Traducción de pneumonia en Español:


pulmonía, n.

Pronunciación /njuːˈməʊnɪə//n(j)uˈmoʊnjə/


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    pulmonía femenino
    neumonía femenino
    • After initial improvement she developed pneumonia and died 17 days after admission.
    • There are immunisations for several of the infections that can cause pneumonia.
    • It is quite possible that she would have died had she developed an infection such as pneumonia.
    • Doctors originally concluded she died from pneumonia and heart disease.
    • His family was informed he was suffering from pneumonia caused by fluid in his lungs.
    • Smoking cessation also reduces the risk of death after a stroke and of death from pneumonia and influenza.
    • The Doctors said I had whooping cough and pneumonia and that I would have to stay in hospital for the next few months.
    • He then fell ill with pneumonia and died after a lung collapsed and he suffered kidney failure.
    • The bacteria, which can cause a serious form of pneumonia were found after a routine inspection.
    • I heard a few weeks ago that Claire had pneumonia and was in hospital.
    • But he died after contracting a chest infection which turned into pneumonia.
    • Avian influenza begins as a respiratory infection and can develop into pneumonia that is often fatal.
    • He had been suffering from throat cancer and had recently been battling pneumonia.
    • Zinc supplementation reduces the incidence of diarrhoea and pneumonia and improves growth.
    • The most common type of pneumonia is bronchopneumonia, which affects the bronchioles.
    • The cold developed into pneumonia, which turned out to be a symptom of leukaemia.
    • The commonest infection is a type of pneumonia, a serious lung infection.
    • The symptoms of bird flu in people vary from typical flu symptoms to eye infections and pneumonia.
    • Pregnant women who get chickenpox or shingles have a higher than normal risk of developing pneumonia.
    • Secondary infections such as pneumonia are the main causes of death from malnutrition.