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Theory of Disease Pneumonia

Written By SALWA store on Saturday, May 19, 2012 | 11:56 PM


Pneumonia is an acute infection of the lung tissue (alveoli). The occurrence of pneumonia in children often coincides with the acute infection of the bronchi (called bronchopneumonia). (ns. Eni's).

Pneumonia is an acute respiratory tract infection on the bottom of the lung parenchyma (Selekta Capita Medicine Volume 2. 2000).

Pneumonia is an acute infectious disease caused primarily by bacteria and is an acute respiratory infections (ARI) are the most frequent cause of death in infants and young children. (Arianto Sam)





Pneumonia is inflammation of the lungs caused by infection with bacteria, viruses or fungi .. (http / /: www.totalkesehtan.com)

Pneumonia is a lung inflammation characterized by initial symptoms of shortness of breath and coughing when the air bag (in lungs) fill fluid / inflammatory cells that make it difficult to breathe due to oxygen in the pulmonary circulation is not smooth.

Pneumonia is an infectious disease or inflammation of the lungs caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites in which the pulmonary alveoli (alveoli) responsible for absorbing oxygen from the atmosphere into "inflamed" and filled with fluid. Pneumonia can also be caused by chemical or physical irritation of the lungs or as a result of other diseases, such as lung cancer or drinking too much alcohol. But the most frequent cause is an attack bacteria streptococcus pneumoniae, or pneumococcus. (RSI Sultan Agung at 05:45)

Pneumonia is an acute infection of tissue (parenchyma) lung is characterized by fever, cough and shortness of breath. (Pneumonia: The Forgotten Killer of Children, WHO, ISBN: 92-806-4048-8, September 2006)


Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs, where the lungs fill with fluid, causing respiratory problems. (Pneumonia, Continuing Education, IKA XXXI, Retno Asih S, Landia S, Makmuri MS, FK Unair, Hospital Dr Soetomo, 2006)

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