[37] Commonly implicated agents include rhinoviruses, coronaviruses, influenza virus, respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), adenovirus, and parainfluenza. Pneumonia is an infection in one or both lungs. [54] In adults with normal vital signs and a normal lung examination, the diagnosis is unlikely. [23] Bacteria can also spread via the blood. It's usually caused by a bacterial infection. [42], The use of granulocyte colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) along with antibiotics does not appear to reduce mortality and routine use for treating pneumonia is not supported by evidence. [35] Radiographs of viral pneumonia may appear normal, appear hyper-inflated, have bilateral patchy areas, or present similar to bacterial pneumonia with lobar consolidation. [41] For people infected with HIV/AIDS, PCP is a common opportunistic infection. [23][37] Different viruses predominate at different times of the year; during flu season, for example, influenza may account for more than half of all viral cases. In addition, a cough is frequently absent in children less than 2 months old. [66] Bacterial, community-acquired pneumonia classically show lung consolidation of one lung segmental lobe, which is known as lobar pneumonia. [24] In people with HIV/AIDS and a CD4 count of less than 200 cells/uL the antibiotic trimethoprim/sulfamethoxazole decreases the risk of Pneumocystis pneumonia[88] and is also useful for prevention in those that are immunocompromised but do not have HIV. See all Hide authors and affiliations. [71] Viral infections, can be confirmed via detection of either the virus or its antigens with culture or polymerase chain reaction (PCR), among other techniques. myalgia, headache). [40], Fungal pneumonia is uncommon, but occurs more commonly in individuals with weakened immune systems due to AIDS, immunosuppressive drugs, or other medical problems. Christian Gram's paper describing the procedure in 1884 helped to differentiate the two bacteria, and showed that pneumonia could be caused by more than one microorganism. [23], In 2008, pneumonia occurred in approximately 156 million children (151 million in the developing world and 5 million in the developed world). Pneumonia is an infection in the lungs that may be caused by bacteria, virus, fungus and/or aspiration. In the pre-antibiotic age, pneumonias had been treated with specific anti-serums of highly variable therapeutic effect and undesirable side-effects (a practice eliminated by the advent of sulfamides in 1936 and the beginning availability of penicillin in the 1940s). [34] Testing for other specific organisms may be recommended during outbreaks, for public health reasons. People with pneumonia usually complain of coughing, mucus production, fever, shortness of breath, and/or chest pain. The infection may be viral, bacterial or another, and sometimes is caused by specific bacterial toxins, in the blood or tissues. [83] People with COPD are recommended by a number of guidelines to have a pneumococcal vaccination. Severe sepsis occurs early in the course of the infection in more than 30% of cases. [128], Clinical prediction rules have been developed to more objectively predict outcomes of pneumonia. [12] Nevertheless, pneumonia remains a leading cause of death in developing countries, and also among the very old, the very young, and the chronically ill.[12][19] Pneumonia often shortens the period of suffering among those already close to death and has thus been called "the old man's friend". Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is an increasing health problem and the third most common reason for hospitalization for adults, especially the elderly aged >65 years. Laterolateral chest radiographs can increase the diagnostic accuracy of lung consolidation and pleural effusion. [34] About 10% of those discharged from hospital are readmitted due to underlying co-morbidities such as heart, lung, or neurological disorders, or due to new onset of pneumonia. [37] Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) can also result in pneumonia. [34] For those with Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) or Legionella infections, prolonged antibiotics may be beneficial. [12] Viral pneumonia accounts for about 200 million cases. [60] The presence of chest pain in children with pneumonia doubles the probability of Mycoplasma pneumoniae. [32] Once clinically stable, intravenous antibiotics should be switched to oral antibiotics. Diagnosis is often based on symptoms and physical examination. Without treatment, glanders bloodstream infections are usually fatal within 7 to 10 days. [34], Most bacteria enter the lungs via small aspirations of organisms residing in the throat or nose. [28] Specifically, 23% had one or more viruses, 11% had one or more bacteria, 3% had both bacterial and viral pathogens, and 1% had a fungal or mycobacterial infection. Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs, filling them with fluid. [65], Physical examination may sometimes reveal low blood pressure, high heart rate, or low oxygen saturation. [12] Mycoplasma, Legionella, Streptococcus, and Chlamydia can also be detected using PCR techniques on bronchoalveolar lavage and nasopharyngeal swab. On average, developing countries have an incidence rate five times higher than that of developed countries. 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[35] Aspiration pneumonia may present with bilateral opacities primarily in the bases of the lungs and on the right side. [43] Some parasites, in particular those belonging to the Ascaris and Strongyloides genera, stimulate a strong eosinophilic reaction, which may result in eosinophilic pneumonia. [116][70] A fluoroquinolone may replace azithromycin but is less preferred. [145], Sir William Osler, known as "the father of modern medicine", appreciated the death and disability caused by pneumonia, describing it as the "captain of the men of death" in 1918, as it had overtaken tuberculosis as one of the leading causes of death in this time. [20] The number of cases of fungal pneumonia has been increasing in the latter half of the 20th century due to increasing travel and rates of immunosuppression in the population. [47], Pneumonia frequently starts as an upper respiratory tract infection that moves into the lower respiratory tract. [23] Once in the upper airway, the viruses may make their way into the lungs, where they invade the cells lining the airways, alveoli, or lung parenchyma. Antibiotic use is also associated with side effects such as nausea, diarrhea, dizziness, taste distortion, or headaches. [99] There is tentative evidence that laying flat on the back compared to semi-raised increases pneumonia risks in people who are intubated. [148], Several developments in the 1900s improved the outcome for those with pneumonia. [43] Around the world, parasitic pneumonia is most common in the immunodeficient. Infection of the space between membranes that surround the lungs and chest cavity (empyema) Inflammation of … [101][113][114] The use of fluoroquinolones in uncomplicated cases is discouraged due to concerns about side-effects and generating resistance in light of there being no greater benefit. [57] A rapid respiratory rate is defined as greater than 60 breaths per minute in children under 2 months old, greater than 50 breaths per minute in children 2 months to 1 year old, or greater than 40 breaths per minute in children 1 to 5 years old. [27], Pneumonia is due to infections caused primarily by bacteria or viruses and less commonly by fungi and parasites. [] See separate Aspergillosis article. "[140] However, Hippocrates referred to pneumonia as a disease "named by the ancients". [61], The diagnosis of influenza-like illness can be made based on the signs and symptoms; however, confirmation of an influenza infection requires testing. Out of this work, the distinction between viral and bacterial strains was noticed. [20] A number of drug-resistant versions of the above infections are becoming more common, including drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae (DRSP) and methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). It is characterized by an inflammatory state of the entire body, caused by an infection. [61] The CURB-65 score is useful for determining the need for admission in adults. [106] Vitamin D, as of 2018 is of unclear benefit in children. [20] However, for those whose lung condition deteriorates within 72 hours, the problem is usually due to sepsis. [130] Occasionally, microorganisms will infect this fluid, causing an empyema. The best prevention against viral pneumonia is vaccination against influenza, chickenpox (varicella zoster), herpes zoster, measles, respiratory syncytial virus vaccine (RSV), rubella, and adenovirus vaccine. It may involve several organ systems and is associated with the severity and mortality of CAP. [12] Influenza A may be treated with rimantadine or amantadine, while influenza A or B may be treated with oseltamivir, zanamivir or peramivir. [13] The first dose of antibiotics should be given as soon as possible. In one particular population, the intubated and mechanically ventilated patient, the risk of infection is particularly high, and nosocomial pneumonia is a major cause of mortality. [76] These antibiotics are often given intravenously and used in combination. Vaccination of infants against Haemophilus influenzae type B began in 1988 and led to a dramatic decline in cases shortly thereafter. [150], Due to the relatively low awareness of the disease, 12 November was declared as the annual World Pneumonia Day, a day for concerned citizens and policy makers to take action against the disease, in 2009. Foals develop pneumonia more commonly than adult horses. New research shows that adults with systemic lupus erythematosus, who receive trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TMP-SMX), a prophylactic therapy to help prevent pneumocystis pneumonia, are … [12][13] With the introduction of antibiotics and vaccines in the 20th century, survival has greatly improved. [46] Lipoid pneumonia is another rare cause due to lipids entering the lung. [22], X-ray presentations of pneumonia may be classified as lobar pneumonia, bronchopneumonia, lobular pneumonia, and interstitial pneumonia. [97], For adults and children in the hospital who require a respirator, there is no strong evidence indicating a difference between heat and moisture exchangers and heated humidifiers for preventing pneumonia. However, ultrasound requires specific skills to operate the machine and interpret the findings. Other causes of the symptoms should be considered such as a myocardial infarction or a pulmonary embolism. [122] A 2019 guideline however recommended against there general use, unless refractory shock was present. Viruses must invade cells in order to reproduce. [8] The disease may be classified by where it was acquired, such as community- or hospital-acquired or healthcare-associated pneumonia. [23][29][7] Additional risks in children include not being breastfed, exposure to cigarette smoke and other air pollution, malnutrition, and poverty. Although the latter are no longer rare in CAP,[75] they are still less likely. [35] CT scans can also provide more details in those with an unclear chest radiograph (for example occult pneumonia in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) and can exclude pulmonary embolism and fungal pneumonia and detect lung abscess in those who are not responding to treatments. A Streptococcus pneumoniae vaccine is available for adults, and has been found to decrease the risk of invasive pneumococcal disease by 74%, but there is insufficient evidence to suggest using the pneumococcal vaccine to prevent pneumonia or death in the general adult population. Edwin Klebs was the first to observe bacteria in the airways of persons having died of pneumonia in 1875. [23], In adults, viruses account for about one third of pneumonia cases,[12] and in children for about 15% of them. So, it depends on what "systemic" means. [12] The British Thoracic Society recommends that antibiotics be withheld in those with mild disease. Your doctor will start by asking about your medical history and doing a physical exam, including listening to your lungs with a stethoscope to check for abnormal bubbling or crackling sounds that suggest pneumonia.If pneumonia is suspected, your doctor may recommend the following tests: 1. [12][38] Herpes simplex virus rarely causes pneumonia, except in groups such as newborns, persons with cancer, transplant recipients, and people with significant burns. [] This was previously called zygomycosis. [37][39] Those with viral infections may be secondarily infected with the bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae, Staphylococcus aureus, or Haemophilus influenzae, particularly when other health problems are present. [34], Sepsis is a potential complication of pneumonia but usually occurs in people with poor immunity or hyposplenism. [75][32] Ventilator-associated pneumonia is specifically defined as pneumonia that arises more than 48 to 72 hours after endotracheal intubation. [48] There is strong evidence for vaccinating children under the age of 2 against Streptococcus pneumoniae (pneumococcal conjugate vaccine). [34], A CT scan can give additional information in indeterminate cases. [57], In children, low oxygen levels and lower chest indrawing are more sensitive than hearing chest crackles with a stethoscope or increased respiratory rate. [30] The use of acid-suppressing medications – such as proton-pump inhibitors or H2 blockers – is associated with an increased risk of pneumonia. [20], People with infectious pneumonia often have a productive cough, fever accompanied by shaking chills, shortness of breath, sharp or stabbing chest pain during deep breaths, and an increased rate of breathing. Pneumonia is caused by an infection of the lung. [37] Other viral infections occur when contaminated airborne droplets are inhaled through the nose or mouth. [68], Right middle lobe pneumonia in a child as seen on plain X ray, In people managed in the community, determining the causative agent is not cost-effective and typically does not alter management. [27] While the throat always contains bacteria, potentially infectious ones reside there only at certain times and under certain conditions. [23] Complications such as pleural effusion may also be found on chest radiographs. [9] Unlike pneumonia, asthma and COPD typically present with wheezing, pulmonary edema presents with an abnormal electrocardiogram, cancer and bronchiectasis present with a cough of longer duration, and pulmonary emboli present with acute onset sharp chest pain and shortness of breath. [130] If this shows evidence of empyema, complete drainage of the fluid is necessary, often requiring a drainage catheter. [24], Vaccination prevents against certain bacterial and viral pneumonias both in children and adults. [12][13] Rates are greatest in children less than five, and adults older than 75 years. [51] The neutrophils, bacteria, and fluid from surrounding blood vessels fill the alveoli, resulting in the consolidation seen on chest X-ray. We investigated host-mediators of S. pneumoniae-induced PMN migration and the role of inflammation in septicemia following pneumococcal lung infection. [33] For people with certain variants of the FER gene, the risk of death is reduced in sepsis caused by pneumonia. [130] In severe cases of empyema, surgery may be needed. [8] Chest X-rays, blood tests, and culture of the sputum may help confirm the diagnosis. Systemic infection triggers chills, which make a person shiver even after wearing layers of woolen clothes. Aspergillosis. [37] Other causes of circulatory failure are hypoxemia, inflammation, and increased coagulability. The lungs quickly fill with fluid and become stiff. In an active population-based surveillance for co… [117], The duration of treatment has traditionally been seven to ten days, but increasing evidence suggests that shorter courses (3–5 days) may be effective for certain types of pneumonia and may reduce the risk of antibiotic resistance. [18] Oxygen therapy may be used if oxygen levels are low. The infection … Chronic Infection Viral pneumonia was first described by Hobart Reimann in 1938, in an article published by JAMA, An Acute Infection of the Respiratory Tract with Atypical Pneumonia: a disease entity probably caused by a filtrable virus. Fever: Fever is a telltale sign of systemic infection. [12] In the United States, as of 2009, pneumonia is the 8th leading cause of death. [12] No specific antiviral medications are recommended for other types of community acquired viral pneumonias including SARS coronavirus, adenovirus, hantavirus, and parainfluenza virus. Maimonides (1135–1204 AD) observed: "The basic symptoms that occur in pneumonia and that are never lacking are as follows: acute fever, sticking pleuritic pain in the side, short rapid breaths, serrated pulse and cough. Several reports of clinical studies have described systemic and local levels of cytokines and chemokines in patients with IAV infection of various types [8–11], but data related to the correlation between different types of diseases (e.g., pneumonia versus encephalitis) or samples (e.g., serum versus BALF) are scarce. Histoplasmosis is most common in the Mississippi River basin, and coccidioidomycosis is most common in the Southwestern United States. [12] A causative agent may not be isolated in about half of cases despite careful testing. [70] Side effects associated with the use of corticosteroids include high blood sugar. [27] Before the advent of antibiotics, mortality was typically 30% in those that were hospitalized. Severe pneumonia should be differentiated from acute heart failure. [35] However, findings may vary, and other patterns are common in other types of pneumonia. [5][7], Vaccines to prevent certain types of pneumonia (such as those caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae bacteria or that linked to influenza) are available. [22] It is believed that, if appropriate preventive measures were instituted globally, mortality among children could be reduced by 400,000; and, if proper treatment were universally available, childhood deaths could be decreased by another 600,000. [3] The samples can then be run through polymerase chain reaction (PCR), allowing for amplification of the virus as that allows better detection if present in the sample. In persons requiring hospitalization, mortality may be as high as 10%, and in those requiring intensive care it may reach 30–50%. [37] When the immune system responds to the infection, even more lung damage may occur. [82] The CDC recommends that young children and adults over the age of 65 receive the pneumococcal vaccine, as well as older children or younger adults who have an increased risk of getting pneumococcal disease. [120] Recommendations for hospital-acquired pneumonia include third- and fourth-generation cephalosporins, carbapenems, fluoroquinolones, aminoglycosides, and vancomycin. [86], Smoking cessation[61] and reducing indoor air pollution, such as that from cooking indoors with wood, crop residues or dung, are both recommended. [76][75] It is likely to involve hospital-acquired infections, with higher risk of multidrug-resistant pathogens. The setting in which pneumonia develops is important to treatment,[75][76] as it correlates to which pathogens are likely suspects,[75] which mechanisms are likely, which antibiotics are likely to work or fail,[75] and which complications can be expected based on the person's health status. [23] The respiratory rate may be faster than normal, and this may occur a day or two before other signs. [58] Grunting and nasal flaring may be other useful signs in children less than five years old. [31] Approximately 10% of people who require mechanical ventilation develop ventilator-associated pneumonia,[32] and people with a gastric feeding tube have an increased risk of developing aspiration pneumonia. 3 Adult pneumonia and community-acquired pneumonia. "[141] This clinical description is quite similar to those found in modern textbooks, and it reflected the extent of medical knowledge through the Middle Ages into the 19th century. Catching pneumonia. Pneumonia can be generally defined as an infection of the lung parenchyma, in which consolidation of the affected part and a filling of the alveolar air spaces with exudate, inflammatory cells, and fibrin is characteristic. [27] However, evidence has not supported this distinction, therefore it is no longer emphasized. as a result of infected lines or leakage from the gastrointestinal tract), and may spread to many other organs. Of those case, viral pneumonia counts for about 200 million cases which includes about 100 million children and 100 million adults. The symptoms of pneumonia can develop suddenly over 24 to 48 hours, or they may come on more slowly over several days. [20], Viral pneumonia was first described by Hobart Reimann in 1938. [22] Fever is not very specific, as it occurs in many other common illnesses and may be absent in those with severe disease, malnutrition or in the elderly. AN UNIDENTIFIED VIRUS WHICH PRODUCES PNEUMONIA AND SYSTEMIC INFECTION IN MICE. Respiratory failure not responding to normal oxygen therapy may require heated humidified high-flow therapy delivered through nasal cannulae,[108] non-invasive ventilation,[109] or in severe cases invasive ventilation through an endotracheal tube. [27] These rules are often used to decide whether to hospitalize the person. [71] Hand hygiene and coughing into one's sleeve may also be effective preventative measures. [53] The invasion of the lungs may lead to varying degrees of cell death. Community-acquired pneumonia (CAP) is acquired in the community,[75][76] outside of health care facilities. Compared with health care–associated pneumonia, it is less likely to involve multidrug-resistant bacteria. [95], For people with low levels of vitamin C in their diet or blood, taking vitamin C supplements may be suggested to decrease the risk of pneumonia, although there is no strong evidence of benefit. However, preci… [84] Wearing surgical masks by the sick may also prevent illness. [12], In general, aspiration pneumonitis is treated conservatively with antibiotics indicated only for aspiration pneumonia. [60], In general, in adults, investigations are not needed in mild cases. Systemic fungal infections usually originate either in the lungs (Aspergillus, Cryptococcus, Mucorales spp., as a result of inhalation) or from endogenous flora (Candida spp. [108] The main impact is on the respiratory and the circulatory system. In cases of viral pneumonia where influenza A or B are thought to be causative agents, patients who are seen within 48 hours of symptom onset may benefit from treatment with oseltamivir, or zanamivir, or peramivir. [20] Streptococcus pneumoniae is more common in the winter,[20] and it should be suspected in persons aspirating a large number of anaerobic organisms. [65] Thus, treatment is frequently based on the presence of influenza in the community or a rapid influenza test. [24] Some causes are associated with classic, but non-specific, clinical characteristics. [a] Identifying the responsible pathogen can be difficult. Symptoms of pneumonia. Microaspiration of contaminated secretions can infect the lower airways and cause pneumonia. [43] In the developed world, these infections are most common in people returning from travel or in immigrants. Pneumonia is an infection that inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs. T/F Tuberculosis is spread through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes. [12] The use of corticosteroids is controversial. [78] Immunizing health care workers decreases the risk of viral pneumonia among their patients. [4] Other ways for a diagnosis to be obtained is by ordering a chest x-ray, blood tests, pulse oximetry, and a medical/family history to see if there are any known risks or previous exposures to a person with viral pneumonia. The lungs are made of small sacs called alveoli, which fill with air when a healthy person breathes. [11][12] Besides vaccination there are no other ways to prevent viral pneumonia besides basic hygiene skills like covering the mouth when coughing or sneezing, staying home when sick, and washing your hands frequently. Complications of pneumococcal pneumonia include. [122] There is some evidence that adding corticosteroids to the standard PCP pneumonia treatment may be beneficial for people who are infected with HIV. [61] However, those with other medical conditions, the elderly, or those with significant trouble breathing may require more advanced care. Friedländer's initial work introduced the Gram stain, a fundamental laboratory test still used today to identify and categorize bacteria. By CLARA NIGG. The combination of cellular destruction and fluid-filled alveoli interrupts the transportation of oxygen into the bloodstream. [20] Alcoholism is associated with Streptococcus pneumoniae, anaerobic organisms, and Mycobacterium tuberculosis; smoking facilitates the effects of Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, Moraxella catarrhalis, and Legionella pneumophila. [42], A variety of parasites can affect the lungs, including Toxoplasma gondii, Strongyloides stercoralis, Ascaris lumbricoides, and Plasmodium malariae. [39] After organ transplantation or in otherwise immunocompromised persons, there are high rates of cytomegalovirus pneumonia. [12] It occurs about five times more frequently in the developing world than in the developed world. Pneumonia is swelling (inflammation) of the tissue in one or both lungs.It's usually caused by an infection, most commonly bacteria and viruses, which are both contagious. People may become infected with pneumonia in a hospital; this is defined as pneumonia not present at the time of admission (symptoms must start at least 48 hours after admission). [9], Pneumonitis refers to lung inflammation; pneumonia refers to pneumonitis, usually due to infection but sometimes non-infectious, that has the additional feature of pulmonary consolidation. [20][41] It is most often caused by Histoplasma capsulatum, Blastomyces, Cryptococcus neoformans, Pneumocystis jiroveci (pneumocystis pneumonia, or PCP), and Coccidioides immitis. [10] Other methods of prevention include hand washing to prevent infection, and not smoking. [44], Idiopathic interstitial pneumonia or noninfectious pneumonia[45] is a class of diffuse lung diseases. Different viruses cause different symptoms. Methods: We used the 1998-2016 U.S. National Inpatient Sample data. [142] Initial work identifying the two common bacterial causes, Streptococcus pneumoniae and Klebsiella pneumoniae, was performed by Carl Friedländer[143] and Albert Fraenkel[144] in 1882 and 1884, respectively. [23] Half of normal people have these small aspirations during sleep.

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