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Pneumonia, infection in the lung, can also result from aspiration during surgery. Lung abscess, an infection in the lung characterized by a collection of pus in the lung, may also occur. Aspiration pneumonia causes cough, chest pain, fever, fatigue, shortness of breath and wheezing. Skin may have a bluish tinge from lack of oxygen known as ...

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Causes. Aspiration pneumonia is often caused by a defective swallowing mechanism, such as a neurological disease or as the result of an injury that directly impairs swallowing or interferes with consciousness. Impaired consciousness can be intentional, such as the use of general anesthesia for surgery.

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What is aspiration pneumonia? Aspiration pneumonia is a lung infection that develops after you aspirate (inhale) food, liquid, or vomit into your lungs. You can also aspirate food or liquid from your stomach that backs up into your esophagus.

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Pneumonia is a breathing condition in which there is swelling or an infection of the lungs or large airways. Aspiration pneumonia occurs when food, saliva, liquids, or vomit is breathed into the lungs or airways leading to the lungs, instead of being swallowed into the esophagus and stomach.

www.healthline.com/health/aspiration-pneumonia

Aspiration pneumonia is a complication of pulmonary aspiration. Pulmonary aspiration is when you inhale food, stomach acid, or saliva into your lungs. You can also aspirate food that travels back ...

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Aspiration pneumonia after a dog’s tie-back surgery is a dog owner’s worst nightmare. Among the possible types of complications associated with this surgery, pneumonia is the most feared and the one dog owners mostly hope to avoid.

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Pneumonia is a breathing condition in which there is swelling or an infection of the lungs or large airways. Aspiration pneumonia occurs when food, saliva, liquids, or vomit is breathed into the lungs or airways leading to the lungs, instead of being swallowed into the esophagus and stomach.

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Aspiration pneumonia is typically a life-threatening emergency that warrants an immediate trip to your veterinarian or emergency veterinarian. What could cause my dog to have aspiration pneumonia? Dogs that develop aspiration pneumonia typically have a history of 1,2: Recent anesthesia or sedation; Vomiting

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4120048

Recurrent aspiration pneumonia is an unusual and less commonly reported complication of LAGB. An observational study of 749 patients by Parikh et al. reported a 0.8% incidence of aspiration pneumonia . However, a recent retrospective cohort study by Avriel et al., looked at major respiratory adverse events after LAGB . In their study of 2,100 ...

www.openanesthesia.org/pulmonary_aspiration_treatment

Aspiration that has resulted in pneumonia, lung abscess, or empyema caused by oropharyngeal anaerobic bacteria has usually been treated, at least initially, with penicillin. However, in a critically ill patient with this syndrome, therapy should usually begin with penicillin 2 million U IV every 4 hours and metronidazole 750 mg IV every 6 hours ...