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AcronymDefinition
PNAPalestinian National Authority
PNAPhoneline Networking Alliance
PNAPeptide Nucleic Acid
PNAPneumonia
PNAPersonal Navigation Assistant
PNAPituitary Network Association
PNAPacific/North American
PNAPolish National Alliance (established 1880 in Chicago, Illinois)
PNAPrefectura Naval Argentina (Argentina Coast Guard)
PNAPersonal Needs Allowance
PNAPrevention Needs Assessment
PNAPolynuclear Aromatics
PNAProfessional National Accountant
PNAParque Natural da Arrábida (Portugal)
PNAPennsylvania Nurses Association
PNAPerformance Network Analyzer (Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
PNAPamplona, Spain - Pamplona - Noain (Airport Code)
PNAPrinciples of Naval Architecture (Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers reference)
PNAProgressive Neuronal Abiotrophy (nerve disorder in dogs)
PNAPhilippine Nurses Association Inc.
PNAPartial Nail Avulsion (ingrown toenail treatment)
PNAPlan National d'Allocation (French: National Allocation Plan; Kyoto Protocol)
PNAPacto de No Agresión (Spanish)
PNAPassed but Not Advanced
PNAPages Needing Attention (Wikipedia)
PNAPeptide Nucleic Acid Oligomer (biochemistry)
PNAParaffins, Naphthenes, and Aromatics
PNAPlanul National de Actiune (Romania)
PNAPensamiento Numérico y Algebráico (Spanish)
PNAPrivate Non-Custodial Agency (children's services)
PNAPhase Noise Analysis
PNAPlanned Not Authorized
PNAPrincipal Naval Architect
PNAPhone Number Administration
PNAParchetul Naþional Anticorupþie (Romania)
PNAPartial Net Area (United States Coast Guard)
PNAPost Nasal Aspirate
PNAPublic News Article
PNAPersistent Nerve Agent
PNAPrinciple of Non-Aggression
PNAPre-Negotiation Agreement (contract)
PNAParties to the Nauru Agreement (fishing industry; various nations)
PNAPsychiatric Nursing Association of Ireland (UK)
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This expanded use is based on positive results from a pivotal Phase three study assessing the efficacy and safety of Avycaz for the treatment of adult patients with hospital-acquired bacterial pneumonia and ventilator-associated bacterial pneumonia.
Streptococcus pneumonia in the blood invaded the heart and formed lesions in the myocardium, the muscular middle layer of the heart wall, the researchers showed.
The relationship of air pollution to the severity of pneumonia was particularly striking, says co-author Robert Paine, M.
Unfortunately, pneumonia, an infection of the lungs, is common in children and it may have become severe by the time it is spotted.
On the other hand patients suffering from pneumonia have crossed 500 in all Allied Hospitals.
Pakistan one in every fifth child death is from pneumonia, she added.
Several factors predispose stroke patients to develop pneumonia such as prolonged immobility, aspiration due to depressed level of consciousness, dysphagia, and bulbar symptoms.
In addition, access to tobacco cessation programs (5), decreased exposure to secondhand smoke (5) and reduction in indoor air pollution from biomass smoke in developing countries (6) are important pneumonia prevention strategies that can save lives.
Patient with infectious pneumonia often has a productive cough, fever accompanied by shaking chills, shortness of breath, sharp or stabbing chest pain during deep breaths, and an increased rate of breathing.
A person may be more likely to get pneumonia after having a cold or the flu.
Conclusion: It is concluded from this study that considering/ evaluating x-ray chest findings in children according to IMNCI guidelines was a better approach for diagnosing pneumonia.
Older Adults Expecially Vulnerable Your body has a self-defense mechanism designed to repel the bacteria that can cause pneumonia.