Related to Broncho-pneumonia: bronchitis


n.1.(Med.) Inflammation of the bronchi and lungs; catarrhal pneumonia.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A post mortem report gave the cause of death was broncho-pneumonia, rib fractures and road traffic accident.
Little Ana is receiving oxygen as she has a viral broncho-pneumonia, which causes inflammation of the lungs and...
Two doctors examined Mrs Guy's body but no post-mortem examination was carried out and a death certificate was issued listing her causes of death as broncho-pneumonia, septicaemia and hypertensive heart disease.
Case types were defined as follows: "Pure pneumonic cases were those in which no buboes could be found, but in which there was definite broncho-pneumonia. The mixed cases were those in which there was definite broncho-pneumonia, as well as buboes, and the B.
Other common causes of hospital admission were broncho-pneumonia 587 (5.32%), jaundice neonatorum 527 (4.78%) and congenital heart diseases 356 (3.23%) (table-II).
Senior coroner for Sefton, Knowsley and St Helens, Christopher Sumner, ruled the cause of death was natural and due to corpulmonale (a failure of his heart) contributed to by broncho-pneumonia and severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
1 Bilateral basal pneumonia Reactive airway disease 2 No reported Reactive airway findings disease 3 Bilateral patchy No infiltrates in the bases 4 Broncho-pneumonia Intrauterine growth restriction Unspecified musculoskeletal disorder Source: Prepared by the authors based on the study results.
He was quickly diagnosed with broncho-pneumonia and succumbed to it three days later, on New Year's Eve, 1918.
Usually the patients had either broncho-pneumonia or lobar consolidation.
What we do know is that Benjamin died of broncho-pneumonia in Woolwich and at that time his address was listed at Lidget Street in Lindley.