Cough with green colour sputum, scanty amount for >2 weeks, no fever/weight loss. Cause & t/t ?

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green phlegm it’s usually a sign that your body is fighting an infection. The color comes from white blood cells. At first, you may notice yellow phlegm that then progresses into green phlegm. The change occurs with the severity and length of the potential sickness. Green or yellow phlegm is commonly caused by: Bronchitis: This usually starts off with a dry cough and eventually some clear or white phlegm. Over time, you may start coughing up yellow and green phlegm. This is a sign that the illness may be progressing from viral to bacterial. Coughing can last up to 90 days. Pneumonia: This is typically a complication of another respiratory issue. With pneumonia, you may cough up phlegm that is yellow, green, or sometimes bloody. Your symptoms will vary based on the type of pneumonia you have. Cough, fever, chills, and shortness of breath are common symptoms with all types of pneumonia. Sinusitis: This is also known as a sinus infection. A virus, allergies, or even bacteria can cause this condition. When it is caused by bacteria, you may notice yellow or green phlegm, nasal congestion, postnasal drip, and pressure in your sinus cavities. Cystic fibrosis: This is a chronic lung disease where mucus builds up in the lungs. This disease often affects children and young adults. It can cause a variety of phlegm colors from yellow to green to brown.

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Shows bronchitis with bacterial infection Needs antibiotics

Get sputum AFB culture.. X Ray Chest. CRP/ ESR/ CBC. Thyroid profile.. ? Pulmonary Koch's lesion

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Bronchitis Bronchiectasis Tuberculosis Sputum culture suggested

Pseudomonas infection,give inj piperacillin tazo

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? PULMONARY KOCH'S.. ? BRONCHITIS..LRTI ..

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? Tubercular ?? Broncheactasis ??? Allergic Bronchitis

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Pneumonitis. Bronchitis. PTB. Cxr study. Sputum study. C and S examination.

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