Pneumonia of the middle lobe of the left lung
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If there was something serious you would be in intensive care, like I 2 years ago with pneumonia.
I was pricked with antibiotics 4 times a day for 10 days, the temperature fell to 37, 2 on the second day after the beginning of the injections. But in such a slightly elevated state it held somewhere about a month and a half. Inflammation of the lungs does not pass quickly. At you has decreased to 3, , means any action all the same is. If they had not reacted in any way, it would have kept at 38.
The virus happens very rarely, do not worry. Ask another doctor what kind of breathing exercises you can do to help the lungs now.
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What is right-sided lower-lobe pneumonia
Pneumonia is an acute infectious and inflammatory disease that affects one or both of the lungs. Most often, its pathogens are viruses or bacteria, less common fungal pneumonia. Inflammation of the lungs can develop as an independent disease or arise as a consequence of other pathological processes occurring in the body.
What is a lower-right-side right pneumonia?
Depending on the location of the affected area, pneumonia can be one-sided or bilateral: with one-sided inflammation affects only one lung, with bilateral - both. In right-sided pneumonia, the right lung is affected.
The human right lung is anatomically somewhat different from the left one. First, it is shorter and somewhat larger in volume. Secondly, the right lung is divided by intersecting fissures into three lobes - the upper, middle and lower ones, whereas in the left one, there is only one interstitial fissure, and only two, respectively, the upper and lower lobes.
If the inflammation affects the entire lower lobe of the right lung (also the pleura - the lining of the lungs can be involved in the process), we can talk about right-sided lower-left pneumonia. If the site of inflammation does not extend to the entire lobe, it may be restricted to one or more of its segments or one lobe of the lung - in these cases, segmental or lobular pneumonia is diagnosed.
Features of the lower right lateral pneumonia
Inflammation of the right lung is more common because of the anatomical structure of the bronchi - the right bronchus is shorter and wider than the left one, so the infection spreads faster. Following the defeat of the bronchi, a focal lesion of the lung tissue develops, and it is in the right lung that several inflammation foci can be located simultaneously in different stages of development. This explains the typical course of right-sided pneumonia - the disease proceeds undulating, after a period of temporary improvement in the patient's condition, deterioration may again occur. Inflammation of the lower lobe of the lung can be accompanied by symptoms similar to those of the "acute abdomen" - inflammation of the peritoneum, which to some extent complicates the diagnosis of the disease.
Symptoms of right-sided low-grade pneumonia
Shared pneumonia, as a rule, begins acutely - with high fever, severe chills, sweating. When coughing, viscous sputum is released, sometimes having a "rusty" orange tinge. Any physical activity causes severe dyspnoea in patients.
Pain in the chest can appear both with a cough and with an attempt to take a deep breath. Most often, the pain sensations are localized in the area of the affected area of the lung and mean that the inflammation has affected the pleura.
Right-sided lower-lobe pneumonia, like some other types of pneumonia, in some cases occurs in an erased form - the symptoms are very few or absent. Such pneumonia is extremely dangerous, especially if it is a child's illness - the risk of complications increases several times because of the inability to diagnose the disease on time. Usually, pneumonia is treated in a hospital environment, however, if the patient's condition allows and there are no complications (pleurisy, cardiac or pulmonary insufficiency, bronchial obstruction), pneumonia can be cured and at home under the supervision of a district doctor.
How is right-sided upper-lobe pneumonia manifested and treated?
As the name of the disease shows, right upper-lobe pneumonia develops in the upper part of the right lung. This disease is severe. The victim suffers from shortness of breath, fever with a possible transition to a state of delirium.
Pneumonia affects the right lung more often than the left one. This is due to the anatomical structure of the body: the right bronchus is shorter and broader, so the infection is easier to spread over it.
Inflammation of the lungs is another name for pneumonia. The disease was very dangerous until the discovery of penicillin. At this time, the disease is well treated, especially if diagnosed at the beginning of its development. But about 5 percent of the number of people who die fall to this day. Therefore, pneumonia should be taken seriously.
How is manifested upper lobe pneumonia
Diseases of the infectious and inflammatory nature are difficult to distinguish from each other, so the sick person does not always understand if he simply has caught a cold or is already starting to develop a more serious illness.
With right-sided pneumonia, the inflammatory process develops in the right lung. Accordingly, the left-sided affects the left.
Blame for the development of the disease of pneumococcus bacteria and Klebsiella. The human body into which they fall, for example, by airborne droplets, does not immediately react to their presence. Pathogens are delayed for some time on the mucous membranes, for example, the nose or larynx. The disease does not start to overpower a person, but his immune system understands that foreign organisms have appeared, and it's time to get ready to fight them.
If, for some reason, the immunity weakens, the bacteria from the mucous are transferred to the lungs. Here they are actively multiplying. The cause of reduced immunity may be hypothermia, colds, repeated contact with a sick person.
Upper-lobar pneumonia differs from others in severe disease. The patient's condition worsens very sharply. He feels a prolonged fever. Perhaps the onset of delirium. There is a poisoning of the whole organism, the health of other systems is disrupted.
This disease is most affected by elderly people and those who have problems with the immune system.
Symptoms of the disease resemble fever:
- the patient is constantly shivering;
- he experiences muscle aches;
- it causes severe headaches.
Upper-lobar pneumonia manifests itself suddenly. If the patient was sick in the evening and experienced some malaise, it is so insignificant that he did not associate it with a possible ailment. And already in the morning there are difficulties with breathing: it becomes superficial. The person even is afraid to take a deep breath, as it experiences thus a pain. It begins a painful cough, dry and exhausting.
The temperature that has appeared is not lost, and if it can be done, then only for a short time. Gradually, the following symptoms are added:
- digestive problems, nausea;
- the whites of the eyes turn yellow due to the destruction of red blood cells in the blood;
- on the lips appear rashes;
- at rest, shortness of breath does not stop.
Sometimes there comes a state similar to what happens with meningitis. Sometimes the patient is haunted by hallucinations.
Diagnosis and treatment of right-sided pneumonia
Determine the presence of pneumonia with the help of radiography.
At the reception the doctor examines the patient and interrogates him. The specialist must listen to wheezing in the lungs, because this method remains to this day the best in detecting pathology. Even with modern technology, an experienced doctor will be able to correctly hear and understand what kind of noise in the respiratory organs.
The radiograph shows how much of the lung is affected by inflammation. This is a very objective method. It is also good that in the absence of an experienced doctor it will always help to correctly diagnose.
Other methods of diagnosis - a laboratory blood test, bacterial culture of sputum. By blood, changes in leukocytes, ESR and others are determined. A sputum indicates the type of pathogen. But this analysis is ready only a few days after the sampling of the biomaterial. Doctors do not wait for the result, and prescribe the treatment immediately, using the standard scheme. And after receiving data from the laboratory, additional drugs are prescribed.
Right-sided pneumonia of the upper lobe is fraught with dangerous complications if it is not treated. It happens that the pathology leads to disability of the patient and even to death.
Treatment of the disease is carried out with antibacterial therapy. Penicillins, ampicillins and many other things are applied, depending on the type of pathogen. The patient takes them strictly according to the doctor's prescription. The entire medical process is controlled by radiographs and laboratory analyzes.
It happens that a patient enters a hospital in a serious condition. In this case, the treatment begins with the normalization of the patient's condition. This can be ventilation with artificial means, adjusting the balance of water and salts, restoring blood pressure and other measures.
The doctor can prescribe antipyretic drugs, anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory, painkillers.
Without fail the patient accepts the funds that help to strengthen or correct the immunity.
To all medications can add therapeutic massage, physiotherapy procedures, therapeutic exercise.
Inflammation of the lungs is a serious disease, therefore, only the doctor prescribes all the treatment procedures. Often the patient needs appropriate care, special procedures. Therefore, upper-lobe pneumonia is most often treated in a hospital.
Upper-lobe right-sided pneumonia in children
This disease most often develops in those children who have recently had a flu, colds or inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory system. The main cause of the disease is weakened immunity.
Pediatric right-sided pneumonia refers to focal ailments. It develops after diseases of the bronchial system. Several foci of varying degrees of inflammation develop in the upper lobe of the right lung. Bacteria can not penetrate into one vast area, but affect different foci. Subsequently they can unite into one big one. This complicates further treatment.
Symptoms of this disease in a child are similar with more mild ailments. This cough, fever, excessive sweating. The doctor can listen in the child's lungs with constant wheezing with gurgling. The baby does not have enough air, so he has difficulty breathing: it becomes intermittent and stiff. Children's health can not be risked. Malicious bacteria have a harmful effect on the immunity of the child. Delay in treatment is unacceptable.
Treatment for a sick child is prescribed depending on the stage of the disease. The most effective is considered antibacterial therapy.
Right-sided inflammation in a child requires in-patient treatment, since proper care and constant monitoring of the patient's condition due to the action of antibiotics is necessary.
With properly organized treatment, the child's condition improves on the 6th day. At the end of the treatment course, radiography is mandatory, as this is the best way to diagnose pneumonia.
Upper-lobar pneumonia on the right side of children is not so common. Prevention of this disease is possible in the form of vaccinations. They are carried out with special vaccines, pneumococcal and influenza. But not all children are shown. There are risk groups that can not be done.