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#16 L'utilisateur est hors-ligne   Black-Mamba Icône

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Posté 15 mars 2007 - 11:55

Voir le messagelena, le Wednesday 14 March 2007, 9:08, dit :

i found some info about pneumonia in djibouti.http://www.irinnews.org/report.aspx?reportid=54777
also check this out
How do you get pneumonia?
The microorganisms (germs) that cause pneumonia may be present in your body for some time before causing illness. Or, they may also be spread between people through droplets in the air. Coughing and sneezing create droplets.

There are a number of factors that affect your body's ability to fight off infection and put you more at risk of developing pneumonia. They include:

being in poor health
age - the very young and old (over 65) are most susceptible to pneumonia
smoking (as smoking damages your lungs which makes it easier to get an infection)
heavy drinking
heart disease
having a lung disease, such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
a low immunity to infection - if you have an illness such as AIDS or are having some types of chemotherapy for example.
Hospital-acquired pneumonia
People in hospital are vulnerable to pneumonia for a number of reasons. These include:

having a weakened immune system, which increases your risk of getting pneumonia
a reduced cough reflex following surgery or severe illness - a cough reflex is the body's way of clearing things out of the airways that may irritate them, an automatic reaction that defends the body against infections
the types of bacteria responsible for pneumonia caught in hospital, which tend to be different from those that cause community-acquired pneumonia - they may also be resistant to the standard antibiotics (such as resistant strains of the bacterium Staphylococcus aureus)



What is the life-time of this bacteria ?
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Posté 16 mars 2007 - 04:28

Voir le messageBlack-Mamba, le Thursday 15 March 2007, 20:55, dit :

What is the life-time of this bacteria ?

about 36 hours for what i know.Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). RSV is a major cause of pneumonia in infants and people with damaged immune systems. Studies indicate that RSV pneumonia may also be more common than previously thought in adults, especially the elderly.
i used to have a friend that used to go to that center for respiratory problems and all that close to the C.E.S of BOULAOS you know..well she caught pneumonia.its a bacteria in the air.
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