The child had a fever of 39 for two days and went to the hospital for a checkup.The doctor admitted the child to the hospital and said it was pneumonia, so he had a CT done and was admitted.On the 5th day of hospitalization, the doctor ordered another CT, saying that there was still inflammation, and asked for a bronchoscopy.Is it still necessary to do bronchoscopy?Or should I continue with the injection treatment.
According to the current examination, the diagnosis of lung infection is clear. If the current treatment is effective, you can continue and review again, and if the lung inflammation is completely absorbed, you can observe temporarily.
If the lung inflammation is recurrent and incompletely absorbed, further bronchoscopy is needed.For now, you need to drink more water, urinate more often and eat a light diet.
Generally speaking, the diagnosis is clear for the current situation, this time you can consider the use of some anti-infective drugs for treatment, generally speaking, it is recommended to treat 10 to 14 days, pay attention to observe the child's temperature and respiratory symptoms changes, the current situation can continue to treat first to see, and then consider whether to further examination.
Hello, baby fever is a clinical symptom of fever caused by a variety of reasons, such as bacterial infection, viral infection, mycoplasma infection, temperature over 38 degrees 5, with antipyretic drugs, inflammation of both lungs should be treated with antibiotics in a timely manner.A bronchoscopy can be done.