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CATARAL PNEUMONIA

Clinic: common symptoms indicate the beginning of an inflammatory infectious process in the form of CNS intoxication, cardiovascular system, etc. Radiological signs are less pronounced than with croupous pneumonia. Blood test: small leukocytosis up to 10 thousand with a small rod - nuclear shift, there is no toxic leukocyte granularity. Urine ECG - no change. Local symptoms indicate the localization of the inflammatory process (symptoms of lung tissue consolidation). With catarrhal pneumonia, there is always concomitant bronchitis: it is limited to the corresponding inflammatory process in the lung parenchyma or diffuse bronchitis.
The clinic is determined by the characteristics of the pathogen;

- pneumococcus: acute, but not rapid onset, subfibril temperature, decreases slowly:

- Staphylococcus and Streptococcus: mortality is higher, because unlike pneumococcus, they release endotoxin, which causes deep destruction of lung tissue, up to necrosis. Often another pus flora joins, suppuration occurs, followed by disintegration of lung tissue. Rarely encountered. At present, rickettsia, viruses and mycoplasma are found as pathogens.
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CATARAL PNEUMONIA

  1. Pneumonitis caused by food and vomit. Aspiration pneumonia
    ICD-10 cipher J69.0 Diagnostics When making a diagnosis Mandatory Level of consciousness, frequency and effectiveness of respiration, heart rate, blood pressure, CVP, body temperature, skin condition R-graphy of the ECG chest organs Laboratory studies: hemoglobin, red blood cells, white blood cells, formula blood, total protein, bilirubin, urea, creatinine, electrolytes, enzymes, blood clotting rates
  2. Pneumonia Acute pneumonia.
    In pregnant women, pneumonia is often more severe due to the decrease in the respiratory surface of the lungs, the high standing of the diaphragm, which limits the excursion of the lungs, and the additional load on the cardiovascular system. The clinical picture of acute pneumonia does not differ from that of non-pregnant. With the development of pneumonia, shortly before childbirth, development should be delayed if possible.
  3. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis
    Exudative-catarrhal diathesis is the ability of the hereditary congenital and acquired properties of the body to respond with an increased response of the skin and mucous membranes to individual external stimuli. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis is caused by genetic factors (genetic burden - in 70-80% of children), age characteristics of the enzyme system of the digestive tract and
  4. Інфекційна катаральна garyachka sheep
    Infektsiina cataralah (febris catarrhalis), a bazaar, a bazaar The link with characteristic urazhennyam of the language of the branch was called “blue tongue” or “black mouth”.
  5. CHRONIC CATARAL LARINGIT
    With catarrhal laryngitis, on the first plane there is a sign of rosace of the bloodstream and blood flow, which is a common epithelium, which can be metaplazed from a cylindrical to a flat, rosy-lipped, worn out a little bit. In pіdepіtelіalnomu sharі v_dnaznacja krug-loklіtіnna інфілтрація. The main symptom characteristic of all forms of chronical laryngitis is є hoarseness. Virazhenіst її іза ід - від
  6. Malignant catarrhal fever
    Malignant catarrhal fever (coruza gangrenosa) is an acute infectious disease of cattle and buffaloes, characterized by croupous inflammation of the mucous membranes of the head, eye and nervous system damage. Etiology. The causative agent of malignant catarrhal fever belongs to the family Gerpesviridae. Epizootological data. A feature of the infection is that
  7. Malignant catarrhal burner
    Malignant catarrhal fever (lat - Coryza gangraenosa;. Eng - Malignantcatarrhal fever of ruminats;. LIM) - sporadic non-communicable, preferably acutely flowing disease of cattle, buffalo, deer and wild cloven-hoofed animals characterized by continuous type fever, croupous inflammation of the mucous respiratory and gastrointestinal membranes
  8. Acute catarrhal laryngitis
    Acute inflammation of the larynx mucosa (laryngitis satarrhalis acuta) is often observed as an independent disease. Often it is a continuation of catarrhal inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose, throat with a cold or acute catarrh of the upper respiratory tract, acute respiratory viral infection, flu; it may occur after voice overloads, inhalation of irritating
  9. Chronic catarrhal endometritis (endometritis catarrhalis chronica)
    Chronic catarrhal endometritis refers to chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane of the uterus, characterized by a constant release of catarrhal exudate from the uterus. Etiology. Chronic catarrhal endometritis usually develops from acute endometritis, if the causes that caused it were not promptly resolved. In cows, chronic endometritis is most often the result of acute
  10. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis
    Exudative-catarrhal diathesis (EKD) is a constitutional feature of a child, in which there is a tendency to recurrent infiltrative-desquamatotic lesions of the skin and mucous membranes, the development of allergic reactions, prolonged inflammatory processes, lymphoid hyperplasia, and lability of water-salt metabolism. E p and d e m and about l about g and I. According to domestic authors,
  11. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis
    Exudative-catarrhal diathesis is a peculiar state of reactivity in young children, characterized by a tendency to recurrent infiltrative-desquamato lesions of the skin and mucous membranes, develop pseudo-allergic reactions and prolonged inflammatory processes, lymphoid hyperplasia, and a lysteroscle prosthesis. Etiology and pathogenesis are not definitively
  12. Malignant catarrhal burner
    Infectious non-contagious disease of cattle and buffalo, characterized by persistent fever, croupous inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract and the gastrointestinal tract, damage to the eyes and central nervous system. For malignant catarrhal fever, except cattle (especially at a young age), buffaloes, goats, antelopes are susceptible
  13. Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis (endometritis catarrhalis et purulenta chronica)
    Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis is called long-term inflammation of the uterine mucosa, accompanied by the release of mucopurulent exudate. Etiology. Chronic catarrhal-purulent endometritis usually develops from acute endometritis or arises from chronic catarrhal endometritis with the introduction of pyogenic microbes. Chronic
  14. Zloyak_sna kataralna garyachka great horny thinness
    The sinister cataract of the hot hog of the great horn of thinness (Coryza gangrenosa bovum, ZKG) is a guest of the unconsious ill of the great horn of the deer of the likeness of that bully, who is characterized by the hot, hardened of the humps of the humps of the little ones of the horn of the eyes of the bully of the horn of the eye Historical dovdka. First of all, the painter, under the name “Typhoid of the Great Horned Thinness,” stood at 1832 r. Anchor. At Russia
  15. Chronic catarrhal laryngitis
    In most cases, the disease is a result of often recurring acute inflammation of the mucous membrane of the larynx after hypothermia. For persons whose profession is connected with the load on the vocal apparatus (singers, readers, lecturers, etc.), the main etiological role may be played by its prolonged overstrain. Professional factors such as dust,
  16. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis
    -sm skin lesions: gneiss, seborrhea, milky crust, diaper rash, eczema dry and weeping, neurodermatitis, pruritus -sm mucosal lesions: "geographic tongue", conjunctivitis, blepharitis, rhinitis, pharyngitis, laryngitis, bronchitis, vulvovaginitis , intestinal dysfunction —s-m functional changes in the nervous system — hyperplastic sm: an increase in peripheral lymph nodes — criteria
  17. Infectious catarrhal fever of sheep ("Blue tongue", bluetang)
    Sheep catarrhal fever (febris catarrhalis ovium) is an infectious disease that manifests itself with fever, inflammatory necrotic lesions of the digestive tract, tongue and degenerative changes in skeletal muscles. Etiology. The causative agent, the RNA genomic virus, belongs to the family Reoviridae, the genus Orbivirus. The diameter of the particles of purified culture virus is 50-65
  18. CHRONICALLY CATARALNESS TO LIFE (RHINITIS CATARAUS CHRONICA)
    In the basis of the formation of a chronical rhinitis, there is a chronic cataract lying on the ground, like a viklik є torsion of the tone of the vessels of the nasal membrane of the nose. The feuds are cast upon the bow of the bow and the twists of the nose. Udrudnennya nasal dikhannya Vinikaє perіodichno, part_sh on cold. At the position of the recumbent on the back, the pillars are bent out of the lower half of the nose. Tse pov'yazano іz
  19. Exudative-catarrhal diathesis - EKD
    Diathesis is essentially not a disease, it is a predisposition, a particular tendency of the skin and mucous membranes to inflammatory processes. This condition leads to violations of the NA and internal organs. EKD is detected most often at the age of 3-6 months, and its pronounced symptoms can be observed during the first 2 years of life. Etiology. In the occurrence of this anomaly of the constitution has
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