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Had pneumonia, unresponsive, foaming in mouth, high BP. What happened?

My grandpa recently passes away. He was in the hospital post op and he was developing pneumonia. While he was sitting up eating his eyes started rolling back and he was unresponsive. The. He started foaming at the mouth. The doctor said that he aspirated. I was wondering if his heart gave out due to high blood pressure and increased fluids postop
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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what seems your granpa had pneumonia with high curb score......with high curb score in pneumonia....fits can occur or an arrhythmia od heart cozed the fit.......during a ftr abdomiinal muscle tenses and patient vomits while lying and all food goes into lungs through trachea known as aspiration...........during a fit high bp is ur doctor said the right thing
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Answered: Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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