Best Ways to Prevent aspiration pneumonia


Avoiding Unncessary Medical Attention

Aspiration pneumonia is a chronic breathing disorder that is particularly common among older people. It usually occurs after some sort of surgery or after a sudden trauma. While medical help is advised during most breathing issues, it's not in aspiration pneumonia. The best practice is to avoid medical remedies until absolutely necessary. The medicine you're consuming should never affect the flow of swallowing or saliva. Moreover, tube-feeding should be avoided. Hand-feeding is a much better and safer alternative.

Written by Dan Taylor
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