bronchopneumonia


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Synonyms for bronchopneumonia

pneumonia characterized by acute inflammation of the walls of the bronchioles

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He also reported that older adults with diabetes, hypertension, pulmonary or elderly fibrosis are among the most vulnerable to bronchopneumonia. Therefore, family members must take great care to react quickly to symptoms.
The report goes on to say that, while the post-mortem examination concluded the levels of methadone in Mr Cole's system were high, it could not be established whether methadone contributed "significantly" to his death, adding that it was the combination of bronchopneumonia and methadone use that led to his respiratory failure.
Aside from bronchopneumonia, other complications include diarrhea, middle ear infection, encephalitisor swelling of the brain, malnutrition and blindness, which may lead to death.
As a result of barely moving for weeks, he was covered in bedsores, and was wearing a soiled nappy when he died from acute bronchopneumonia at his home in the Farnley area of Leeds in June 2016.
Dr Johnson found bronchopneumonia plus emphysema - chronic irreversible damage usually caused by smoking - in Mrs Purcell's lungs.
multocida cannot be grossly distinguished and include cranioventral fibrinous bronchopneumonia, foci of coagulative necrosis and variable fibrinous pleuritis (CASWELL & WILLIAMS, 2016).
While measles is not particularly fatal, children could still die from complications brought by the disease such as bronchopneumonia.
A YOUNG man died after suffering bronchopneumonia while he was being treated in hospital for a skull fracture after he was allegedly run down by a car and attacked as he lay in the road.
Bronchopneumonia was diagnosed in 36.6%, followed by undefined diagnoses (30.4%) (Table 2).
Home Office pathologist Dr Brian Rodgers said the cause of death was cor pulmonale, a form of heart failure, secondary to bronchopneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or lung disease.
A 'SILENT KILLER' BRONCHIAL pneumonia - also known as bronchopneumonia - is a category of lung infections.
Microscopically, Lungs showed typical fibrinous bronchopneumonia, multifocal suppuration, Septae were thickened with fibrin, combined with cellular infiltration and edema (Fig.3).
An inquest was recently held into Mr Bill's death where it was revealed he died from bronchopneumonia exacerbated by substance abuse.
(1,2) H1N1 bronchopneumonia carries a higher mortality (41%), which is similar to the mortality of acute respiratory distress syndrome caused by other virus.
Doctors concluded the medical cause of her death was bronchopneumonia but said the ankle break was also a factor.