Pneumonia - A Brief Overview, as the Layman speaks...
Pneumonia has various forms, but as an inflammatory illness of the lungs, it can be life threatening - as it strongly affects the ability of the body to absorb oxygen from air taken in. With an infection resulting in pneumonia, the 'sacs' that are responsible for collecting the oxygen needed by the body become filled with fluid, thereby inhibiting the ability to collect enough oxygen to support the body. If the body is deprived of oxygen to great enough extent, for long enough, then the inevitable result would be death.
Pneumonia, as with most other respiratory illness, is the likely result of an infection - from the various pathogen types: bacteria, fungi, viruses, or even parasites.
Symptoms for this condition could include congestion, coughing, elevated fever, difficulty breathing, sudden loss of energy, or even chest pain. Shaking or chills may often be an additional indication, as well as sweaty or clammy skin; and, blueness of the skin would indicate a sharp loss of oxygen.
Diagnosis would often involve X-ray, and maybe inspection of mucus or phlegm expelled from lungs or air passages.
Pneumonia is a serious issue where the underlying infection must be dealt with and eliminated before wellness can be achieved. Most doctors recommend the administration of antibiotics and possibly medicated respiratory therapy. However some Bacterial and often the Viral infections may be antibiotic resistant and show no improvement. This is common with infections like psuedomonas.
We believe NZYMES Ox-E-Drops can be a highly important consideration during these times.
Instructions for Pneumonia
Add the drops to the diet, initially 3 times per day; revert to 2 times per day a week or two after wellness is achieved. To do this, add 1 drop per 20 lbs of body weight (2 drop minimum) to a teaspoon of water, then add this water to the pet's food, or deliver directly to the mouth by eyedropper or syringe.
DELIVERING TO THE RESPIRATORY PASSAGES
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