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Bronchopneumonia in children / sputum in lungs

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My baby is 1 year old and 8 months old. He was diagnosed with bronchopneumonia more than a week ago. His clinical experience is fever of 37.7-38.5 degrees and cough; Film examination showed a little infection in the lower left of the lung; A Mycoplasma was detected (about the critical value). After injection of azithromycin and atomization, the rale was improved. The body temperature was controlled between 36.8-37.3, low in the daytime and high at night; The results of blood review are also normal. The doctor said that there is still sputum in the lungs. It is recommended to have bronchoscopy. I am worried that my baby will suffer too much, but I hope my baby will recover early. Is there any other prescription or method to discharge the sputum early? thank you!

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