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  1. Macrolide resistance in adults with bacteremic pneumococcal pneumonia.: An article from: Emerging Infectious Diseases by Joshua P. Metlay, Neil O. Fishman, et all 2006-08-01
  2. Pneumonias by Matthew E. Levison, 1984-06

141. Pneumococcal Infections
Recognizing, treating, and preventing infections caused by streptococcus pneumoniae. Consumer information about pneumonia, otitis, bloodstream infections, and meningitis caused by streptococcus pneumoniae. Information about vaccines and antibiotic treatment.

142. Chemical Pneumonia: From
A complete explanation of Chemical pneumonia including risks, what to expect and when to call the doctor. Chemical pneumonia. Advertising. WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW.
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Chemical pneumonia is swelling and irritation of the lungs caused by breathing in fumes from such chemicals as bug sprays, pool cleaners, or gasoline. This kind of pneumonia cannot be spread to other people.
Inhaling any type of irritating fumes can result in this problem. You can also get pneumonia if you breathe in when vomiting.
Common symptoms include coughing, choking, gagging, trouble breathing, or fast breathing. You also might have bluish fingernails, toenails, or skin; a fast heartbeat; headache; fever or upset stomach; vomiting; diarrhea; and convulsions. Other possible symptoms include fatigue, dizziness, and difficulty walking.
If you are not having too much trouble breathing, you can recover at home. You may need medicine for pain, swelling, fever, or infection. If you need extra oxygen or medicines to help you breathe more easily, a hospital stay may be required.

143. Bestselling Author And Syndicated Columnist Michael Fumento Reports: "'Super-Pne
Bestselling author and syndicated columnist Michael Fumento reports Superpneumonia or Super Scare? Super-pneumonia or Super Scare? By Michael Fumento.
"Super-Pneumonia" or Super Scare?
By Michael Fumento
Scripps Howard News Service, March 26, 2003
"It is the worst medical disaster I have ever seen," the Dean of Medicine at the Chinese University in Hong Kong told a prominent Asian newspaper. This irresistible quote was then shot 'round the world by other media, seeking desperately to hype the "mysterious killer pneumonia" or "super-pneumonia." But a bit of knowledge and perspective will kill this panic. Start with those scary tags. "Mysterious" in modern medicine usually means we haven't yet quite identified the cause, although it appears we have now done so here. What's been officially named Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) appears to be one or more strains of coronavirus, commonly associated with colds. "Killer pneumonia" is practically a redundancy, since so many types of pneumonia (there are over 50) do kill. The real questions are: How lethal, how transmissible, and how treatable is this strain? And the answers leave no grounds for excitement, much less panic. Super?

144. - Scientists Find SARS Virus, Verify Diagnostic Test - Mar. 23, 2003
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Scientists find SARS virus, verify diagnostic test
Story Tools SPECIAL REPORT Mystery illness on the move
RELATED Health investigators probe deadly links
More SARS cases investigated in U.S.
N.M. hospital sends workers home as precaution Questions and answers ... World Health Organization HEALTH LIBRARY Health Library Men's Health Women's Health Care for the whole family SYMPTOMS The World Health Organization alerts travelers to be aware of the symptoms, which include:
People after February 1 with a history of fever greater than 100.4 F (38 C) and one or more respiratory symptoms, including cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing and one or more of the following:
Close contact with a person who has been diagnosed with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, or SARS. Close contact means having cared for, having lived with, or having had direct contact with respiratory secretions and body fluids of a person with SARS.
Recent history of travel to areas reporting cases of SARS.

145. Pneumonia
Diseases, Conditions and Injuries. pneumonia. Pronounced NooMO-NEE-yah. by Michelle Badash, MS. Bacterial pneumonia. Antibiotics. Viral pneumonia.
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Pronounced: Noo-MO-NEE-yah by Michelle Badash, MS Definition Causes Risk Factors ... Organizations
Pneumonia is an infection of the lungs. Effects of Pneumonia on the Lungs
Pneumonia affects the lower respiratory tract (small bronchi and air sacs in the lungs). There are three main causes: Bacterial Pneumonia – caused by bacteria, most commonly Streptococcus pneumoniae. Tuberculosis is a chronic bacterial pneumonia common throughout the world. Viral Pneumonia – caused by a virus. Viruses cause half of all pneumonias. Mycoplasma (Walking) Pneumonia – caused by mycoplasmas, tiny disease agents that have traits of both bacteria and viruses. This type of pneumonia is often milder. Other causes of pneumonia include:
  • Fungal infections, such as Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) – a fungal infection common in people with AIDS Pneumonitis – inflammation of the lungs caused by inhaled chemicals, food, liquids, or foreign objects (can lead to an infectious pneumonia)
Risk Factors
A risk factor is something that increases your chance of getting a disease or condition.

146. Medical Microbiology: Neal Chamberlain's Microbial World
A helpful resource on infectious diseases and the pathogens that cause them. There is a lot of course material, as well as table and catalogues describing diseases such as pneumonia, brucellosis and whooping cough.
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147. Dust Pneumonia Blues (Woody Guthrie) (1938)
DUST pneumonia BLUES (Woody Guthrie) (1938). Copyrighted material on these pages only for the purpose of study, review or critical analysis.
DUST PNEUMONIA BLUES (Woody Guthrie) (1938)
He [Woody Guthrie] wrote a bitter parody of Jimmie Rodgers, who'd sent so many people yodeling out to California on the promise that the water there would taste like wine. Woody called the song the "Dust Pneumonia Blues," and announced right off that "there ought to be some yodeling in this song," but he couldn't do it because of the dust rattling in his lungs.
Joe Klein, Woody Guthrie: A Life, London, 1981, pp. 115-116. Lyrics as recorded by Woody Guthrie, RCA Studios, Camden, NJ, 26 Apr 1940, released on " Dust Bowl Ballads ," transcribed by Manfred Helfert.
I got that dust pneumony, pneumony in my lung,
I got the dust pneumony, pneumony in my lung,
An' I'm a-gonna sing this dust pneumony song. I went to the doctor, and the doctor, said, "My son,"
I went to the doctor, and the doctor, said, "My son,
You got that dust pneumony an' you ain't got long, not long." Now there ought to be some yodelin' in this song;
Yeah, there ought to be some yodelin' in this song;

148. Stan Goff: Gulf War II Syndrome?
Stan Goff Military Equipment and pneumonia. August 5, 2003. August 5, 2003. Gulf War II Syndrome? Military Equipment and pneumonia . By STAN GOFF.
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149. World Put On Alert For Severe Pneumonia
Announcement of the global alert issued by the World Health Organization. New Scientist

150. Inflammation
At medium power magnification, numerous neutrophils fill the alveoli in this case of acute bronchopneumonia in a patient with a high fever.
At medium power magnification, numerous neutrophils fill the alveoli in this case of acute bronchopneumonia in a patient with a high fever. Pseudomonas aeruginosa was cultured from sputum. Note the dilated capillaries in the alveolar walls from vasodilation with the acute inflammatory process.

151. - Scared Of New Virus? Wash Your Hands - Mar. 30, 2003
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Residents of Hong Kong have taken to wearing masks to prevent contracting SARS. Good hygiene is just as important, say health officials. Story Tools RELATED SARS
Mystery virus spreads

Suspected cases of SARS

SARS: Mystery illness on the move
... World Health Organization WASHINGTON (Reuters) Worried about catching the stubborn and frightening virus suspected of killing more than 50 people and infecting hundreds worldwide? Wash your hands, health officials advise. Ordinary infection-control measures that can protect people from viruses ranging from the common cold to influenza should work to kill the virus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome, officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advise. At least 55 people have died and about 1,500 others have contracted the mystery virus since late last year, according to the World Health Organization. Most of the cases have been in southern China and Southeast Asia. Worried citizens of Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan have taken to wearing surgical masks in public and many avoid cinemas and shopping malls.

152. Pulmonary Pathology
The alveolar structure is still maintained, which is why a pneumonia often resolves with minimal residual destruction or damage to the lung.
At higher magnification can be seen a patchy area of alveoli that are filled with inflammatory cells. The alveolar structure is still maintained, which is why a pneumonia often resolves with minimal residual destruction or damage to the lung.

153. Welcome To ViroPharma
Develops proprietary antiviral pharmaceuticals for treatment of viral diseases including summer flu, common cold, Influenza, Hepatitis C and viral pneumonia. (Nasdaq VPHM).
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154. Rosling And Rosling 326 (7386): 416
In the absence of official information, rumors magnified the epidemic out of proportion., formerly British Medical Journal

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Pneumonia causes panic in Guangdong province
Lesley Rosling Mark Rosling , Guangzhou The past fortnight has seen the province of Guangdong in southern China become victim to a serious pneumonia epidemic that seized its people with fear and caused major temporary economic damage but that eventually turned out to have relatively slight medical impact. By last week, there had been eight deaths. However, considerable anxiety was created by an "epidemic of rumours." During the first week of February the public became aware of a mysterious respiratory illness, which apparently had a very high mortality and caused death within hours. Symptoms included cough, fever, and breathing

155. Library - News And Articles
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156. EMedicine Health - Overview
pneumonia is an infection or inflammation of the lungs. pneumonia is caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microorganisms.
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You are in: Pneumonia Viral Pneumonia Overview Pneumonia is an infection or inflammation of the lungs. It can be in just one part of the lungs, or it can involve many parts. Pneumonia is caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microorganisms. The severity of pneumonia depends on which organism is causing the infection. Viral pneumonias are usually not very serious, but they can be life-threatening in very old and very young patients, and in people whose immune systems are weak. Even severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), which is believed to have a viral cause, has caused very few deaths (~3-4% of all cases) as of March 19, 2003. For the latest information on this illness, visit the

157. IOL : Airlines Go On Alert Over Mystery Pneumonia
Flight crews are told to screen out sick passengers. Independent Online

158. Mystery Pneumonia Toll May Be Much Higher
Published on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 by UPI. Mystery pneumonia Toll May Be Much Higher. They basically labeled it as a type of pneumonia. .
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E-Mail This Article Published on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 by UPI Mystery Pneumonia Toll May Be Much Higher by Mark Benjamin WASHINGTON Mysterious pneumonia-like illnesses and breathing problems appear to be striking U.S. troops in greater numbers than the military has identified in an investigation including more deaths, according to soldiers and their families. Some of the soldiers were deployed to Iraq and died but are not part of the Pentagon's investigation. Others who got ill told United Press International they suffered a pneumonia-like illness after being given vaccines, particularly the anthrax shot.
FORT MEADE, Md., Sept. 16 Soldiers from the 323rd Military Intelligence Battalion walk past the helmet and rifle of Staff Sergeant Richard Eaton Jr. during a memorial ceremony in his honor in Fort Meade, Md., on September 13, 2003. Eaton died in Iraq on August 12, 2003, with fluid in his lungs. MANNY CENETA/UPI
The Pentagon said it is committed to the health of military personnel and that some dead or ill soldiers do not meet criteria for the investigation. Pentagon health officials said a statistical analysis essentially has ruled out vaccines and that the role of smoking has emerged as a leading factor instead.

159. Health Screening Registry: Health Screening & Cancer Prevention
Disease prevention site aimed at preventing advanced malignancies(breast cancer, colorectal cancer and cervical cancer), complications of hypertension and hypercholesterolemia (heart disease, kidney disease and stroke) and immunizable infectious disease (pneumococcal pneumonia, influenza and tetanus).
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is a comprehensive health screening and cancer prevention program focused on preventing advanced breast cancer, colon cancer, rectal cancer and cervical cancer by advocating early detection using evidence-based cancer screening guidelines. The Health Screening Registry also aims to avoid the complications of high blood pressure (hypertension), high blood cholesterol (hypercholesterolemia) and obesity by applying disease prevention and health screening principles to persons at risk for these conditions. To complete its disease prevention program, the Health Screening Registry provides for adult immunization for infectious diseases like pneumococcal pneumonia, influenza, and tetanus, in accordance with the WHO immunization and vaccination guidelines. Please click here to learn more about screening and the Health Screening Registry.
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160. HIV & AIDS - Pneumonia - PCP - Pneumocystis Carinii Pneumonia
VIRUSMYTH HOMEPAGE. INDEX. pneumonia Pneumocystis Carinii pneumonia. Heinrich Kremer, Acquired Iatrogenic Death Syndrome . See also
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