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While measles is not particularly fatal, children could still die from complications brought by the disease such as bronchopneumonia.
A YOUNG man died after suffering bronchopneumonia while he was being treated in hospital for a skull fracture after he was allegedly run down by a car and attacked as he lay in the road.
Instead a pathologist's report, conducted by Dr Margaret Sanders and Dr Jason Shannon, concluded Mr Tarr died from multi-organ failure caused by bronchopneumonia and consolidation.
Instead a pathologist's report, conducted by Dr Margaret Sanders and Dr Jason Shannon, concluded Mr Tarr died from multiorgan failure caused by bronchopneumonia and consolidation.
20] The most common clinical conditions were bronchopneumonia, malaria, fever, sepsis and acute gastroenteritis.
Home Office pathologist Dr Brian Rodgers said the cause of death was cor pulmonale, a form of heart failure, secondary to bronchopneumonia and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or lung disease.
A 'SILENT KILLER' BRONCHIAL pneumonia - also known as bronchopneumonia - is a category of lung infections.
An inquest was recently held into Mr Bill's death where it was revealed he died from bronchopneumonia exacerbated by substance abuse.
Neuro-pathologist Dr Brian Herron gave the cause of death as bronchopneumonia due to ischaemic brain injury as a result of the failed suicide bid.
The possible cause was bronchopneumonia, the party said adding that they were outraged as no one had paid attention to their warnings.
Still 10 pounds over his ideal weight and terribly weakened by a bout with bronchopneumonia, the 6-foot-3 swingman's handler informed the Gilas coaching staff recently that he would not be fit enough to join the team in its ongoing training camp in Europe.
1,2) H1N1 bronchopneumonia carries a higher mortality (41%), which is similar to the mortality of acute respiratory distress syndrome caused by other virus.