pneumonia

La neumonía​ o pulmonía​ es una enfermedad del sistema respiratorio que consiste en la …. Clasificación de Fine o PSI ( pneumonia severity index o PSI).

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Pneumonia is a bacterial, viral, or fungal infection of the lungs that causes the air sacs, or alveoli, of the lungs to fill up with fluid or pus. Learn about causes, risk …

Bacterial Pneumonia - POZ

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13 mar. 2018 – Neumonía: conoce los síntomas, causas y tratamiento de esta grave infección pulmonar.

Pneumonia - Harvard Health

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31 dic. 2018 – Pneumonia symptoms can vary from mild to severe and depend on the type germ causing the infection, your age and your overall health. Learn …

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21 ago. 2019 – La neumonía es una infección en uno o ambos pulmones. Muchos gérmenes como bacterias, virus u hongos pueden causarla. Síntomas …

When to “CAP” Off Pneumonia Treatment | Clinician Reviews

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2 ago. 2019 – La neumonía es la causa principal de muerte de niños en todo el mundo. La neumonía puede prevenirse mediante inmunización, una …

Pneumonia | American Academy of Pediatrics

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20 ago. 2019 – Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. Bacteria, viruses, and fungi cause it. The infection causes inflammation in the air sacs in your …

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28 sept. 2019 – Pneumonia is a lung infection that can range from mild to so severe that you have to go to the hospital. It happens when an infection causes the …

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28 sept. 2018 – While you're getting over pneumonia , there are a lot of ways to ease the cough, aches, and fever as your health improves.

Pneumonia - Wikipedia

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Pneumonia is swelling (inflammation) of the tissue in one or both lungs. It's usually caused by a bacterial infection. At the end of the breathing tubes in your lungs …