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!
According to the situation you described, if the child is determined to be bronchopneumonia, with more sputum in the lungs and repeated fever, I suggest that it is best to do bronchoscopy, then use bronchoscope to do the relationship between the lungs and wash the sputum out, which is conducive to the recovery of the child's condition.
If there is sputum in children with bronchitis and pneumonia, atomization treatment can be carried out, which can help dilute the sputum and help the discharge of sputum. You can also take ambroxol hydrochloride oral liquid orally, drink more warm boiled water appropriately every day, and pat your back appropriately.
The baby has cough and expectoration, and the symptoms are relieved after drug treatment. In this case, you can continue to use some expectorant drugs for treatment. If it does not alleviate continuously, you can consider applying bronchoscopy for examination and follow the guidance of offline doctors