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However, the following symptoms can signal a bout of pneumonia: Malaise or feeling weak Cough Green or yellow sputum Pain in the chest Confusion Fever Chills Shortness of Breath Often, a person may think she is simply suffering from the cold or flu. Hunt C, Chakravorty NK, Annan G, et al: The clinical effects of vitamin C supplementation in elderly hospitalised patients with acute respiratory infections. In: Goldman-Cecil Medicine. If you can take your grandma to the hospital while she is just starting to have these symptoms, you can probably save her life. How much do you know about sex, love, and the human body? Happiness - Test your emotional IQ Superfoods - Are you eating enough? Fat and Fats - What do you know about fat? Skin Pictures - Can you identify these conditions? Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – What do you know about CFS? Conditions Conditions A-Z Procedures A-Z Allergies Alzheimer's Arthritis Asthma Blood Pressure Cancer Cholesterol Chronic Pain Cold & Flu Depression Diabetes Digestion Eyesight Health & Living Healthy Kids Hearing & Ear Heart HIV/AIDS Infectious Disease Lung Conditions Menopause Men's Health Mental Health Migraine Neurology Oral Health Pregnancy Senior Health Sexual Health Skin Problems Sleep Thyroid Travel Health Women's Health Symptom Checker Health & Living The No-Diet Approach Lose weight without dieting! Live better and be healthier with these quick nutritional tips from the experts. Clin Exp Immunol 62:724-731, 1985. Patient Care & Health Information Diseases & Conditions Pneumonia OverviewSymptoms & causesDiagnosis & treatmentDiagnosisTreatmentClinical trialsPreparing for your appointmentSelf-managementMore aboutIn-DepthExpert AnswersMultimediaResourcesNews from Mayo Clinic Symptoms and causes By Mayo Clinic Staff Print Symptoms The signs and symptoms of pneumonia vary from mild to severe, depending on factors such as the type of germ causing the infection, and your age and overall health. Getty Images Subscribe to MedicineNet's Newsletters Get the latest health and medical information delivered direct to your inbox! By clicking Submit, I agree to the MedicineNet's Terms & Conditions & Privacy Policy and understand that I may opt out of MedicineNet's subscriptions at any time. Some tests of your immune system may be advised if pneumonia happens again for no apparent reason.References & Disclaimer Provide FeedbackFurther reading & referencesPneumonia: Diagnosis and management of community- and hospital-acquired pneumonia in adults; NICE Clinical Guideline (December 2014)Chest infections - adult; NICE CKS, August 2012 (UK access only)Guidelines for the management of adult lower respiratory tract infections; European Respiratory Society and European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases (September 2011)Guidelines for the management of community acquired pneumonia in adults; British Thoracic Society (2009), Thorax Vol 64 Sup IIIRespiratory tract infections antibiotic prescribing: Prescribing of antibiotics for self-limiting respiratory tract infections in adults and children in primary care; NICE Clinical Guideline (July 2008)Disclaimer: This article is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions.

Normally, you can relate to pneumonia symptoms at two distinct levels: the organ level and the body level. Although pneumonia can be caused by more than two dozen organisms, pneumonia in the elderly is usually caused by bacteria or viruses. 1998-2016 Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Up until a few years ago, antibiotic resistance associated with bacterial pneumonia had been increasing, but it has recently decreased, according to Mylotte. Again, these will usually be people who were unwell before they had pneumonia, or the elderly.If the pneumonia is very severe, or caused by an aggressive type of germ (bacterium), such as legionella, you may need to be moved to an intensive care unit in the hospital. This website requires JavaScript to function. Sometimes these organisms break through a person's immune system, infecting the lungs' air sacs. A switch to another antibiotic is sometimes needed.Sometimes oxygen and other supportive treatments are needed if you have severe pneumonia. Marrie TJ: Normal resolution of community-acquired pneumonia.

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