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Infection caused due to aspiration

By Anonymous July 13, 2013 - 12:35am
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Patient as convulsion for 1 hour. He aspirated the saliva resulting in pnemonia. Lack of oxygen supply 2 brain resulted in hypoxic brain damage. He was hospitalised for more than 3 months. Brain has recovered to some extent, but sill the infection in chest is not cureable. We r using oral airway for suction of infection. Pl give what kind of food to intake and other remedies to reduce infection.

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Hi Anonymous,

Thank you for your question and I am curious if this question is a school related question? I am not sure why you would ask what foods would reduce the infection so I am a little confused on how to answer your question. Can you be more specific if this is a school related question or if the doctor is actually treating you or a family member with foods for the infection. We would like to assist you although this appears to be a question related to school.


July 13, 2013 - 5:37am
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