Journal of Pulmonology and Clinical Research

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Pneumonia:

Infection that inflames air sacs in one or both lungs, which can fill with fluid. Within pneumonia, the air sacs may fill with in the fluid or pus. The infection is often life-threatening to anyone, but particularly to infants, children and other people over 65. Symptoms may include a cough with phlegm or pus, fever, chills and also difficulty for breathing. Antibiotics can treat many forms of pneumonia. Some sorts of pneumonia are often prevented by vaccines. The germs that cause pneumonia are contagious. This means they will spread from person to person. Both viral and bacterial pneumonia can also spread to others through inhalation of airborne droplets from a sneeze or cough. You can also get these sorts of pneumonia by coming into contact with the surfaces or objects that are contaminated with pneumonia-causing bacteria or viruses. You can contract fungal pneumonia from the environment. However, it doesn’t spread from person to person. Pneumonia symptoms can be mild to life-threatening. They can include: coughing that may produce phlegm (mucus), fever, sweating or chills, shortness of breath that happens while doing normal activities or even while resting, chest pain that’s worse once you breathe or cough, feelings of tiredness or fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea or vomiting, headaches.

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