Monday, June 22, 2020

Coughing out green phlegm, is it almost ready?

Coughing green sputum is not a good sign of disease, it often indicates a Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection. Pseudomonas aeruginosa can produce green secretions during reproduction, so the patient's sputum appears green.

Normal people occasionally have a small amount of white sputum or off-white sticky sputum. If people suffering from certain diseases have coughing green sputum, accompanied by coughing, chest tightness, shortness of breath, or even gradually rising body temperature, this situation not only does not mean that the disease is improving, but it also indicates that the condition is getting worse, such as bronchitis patients getting worse Later, it may develop into pneumonia and lung abscess. Moreover, Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a strain that is more prone to drug resistance. If patients have this kind of sputum, they need to do sputum culture and drug susceptibility tests in time to clarify their sensitive antibiotics, choose appropriate antibiotic treatment, and give bronchodilators , Phlegm and other comprehensive treatment.

During the illness, it is recommended that patients exercise appropriately, keep warm and avoid cold, and ensure a good sleep and a balanced diet structure to enhance physical fitness and improve cardiopulmonary function.

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