Lung infections

Lung infection is caused by the attack of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and virus commonly referred as pneumonia. Pneumonia causes inflammation in alveoli of lungs. Dry cough, fever, chest pain are some symptoms of pneumonia. Around 7% of population is dying due to lung infection. Pneumonia can also be occurred through mixed infections like bacteria and virus in which 45%children and 15% adult are affected. Vaccines are used to prevent the infection. Mostly occur in geriatric people .pneumonia in children is by coughing, difficulty in breathing in rapid respiratory rate and low level of consciousness. Diagnosis depends on the condition and external examination. Chest X ray, blood test and sputum test conforms the condition.7%of population is affected by lung infection. 


  • Pleural emphysema
  • Lung abscess
  • Pulmonary embolism.
  • Vaccines
  • Histoplasmosis

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