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- Sep 13, '03 by NeoThaks.."passing thru"
Yes, i can get the answer from the Dr, but the Dr from the Rad dep, was the one that wanted me to find the answe and the resource.
Well i got it and thanks for taking the time to write.
- Sep 13, '03 by NeoThere I go again with the spelling issues!!!
The truth is that I don’t look at my keys when am typing so I usually “FAT finger” my text.
I apologize to whom ever have to read my typos, but if you can understand what am trying to come across; then it would be easy to overlook my typos..
Thanks again ..."passing thru."
- Oct 4, '03 by PneomothoraxHi,
This might be of interrest?
I am a 26 year old man that have had pnemothorax for six times now.
During a two year period five years ago i experienced spontaneous pnemothorax five times.
Just a week ago I got hit by this spontanaeos phemothorax again. Quite sad.
Apart from this I am very healthy. 77 kg / 188 cm. Training a few times a week. Non smoker. Eating quite healthy food etc.
I would be happy to answer any of your questions if I can. And of course I would be very happy if some of you could give any hint about what I should do to avoid this pnemothorax thing...
The pnemothorax patient
- Oct 4, '03 by Neopnemothorax patient
Thanks for writing.
Hope this help.
Pneumothorax, the presence of air in the pleural cavity, results in a partial or complete collapse of the lung. It commonly results from rapture of the subpleural bulla, either as a complication or emphysema or as a spontaneous event in an otherwise healthy young adult, as your self.
Also it may be a complication of neonatal hyaline membrane disease and require prolonged assisted ventilation.
I wish I could help you in more detail but honestly I have to have your current history and also I don’t have my M.D, license yet.
Here visit this web site and it will go in greater detail about spontaneous phemo.
Thanks for writing.
- Mar 13, '11 by Diana GishGoogle this spelling for more: pneumothorax.Last edit by Diana Gish on Mar 13, '11
- Jun 15, '11 by CAVER RNrecurrent pneumothoraxes may require intervention. Additionally, assisted ventilation has been trialed (read: CPAP), but I was unable to locate any definite study results.