or viruses and the symptoms are very similar. The pathogen is different and therefore, the treatment is different. Pneumonia can also be caused by inhalation of irritating substances and smoke or by fluid or food aspiration into the lungs. Often bacterial pneumonia can be a secondary infection with viral pneumonia.
Why do people get pneumonia?
People get pneumonua when they have an infection in the chestPeolpe get pneumonia when they are not healthy
Answer: The microorganisms responsible (viruses, or the bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae) infect the tissues of the lungs, causing inflammation and the accumulation of fluid. It is a common result of respiratory illness, lung injury, and viral diseases. It can also, less frequently, be caused by fungi or parasites.