It is the infection in one or two lobes of the lung. This causes the air sacs of the alveoli to fill with fluid or pus.
The symptoms of pneumonia are usually dry cough, rib pain and dyspnea and, on frequent occasions, are accompanied by fever.
Respiratory physiotherapy can help both in the acute phase and in the final phase of pneumonia with different respiratory and drainage techniques specific to the pleura and lung lobes. As well as improve respiratory capacity, ventilatory pattern.
It is a disease where physiotherapy can help to improve, cure and avoid sequels and relapses.
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