Pneumonia is an infection or inflammation that affects the bronchial tubes and one or both lungs that can be caused by any bacterium or virus, or pneumococcus. Pneumococcus is a common bacterial cause of ear infections, pneumonia, sepsis, and meningitis.
The symptoms are : high fever and shaking chills, pain in the chest – that is often made worse by taking a deep breath or coughing, difficulty in breathing and cough.
Ear infections can occur in the middle ear or the ear canal. Occurs more in children and often painful.
Sepsis usually caused by a bacterial infection immune system that can begin anywhere in the body.
Meningitis is bacterial illness that causes inflammation in the tissues that surround the spinal cord and brain. It may follow an infection ear or sinus infection, or viral illness, such as a cold chickenpox, measles or the stomach flu.
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