PYNUMONIAETH A THREATMENT
Specialist Chemist Specialist Specialist Çorum Private Hospital Chest Şengül UYSAL; He gave information about pneumonia and his / her treatment.
Çorum Private Hospital Pneumonia Chest Private Hospital in the treatment of any type of treatment, stating that the Uzm. Dr. Şengül UYSAL, ° one In the policing conditions of the University, the Pneumonia Treatment of Disease Disease Clinic and Intensive Care Units Clinic is carried out according to the patient's condition.
Dr. Şengül UYSAL provided the following information about pneumonia and treatment.
Pneumonia is the name of pneumonia. Lung lungs. It can occur with different microbes such as bacteria, viruses and fungi. The most common cause of death, which leads to the doctor, is one of the most common diseases. It is more common in children, especially those older than 65, who have chronic disease (such as kidneys, diabetes, heart disease or lungs), and in smokers, when they will use a disease or drug that prevents the immune system. Community-acquired pneumonia (ICT) is responsible for a significant proportion of hospital admissions, treatment costs, losses and deaths of a school-based day of work throughout the world.
Today, due to the widespread use of antibiotics and effective immunization policies, deaths of infectious diseases are gradually declining, while pneumonia in the community is still the cause of high morbidity and death. Although the mortality rate is 1-5% in outpatients, the rate in hospital patients reaches 12% and in patients requiring intensive care support reach 40%. In our country, lower respiratory tract infections are in the 5th place with 4.2% among the causes of death. Studies in our country have shown that the pneumonia rate varies between 1% and 60% in relation to the severity of the disease and a pneumonia rate in hospital treatment is significantly higher (10.3-60%).
WHAT ARE JOBS?
Fever, cough, expectancy, chest pain are the most common symptoms. Symptoms can be seen such as breathlessness, awareness loss, nausea and vomiting, often breathing, muscle-joint pain, and weakness. In severe cases of pneumonia, patients may have blue color of the skin and mucosa, severe respiratory breath, low blood pressure, and unclear awareness.
HOW DOES KNOW?
Patients who have symptoms of pneumonia are diagnosed and mainly diagnosed by chest radiographs. Further investigations such as blood tests, computer tomography, and pulse tests may be needed in patients with severe pneumonia and hospital. In order to determine the presence of pneumonia, it is necessary to look at the sputum specimen. However, it is often not possible to determine the microb for different reasons.
HOW I TREAT?
Treatments such as antibiotics, a large amount of fluid, rest, slaughter and antibiotics are often used. Patients requiring a hospital may need different treatments. In the case of very severe pneumonia, respiratory care and respiratory support may be required.
It is often not possible to determine the microb that causes pneumonia. However, antibiotic treatment should be started as soon as possible after the diagnosis of pneumonia. Antibiotic treatment is therefore started by considering the age of the patient, chronic diseases and the severity of pneumonia. Data on identifying the traces of any germ in sputum and that antibiotics can be treated with this microbial result in 72 hours. According to the results, antibiotic therapy can be reorganized.
Decide whether the patient is treated as an outpatient or hospital by age, disease, and severity of pneumonia.
The length of the treatment can vary depending on the initial severity of the disease, the responsible microbial, the presence of combined disease, and the patient's individual response. Normally, it is recommended that the antibiotics continue for 5-7 days after the fever falls. However, the length of the treatment may need to be extended to 10-14 days, sometimes up to 21 days in cases of pneumonia due to some microbes.
WHAT I WANT TO PROTECT?
Basic chronic disease management, balanced diets, hygiene measures, smoking control and alcohol habits, pneumococcal vaccines and annual flu can reduce the frequency and death of pneumonia. Active or passive smoking is an independent risk factor for pneumonia, and patients with a diagnosis of pneumonia should have medical help for cessation.