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MR: 040 497
Patient Identity: a. Client Identity Name: Mr. "S" Age: 53 Years Gender: Male Religion: Islam Tribe / Nation: Bugis / Indonesia Marital Status: Married Occupation: Teacher Education: S1 Address: Jl. Shafts Majene Bonde, Kab. Majene b. Identity of Insurer Name: Ny. "A" Age: 49 Years Gender: Female Occupation: Teacher Relationships with clients: Wife
streptococcus. pleuritic pain. signs of lung consolidation (lung percussion dullness). respiratory infections. Action 1.Physical examination The percentage varies depending on the etiology. High risk arises on the client with a history of alcoholism. o Onset invisible and light on the elderly or people with immune penururunan caused by germs that are less patoghen. cough. sputum berwara such as rust. o Ronkhi wet and pleural friction can terdengan over a network that attacked because of exudate and fibrin in the alveoli. tachypnea. ronkhi loud and bronchial breathing sounds. Most khasus penomenia can be treated without hospitalization should undergo 2. and staphilococcus. especially after the consolidation of the lung. Symptom The main complaints are frequent clients tinbul on the onset of pneumonia is characterized by complaints of chills. and clinical circumstances. and clients with immunosuppressive (weakness in the immune system). age. fever. o Acute Onset is usually by pathogenic bacteria such as S. o The physical signs of pneumonia commonly encountered were fever. are potent enough to overcome penomenia by bacteria . Pneumonia often occur after upper respiratory tract infection (infection of the nose and throat). The initial treatment usually adalh antibiotics. Pneumonia virus is characterized by myalgia. dry cough is nonproductive. shortness of breath. post surgery. weakness.pneumoniae. malaise.
those who had recovered from pneumonia mycoplasmal be exhausted in a long time. more long-needed break to restore the body. • For pneumonia by a virus until there is currently no specific guidelines. rest. However. · Someone with pneumonia who have breathing difficulties. Therapy • Most cases of pneumonia can be treated without having to undergo hospitalization. because the next attack could be more severe than the first. your doctor will instruct continued treatment to prevent relapse. including: Ø infections caused by bacteria. or indirectly from other diseases such as lung cancer or alcohol use. the person must be hospitalized in the hospital. Ø Pneumonia can also occur due to chemical or physical damage of the lungs. viruses. although some antiviral drugs have been used. which are potent enough to overcome bacterial pneumonia. · Generally oral antibiotics. people with other health problems and their parents may need more specialist care. · Treatment Onset usually is antibiotics. • If the symptoms get worse. fluids and hospital care to be sufficient to fully cure. To penemonia by a virus until now there is no guide antipirus khususmeski several drugs have been used 4. patients will also receive additional treatment in the form of the pattern of food and oxygen to increase the amount of oxygenated blood · In patients who are middle aged. . mycoplasma and some cases of rickettsia. after the patient's temperature returned to normal. In addition to antibiotic treatment of patients jg will get an additional form of regulation doings of food and oxygen to increase oxygen jumblah blood preformance Etiology Pneumonia caused by various reasons. · Usually doctors who deal drugs peneumonia will choose appropriate consideration of each. fungi or parasites. Most patients can be treated at home. · In addition to antibiotics.3. pneumonia did not improve with home treatment or complications arise.
· Routinely. adequate rest is key to a healthy back. But they need to be reminded to not directly perform the heavy-weight. because. . patients who had recovered from the pneumonia is not barred from returning to conduct its activities.