Aspiration pneumonia

What is Aspiration pneumonia?

It is caused by the material that is being aspirated during the vomiting and the abdominal contains goes into the lungs and cause Pneumonia.

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Hi DR. please help me what to do my daughter of one year and three months old drunk kerosine today and she had difficult breathing, i took her to...

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Hi...Thank you for consulting in Health Care magic.

I suggest you take your kid to emergency room and hospitalize her. Effect of kerosene start...

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my one month old daughter is in the hospital with pneumonia. recently see just start eating but having problems with breathing and sucking at the...

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Hi,thank you for the interest you show for HCM.Your one month old daughter is in the hospital with pneumonia and the infants usually have more...

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hi, my father has problem of chest aspiration.....every now and then it happens..is there any remedy. Right now he is in hospital coz he had...

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Hello XXXXXXX,

I`ve gone through your query posted on XXXXXXX

As mentioned by you, your father is suffering from aspiration pneumonia. Aspiration...

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my mom just went through emergency surgery following a bowel perf. during a colonoscopy a month ago. She ended up with aspiration pneumonia, on a...

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Just received the following from a chest x-ray. It is a long holiday weekend. I can’t find out more from my Dr on how to interpret this. Can you...

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Yes, I have flu like symptoms but I do not have a fever. In September 2016 I was diagnosed with pulmonary embolism of the rt. lungs. I was put on...

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My son was eating chic noodle soup and some went down the wrong pipe. He has been coughing a lot and throwing up and is still coughing. I put him...

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My 91 year old father had a stroke 1 1/2 years ago and is in a skilled nursing facility. He has had a Foley cathether since the stroke. He is...

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Hi I had been diagnosed pneumonia upper right lobe, possible aspiration pneumonia. Two weeks later went for exray now they say no change, going to...

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