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Going Down The Wrong Pipe

When food, drink, or stomach contents make their way into your lungs, they can damage the tissues there. The damage can sometimes be severe. Aspiration also increases your risk of pneumonia. This is an infection of the lungs that causes fluid to build up in the lungs.

Chronic pulmonary aspiration (CPA) represents the repeated passage of food material, gastric refluxate, and/or saliva into the subglottic airways in a manner sufficient to cause chronic or recurrent respiratory symptoms.

How is chronic aspiration treated?

Aspiration increases your risk for aspiration pneumonia. This is a condition where pneumonia develops after you’ve inhaled bacteria (through food, drink, saliva, or vomit) into your lungs. Too much liquid in your lungs can also result in a pulmonary edema, which puts a strain on your lungs.

In most cases, you will not know you have developed pneumonia or pulmonary edema until you experience other symptoms such as difficulty breathing, coughing with mucus, and more.

Anyone exhibiting these symptoms should contact their doctor. Let them know if you have recently inhaled any food or liquids. It’s especially critical that children under 2 years of age or adults over the age of 65 get medical attention and a quick diagnosis.

Usually, the first step in the medical management of chronic aspiration is the treatment of bronchopulmonary complications (eg, pneumonia). This treatment may entail antibiotic therapy that covers anaerobic and pseudomonal species and intubation for ventilatory support and intensive care.

Aspiration, suction (medicine) to remove liquid or gas/dust

Aspiration, the inhalation of fluid while drinking, a common symptom of dysphagia.

Aspiration pneumonia, a lung infection caused by pulmonary aspiration

Pulmonary aspiration, the entry of secretions or foreign material into the trachea and lungs

Pulmonary aspiration is the entry of material such as pharyngeal secretions, food or drink, or stomach contents from the oropharynx or gastrointestinal tract, into the larynx (voice box) and lower respiratory tract, the portions of the respiratory system from the trachea (windpipe) to the lungs. A person may inhale the material, or it may be delivered into the tracheobronchial tree during positive pressure ventilation. When pulmonary aspiration occurs during eating and drinking, the aspirated material is often colloquially referred to as “going down the wrong pipe.”

Consequences of pulmonary aspiration range from no injury at all, to chemical pneumonitis or pneumonia, to death within minutes from asphyxiation. These consequences depend on the volume, chemical composition, particle size, and presence of infectious agents in the aspirated material, and on the underlying health status of the person.

In healthy people, aspiration of small quantities of material is common and rarely results in disease or injury. People with significant underlying disease or injury are at greater risk for developing respiratory complications following pulmonary aspiration, especially hospitalized patients, because of certain factors such as depressed level of consciousness and impaired airway defenses (gag reflex and respiratory tract antimicrobial defense system). The lumen of the right main bronchus is more vertical and slightly wider than that of the left, so aspirated material is more likely to end up in this bronchus or one of its subsequent bifurcations.

About 3.6 million cases of pulmonary aspiration or foreign body in the airway occurred in 2013.

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How To Breathe If You Have A Respiratory Infection Like COVID-19. Allergist Jonathan Bayuk, MD, ACAAI member, discusses the importance of deep breathing and getting up and moving if you have a respiratory infection like COVID-19.
Yep, grew up with Histoplasmosis of the lungs. Every breath was a struggle, for years. My parents taught me to calmly, deliberately breathe deep. Breathe in 4 counts, hold 2 counts, out 8 counts. Keep moving, open your chest cavity, be calm, be deliberate. You can do this. Stay safe. You matter, you really do. ~ Chinookvalley
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If you would like to send more follow this link. ⇒ GoFundMe

A mother is crying out for her son and his family. Please, family, don’t ignore it.

My son, daughter-in-law, & granddaughter were hit when someone ran a red light, as they were leaving the college my granddaughter will be attending this fall.
Their vehicle is a total loss, but this is nothing compared to their injuries! They need help to financially sustain their monthly bills until they are able to return to work. To estimate the cost of medical bills is impossible.
I’m am asking for help with food, utilities, & mortgage. Please keep them in your prayers they are facing a long road! ~ Antoinette Day

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