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Pneumonia is swelling of the tissues lungs. Swelling is caused by air sacs in lungs which are filled with fluids or pus. It's usually caused by a bacterial infection. Few symptoms for Pneumonia are chest pain, cough, fever, breathing trouble, etc. Antibiotics and steroids are used in medication and in some conditions it can also be prevented by vaccination process.

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Published Chapters:

Pathophysiology of Hospital Acquired Pneumonia


Author(s) : Priyam Batra*; Purva Mathur

Pneumonia is an infection of the pulmonary parenchyma resulting from the invasion and overgrowth of microorganisms in the lung parenchyma, break down of host defenses leading to intra-alveolar exudates. Microorganisms gain access to the lower respiratory tract in several ways. The most common being aspiration from the oropharynx [1].

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