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Objectives: Describethe clinical characteristics, types oflesionsonchest CT SCANandtreatment outcomesl lobar pneumoniaChildren
Materials:. The study conducted with 123 patients with lobar pneumonia in …..
Method: Cross section.
Results: fever accounted for 98.6%, followed by coughs with 93.8%. These are the two most common symptoms and are signs that a family should be taken to hospital. Patients with CRP from 6-30 mg / L accounted for 76.6% and patients with CRP above 30 mg / L accounted for 9.5%. Pancreatic almost see Strep bacteria. Pneumoniae 51.0%, Strep Viridans bacteria 34.0%. On CT SCAN there are more injuries than on X-rays. Cloudiness was recorded in 80.5% of 99 patients. On CT SCAN there are more injuries than on X-rays. Cloudiness was recorded in 80.5% of 99 patients.
- 100% recovered, only 6 cases treated> 20 days accounted for 5.2%