Pyelonephritis is a kidney infection. It causes one and both kidneys are swell .
Pyelonephritis can be life-threatening. It can be infected by bacteria or virus.
The main function of kidney remove waste and take extra water from blood.
Kidney is a part of urinary system, which makes liquid waste (Urine) and remove it from your body. Kidney filter the blood and make urine.
Ureters carry urine from kidney or through the bladder. Bladder hold the urine before the micturition.
Urethra carries urine from your bladder to outside your body. Bacteria entered through urethra begin the multiplying and spread up to the bladder and travel by ureter and they reach kidney or infected the kidney.
Symptoms are showing aproximetly within two days of infection. • Nausea • Vomiting • Vomiting • Fatigue • Fever • Fishy smelling urine • Frequent urination • Pus and blood in the urine • Burning and painful urination
• Kidney damage • Severe infection • Septicaemia • Problem in pregnancy
E. Coli a most common bacteria which is responsible for this. And other bacteria and virus can cause urinary infection. This is rare that the bacteria enter skin and travel in the blood and reach the kidney.
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Emphysema is a lungs disease.it is develops after many years of continue smoking. Emphysema and chronic bronchitis are relate to a group of lung disease that known as COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).
Emphysema is a condition which is damage the walls of the air sacs (alveoli) of the lung. Alveoli are small, thin-walled air sacs. This is located in the end of the bronchial tubes deep inside the lungs.
A normal lungs is consist of about 300 million alveoli. when you are take a breath in the air and alveoli stretch drawing oxygen in and transporting it to the blood. When you exhale, the alveoli shrink, and carbon dioxide out of the body.
The alveoli and lung tissue are destroyed when the emphysema is develops .The tubes collapse and cause an Obstruction that trap air inside the lungs sometimes are fewer alveoli, less oxygen will be transport into the bloodstream.
Any types of smoke such as cigarette, cigar is a major cause of emphysema. if you are inhel this types smoke, and you will suffer chronic diseases.
●Shortness of breath during physical activity. • Coughing and wheezing. • Long term mucus production. • Fatigue
• Pulmonary Rehabilitation • Surgery and lung transplant • Oxygen therapy
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