Bronchial Pneumonia

Bronchial pneumonia happens when the pneumonia spreads to several patches in the lungs. Bronchial pneumonia is prevalent in infants, young children and aged adults and it is usually caused by Streptococcus pneumonia. Bronchial pneumonia also called as bronchopneumonia involves inflammation of the bronchial tubes due to infection. Bronchial pneumonia is not confined to a single […]

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 Viral Pneumonia

Viral pneumonia is a subset of atypical pneumonias, referred to as pneumonitides. In the beginning, if the bacterial pathogen were not identified by Gram staining procedure and if the pneumonia did not respond to the antibiotic treatment, they were referred to as atypical. Scientists have now developed number of rapid tests to determine the viral […]

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 Pneumonia

Pneumonia is very tricky to spot. It has symptoms that are very close to cold or flu, therefore you may not realize you have pneumonia. And also, signs and symptoms can differ greatly depending on the underlying conditions that you have and the type of organism causing the infection. Pneumonia affects the lungs and causes […]

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